Olly Alexander explores the mental health issues faced by members of the LGBT+ community. In this eye-opening film, young pop culture icon Olly Alexander explores why the gay community is more vulnerable to mental health issues, as he opens up about his own long-term battles with depression.
Mar 6, 2019.
Recent figures show that more than 40% of LGBT+ people will experience a significant mental health problem, compared to around 25% of the.
Olly Alexander is out and proud, not only about his sexuality, but also about the mental health issues that growing up gay in a heteronormative world have caused him. When BBC asked him to do a documentary on the topic, he didn't hesitate and below you see the beautiful result of that.
Jul 1, 2019.
Olly Alexander from Years & Years opens up about how he felt growing up queer.
Documentary in which Years and Years frontman Olly Alexander explores the mental health issues faced by members of the LGBT+ community. Show more.
Olly Alexander explores why the LGBTQ+ community is vulnerable to mental health issues. I personally have yet to meet an LGBT person that hasn't. been unscathed by growing up IBT. I just I mean I have it. I want to understand why and what impact growing up gay has had on me.
Jul 18, 2017.
Why everyone – LGBT or not – should watch Olly Alexander: Growing up Gay. BBC3's new documentary from the Years and Years frontman.
BBC3's new documentary from the Years and Years frontman shows how we can all help combat the LGBT mental health crisis.
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Olly Alexander says people such as Piers Morgan do not realise the effect they are having when they speak disparagingly about the LGBTQ community. The Years & Years frontman made a documentary for the BBC called Growing Up Gay, which sees him explore why the queer community is more.
Watch Olly Alexander from Years & Years talk about the songs that shaped his life in NME's 'Soundtrack Of My Life' video.
Jul 21, 2017.
In a powerful BBC3 documentary, Olly Alexander: Growing Up Gay, the 26-year- old explores why the queer community is more vulnerable to.
With Olly Alexander. The lead singer of the Years + Years explores why members of the gay community are more likely to be affected by mental illness, as he opens up about his own battles with depression.
Olly Alexander: Growing up Gay. BBC. Olly Alexander explores the mental health issues faced by members of the LGBT+ community. Contains some strong.
Click here to watch Olly Alexander: Growing Up Gay on BBC iPlayer now. The documentary will also air on BBC One later in July. Read the full interview with Olly in the new issue of Gay Times, in shops and available to download on 27 July.
Apr 9, 2020.
Olly Alexander explores why LGBT people are more likely to have mental health problems than the rest of the population. Growing Up Gay.