Same-Sex Intimate Partner Violence

  title={Same-Sex Intimate Partner Violence},
  author={Christine Murray and A. Keith Mobley and A. Buford and Megan M. Seaman-DeJohn},
  journal={Journal of LGBT Issues in Counseling},
  pages={30 - 7}
ABSTRACT This article presents a review of literature describing intimate partner violence (IPV) in same-sex relationships. The authors present definitions and the prevalence of the main forms of violence-physical, sexual, and emotional-that can occur within same-sex intimate partner relationships, an overview of the existing research that examines the dynamics and broader social context of same-sex IPV, and implications for counseling affected individuals. 
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