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Research Blog – “Gaytheists”: The Growth of the Religiously Unaffiliated

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14th January

Members of the LGBT community are more likely than the general population to identify as religiously unaffiliated.



Youth Blog – Home for the Holidays

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22nd December

LGBTQ youth may find going home for the holidays harder than usual. We give you some tips on surviving family and travel.



Impact of Religiosity on the Sexual Risk Behaviors of Young Men Who Have Sex With Men

14th October

Religious involvement and faithfulness is a potential protective factor for the acquisition of HIV among this high-risk population.



Religion’s Effect on LGB Teen Health

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28th June

The religious climate that LGB teens live in may determine whether they have health risk behaviors such as substance use and multiple sex partners.



Queer and Christian? You Have Options.

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28th February

It might be easier than you think to find an LGBTQ-affirming church near you.






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