Sexual Minorities: Discrimination, Challenges, and Development in America
Haworth Social Work Practice Press, 2003 - 253 páginas
Explore the crucial issues facing the GLBT population in their struggle for acceptance in contemporary America!
Sexual Minorities: Discrimination, Challenges, and Development in America examines the stumbling blocks that prevent gays, lesbians, bisexuals, and trangenders from living wholesome, healthy lives. This book concentrates on the effects of outside influences on the homosexual psyche from adolescence to mid-life and programs and services that need to be developed to improve quality of life. While some outside influences can make positive changes--such as Internet-based outreach to educate men in chat rooms about HIV--sexual minority groups face negativity from society in the forms of homophobia and heterosexism.
Sexual Minorities uses statistics, charts, graphs, and surveys to reveal a remarkable trend correlating how contemporary American society treats sexual minorities and how it affects their psychological and psychosocial health. This book also reveals how--when internalized-- this hurtful discrimination can cause self-hatred and depression. Each chapter focuses on a different aspect of the GLBT population, including:
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