Trans*forming understanding of sexual orientation and gender variant minorities: Testing the minority stress model with a diverse sample

@inproceedings{Bittner2016TransformingUO,
  title={Trans*forming understanding of sexual orientation and gender variant minorities: Testing the minority stress model with a diverse sample},
  author={Karen Elaine Bittner},
  year={2016}
}
Over the decades, researchers and people in general have elaborated on distinctions regarding sexual orientation minorities. What was once classified as “homosexual” now distinguishes between gay men, lesbians, bisexual, and asexual individuals. Sexual orientation minorities experience unique stressors that negatively impact their psychological and physical health. Minority stressors, including perceptions that one’s sexual orientation is stigmatized, internalized prejudicial attitudes about… CONTINUE READING

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