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Approaches to Research on Intersectionality: Perspectives on Gender, LGBT, and Racial/Ethnic Identities
Intersectionality theories, or the recognition of multiple interlocking identities, defined by relative sociocultural power and privilege, constitute a vital step forward in research across multipleExpand
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LGB of Color and White Individuals’ Perceptions of Heterosexist Stigma, Internalized Homophobia, and Outness: Comparisons of Levels and Links
Conceptual discussions about LGB people of color suggest that, compared with White LGB individuals, LGB people of color may be exposed to greater levels of heterosexist stigma and its deleteriousExpand
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Navigating the borderlands: the roles of minority stressors, bicultural self-efficacy, and cognitive flexibility in the mental health of bisexual individuals.
The present study examined the relations of minority stressors (i.e., experiences of prejudice, expectations of stigma, internalized biphobia, outness/concealment of bisexuality) as well as positedExpand
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Forgiving the self and physical and mental health correlates: a meta-analytic review.
Self-forgiveness has been conceptualized as a coping strategy that may improve health and well-being. To better understand the functions of self-forgiveness, this meta-analysis examines theExpand
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The Protective Power of Collective Action for Sexual Minority Women of Color
We utilize an additive intersectionality framework in the present study to examine the relations among perceived racism, sexism, and heterosexism and the psychological distress of self-identifiedExpand
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Multiple Oppressions and the Mental Health of Sexual Minority Latina/o Individuals
This study investigated the additive and interactive relations of two forms of external oppression (racist discrimination and heterosexist discrimination) and internalized oppression (internalizedExpand
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Ego identity, social anxiety, social support, and self-concealment in lesbian, gay, and bisexual individuals
This study examined a model in which the relationship between social anxiety and two dimensions of ego identity (commitment and exploration) was expected to be mediated by social support andExpand
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Structures of the Schedules of Racist and Sexist Events: Confirmatory Factor Analyses of African American Women's Responses
Use of the Schedule of Racist Events (SRE; Landrine & Klonoff, 1996) and the Schedule of Sexist Events (SSE; Klonoff & Landrine, 1995) has advanced research on experiences of perceived racism andExpand
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Conducting Research With LGB People of Color: Methodological Challenges and Strategies
Methodological barriers have been highlighted as a primary reason for the limited research with lesbian, gay, and bisexual (LGB) people of color. Thus, strategies for anticipating and addressingExpand
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Transgender individuals' workplace experiences: the applicability of sexual minority measures and models.
The present study explored whether 3 existing measures of workplace constructs germane to the experiences of sexual minority people could be modified to improve their applicability with transgenderExpand
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