The LGBT Health & Development Program

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A Snapshot of LGBT Youth in Chicago

Posted by Antonia in Research Blog, Youth Blog. No Comments

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!



WBEZ Reports: LGBT teen suicide risks & preventative measures

Posted by Farrin in Allies, Research Blog, Youth Blog. No Comments

21st February

Listen to the WBEZ report on IMPACT’s latest publication concerning LGBT youth suicide risks and preventative measures.



Celebrate National Condom Week!

16th February

The IMPACT Program wants you to know 7 Stats about Condoms & Couples.



Video: Suicidal Ideation and Self-Harm in Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Youth

14th February

WHAT SHIELDS GAY YOUTH FROM SUICIDE?
Love from family and friends offer most protection, while bullying causes highest risk.



Moderators of the relationship between internalized homophobia and risky sexual behavior in men who have sex with men: a meta-analysis.

17th November

Research on internalized homophobia (IH) has consistently linked it to both mental and physical health outcomes, while research on its relationships with other variables has been inconsistent.



Getting wired: Exploiting the internet for the collection of valid sexuality data

3rd February

This article looks at the benefits, risks, and future of sex research over the Internet.






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