The LGBT Health & Development Program

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Youth Blog— Being an Ally to the Transgender Community

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13th March

Understanding gender identity, transgender youth, and how to become an ally.

Special Section on Sexual Health in Gay and Bisexual Male Couples Published in Archives of Sexual Behavior

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6th February

Findings answer new questions and challenge traditional research on male couples. Co-edited by Dr. Mustanski with contributions from IMPACT.

Research Blog > Support Matters in Coming Out

27th August

Researchers wondered if parental support upon coming out had any association with LGB health. What did they find? Support matters.

Youth Blog > Queer Music Artists

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27th June

Creating queer spaces – physical and digital – for expression and community

Youth Blog> A Transgender Journey: Beginnings

22nd May

What do you do when you first realize you might be transgender?

A Disproportionate Number of Homeless LGBT Youth

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29th October

About 5 percent of the total population identifies as LGBT, yet about 40 percent of the homeless population identifies as LGBT. We ask: Why?

October 11th is National Coming Out Day!

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10th October

Coming out is different for everyone. Sometimes it’s intentional. Sometimes it’s an accident.

Who Are Your Favorite LGBT Couples?

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3rd September

The IMPACT Program has been asking young LGBT couples, “Who are your role models for having a healthy relationship?”

A Snapshot of LGBT Youth in Chicago

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11th July

At Pride Weekend 2012 we unveiled some of our findings about LGBT Youth in Chicago. Learn more, and download the colorful pdf here!

Author of Controversial Study on Therapy to Change Sexual Orientation Apologizes to the Gay Community

Posted by Dr. Mustanski in Researchers. No Comments

11th May

In the letter, Dr. Spitzer writes, “I believe I owe the gay community an apology for my study making unproven claims of the efficacy of reparative therapy.”

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