These findings support the need for interventions to address the negative impacts of general and minority stress on relationship functioning among young male same-sex couples. Developmental psychology. Live Science. From 6 to 9 NovemberThe Yogyakarta Principles on application of international human rights law in relation to sexual orientation and gender identity was adopted by an international meeting of 29 specialists in Yogyakarta the International Commission of Jurists and the International Service for Human Rights.
Evidence that perceived discrimination harms romantic relationship quality through impaired self-image.
Dyadic diary methods may provide particular utility in advancing our understanding of gendered relational contexts. University of Minnesota Press. Same-sex partners living with children are also more likely to be female than male and tend to be more economically disadvantaged and to be from racial minority groups than same-sex couples without children Gates, a.
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Randall AK, Bodenmann G. Moreover, the effect size for internalized homophobia was significantly larger than those for heterosexist discrimination and sexual orientation visibility management, suggesting that minority stressors that are more proximal to the self might be more salient predictors of same-sex relationship well-being.
In the book, Ellis argued that same-sex relationships could not be characterized as a pathology or a crime and that its importance rose above the arbitrary restrictions imposed by society. Internalized homophobia and perceived stigma: A validation study of stigma measures in a sample of young MSM.
Same-sex romantic attraction and experiences of violence in adolescence. Journal of Family Research. ONE, Inc.