Parents play an important role in preventing and responding to bullying
New IMPACT study shows a risk of lasting mental health problems for severely victimized LGBT youths.
Research finds LGBTQ mental health improves from late adolescence to early adulthood because of decreases in victimization.
Does It Get Better? A Longitudinal Analysis of Psychological Distress and Victimization in Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Questioning Youth
Psychological distress might get better with less victimization, and early experiences of stress impact the mental health of LGBTQ youth.
Anyone, anywhere along the gender or sexuality spectrums, can be a victim of sexual assault. Here are tips on how to help survivors.
Online bullying can be as harmful as Bullying in “real life”. This blog has tips for what you can do about it!
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
Study indicates needs for early intervention targeting school victimization.
Indicators of Victimization and Sexual Orientation among Adolescents: Analyses from Youth Risk Behavior Surveys
An examination of victimization that leads to health disparities among LGBT youth using nuanced indicators of sexual minority status.
New study investigates the effects of psychosocial variables and demographic differences in smoking habits among LGBT youth.