, intimacy, and sexual behavior among gay and bisexual men.
Bearing this in mind, this article seeks to link internalized homophobia
, community connectedness, violence, and discrimination to two primary mental health indicators: alcohol use (AU) and depressive symptomatology (DS).
, intimacy and sexual behaviour among gay and bisexual men.
Martha's internalized homophobia
, a complex psychological trauma, is treated with helpful ambiguity in Hellman's original play, with the final appearance of the innocence-saving message brought by Mrs.
Sexual minority claimants' capacity to testify may also be greatly affected by internalized homophobia
. According to Gaines, internalized homophobia
encompasses negative attitudes toward one's own homosexuality, others' homosexuality, and the disclosure of one's homosexuality to others.
Religious attitudes, internalized homophobia
, and identity in gay and lesbian adults.
The scientists have found that internalized homophobia
was a significant predictor of binge drinking, while experiencing violence or victimization was marginally associated with drinking large amounts of alcohol in a short period of time, while those living with their parents were less likely to report binge drinking.
Brooks (1981) applies the concept of minority stress to internalized homophobia
. The concept comes from the study of marginalized minority groups.
The model explained 29% of the variance of self-esteem, 19.6% of the variance of internalized homophobia
and only 5.3% of the homophobic bullying.