Rural LGB mothers experience challenges in family planning and parental rights, but show resilience in the face of minority stress.
When you think of groups at risk for HIV, queer women don’t always come to mind. They can, however, be at risk.
Exploring Alcohol-Use Behaviors Among Heterosexual and Sexual Minority Adolescents: Intersections With Sex, Age, and Race/Ethnicity
Alcohol use disparities among youths examining potential differences moderated by sex, age, or race/ethnicity.
Complex representations of gender expressions and identities are often overlooked but are important to understanding minority stress.
Elevated levels of developmental stress linked to shifts in sexual orientation, but not connected to sex-atypical prenatal hormones.
Bisexual women may be at increased risk for sexual assaults over their life spans, especially when problematic drinking behaviors occur.
The IMPACT Program has been asking young LGBT couples, “Who are your role models for having a healthy relationship?”
Dr. Chivers defines sexual fluidity as the tendency of bisexual or lesbian women to shift their sexual identity. However, while they may shift their identity Dr. Chivers does not think that the underlying sexual attraction is altered.
New national census data provides surprising statistics about same-sex households in the United States, including who and where they are.
QUEERING the SEXLAB: or: How studying queer women has revealed that straight women are the biggest mystery of all.