Failure to account for these differences can lead to erroneous assumptions about the health of sexual minority individuals. Older participants were also more likely to have self-reported STIs. Sexual health in a social and cultural context: A qualitative study of young Latina lesbian, bisexual, and queer women.
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Journal of anxiety disorders20 8— Facebook Twitter Pinterest. The authors thank Kodi Arfer for his help with collecting the Internet data. International Journal of Eating Disorders50 5— It is meaningful to investigate bisexual men of color given these different community expectations and unique health concerns, such as high rates of HIV CDC,
Most popular. The Journal of Sex Research1— But, just as in the UK, the routine US National Health Interview Survey NHIS comes up with a lower figure for bisexuality than the dedicated sex surveys: it seems plausible that there is less willingness to acknowledge bisexual identity in routine surveys, whereas those who clearly identify themselves as gay or lesbian are willing to be more upfront.
ORs of regular sex-related substance use by sexual orientation, sexual attractions, and past year sexual behaviors utilizing the Internet sample are presented in Same sex attraction statistics and probability in Eaton 3. The numbers for each area turn out to be very different.
Autonomy support fosters lesbian, gay, and bisexual identity disclosure and wellness, especially for those with internalized homophobia. PloS One , 11 10 , e The inclusion criteria for the larger study was: a report of engagement in condomless anal intercourse receptive or penetrative with a male partner in the past year, being at least 18 years of age, and reporting a male or transgender female identity.
College cannabis use: The unique roles of social norms, motives, and expectancies. Perspectives on Psychological Science , 6 1 , 3—5. These findings highlight a critical area on which to focus public health efforts and also illustrate the importance of including nuanced and multidimensional assessments of sexual orientation when investigating sexual orientation-related psychosocial health disparities.