The LGBT Health & Development Program

Tag: discrimination


Research Blog – Out in the Country: Experiences of Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Mothers

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27th August

Rural LGB mothers experience challenges in family planning and parental rights, but show resilience in the face of minority stress.



Research Blog—Victimization Linked to Poor School Outcomes in Sexual Minority Youth

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21st July

A new study in the American Journal of Public Health shows that LGB youth report worse school outcomes, likely due to victimization.



Sexual-Orientation Disparities in School: The Mediational Role of Indicators of Victimization in Achievement and Truancy Because of Feeling Unsafe

21st July

Study indicates needs for early intervention targeting school victimization.



Youth Blog – Title IX and LGBTQ Students

3rd July

You may have heard a lot of talk lately about something called “Title IX” and gender. But what does it all mean? Find out!



Youth Blog – Intersectionality 101

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10th June

Our experiences are shaped by multiple parts of ourselves, and it’s not always easy to say what is the most important.



Youth Blog – Pronouns & Privilege: A Change of Perspective

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18th December

What would the world be like if we got to know people the way they see themselves?



Transgender Day of Remembrance 2013

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19th November

This day is a time to grieve, learn, and reach out, as we honor those who lost their lives for daring to live their truth.



Youth Blog > Revisiting the Lifetime Blood Donation Ban for MSM

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23rd August

Find out what doctors and politicians recommend to stop discrimination against MSM and keep blood donations safe.



Research Blog > Are Violent Hate Crimes Against LGBT People on the Rise?

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13th June

Examining the data to see if anti-LGBT hate crimes are on the rise.



Research Blog > That’s So Gay: Unintentional Messages Still Hurt

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3rd May

Language is a power tool that can be used to harm or insult others. Hidden, negative messages, known as microaggressions, can leave a mark.






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