The New Gay Teenager
Harvard University Press, 30 jun. 2009 - 286 páginas
Gay, straight, bisexual: how much does sexual orientation matter to a teenager's mental health or sense of identity? In this down-to-earth book, filled with the voices of young people speaking for themselves, Savin-Williams argues that the standard image of gay youth presented by mental health researchers--as depressed, isolated, drug-dependent, even suicidal--may have been exaggerated even twenty years ago, and is far from accurate today.
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That there has been a sea change in attitudes about sexual minorities in the past few generations is not news. What is remarkable, however, is the growing nonchalance of contemporary adolescents about ... Leer reseña completa
2 Whos Gay?
3 In the Beginning Was Gay Youth
4 Models or Trajectories?
5 Feeling Different
6 SameSex Attractions
7 First Sex
9 Resilience and Diversity
10 Refusing and Resisting Sexual Identity Labels