Who Adopts Queer and Pansexual Sexual Identities?

@article{Morandini2017WhoAQ,
  title={Who Adopts Queer and Pansexual Sexual Identities?},
  author={J. Morandini and A. Blaszczynski and I. Dar-Nimrod},
  journal={The Journal of Sex Research},
  year={2017},
  volume={54},
  pages={911 - 922}
}
Some nonheterosexual individuals are eschewing lesbian/gay and bisexual identities for queer and pansexual identities. The present study aimed to examine the sexual and demographic characteristics of nonheterosexual individuals who adopt these labels. A convenience sample of 2,220 nonheterosexual (1,459 lesbian/gay, 413 bisexual, 168 queer, 146 pansexual, and 34 other “write-in”) individuals were recruited for a cross-sectional online survey. In support of our hypotheses, those adopting… Expand
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