By Beverly A. Greene, Gregory M Herek
During this first quantity of the Psychological views on Lesbian and homosexual Issues sequence, cutting edge empirical reports supply perception into the complexities and subtleties of the lesbian and homosexual neighborhood. Oustanding members discover concerns in terms of: the kids of lesbians; internalized homophobia; lesbian and homosexual improvement; dating caliber of cohabiting undefined; sexual satisfaction and disgrace in lesbians; actual visual appeal; the impression of the feminist political move; heterosexual attitudes; and bounds in lesbian therapist//client relationships.
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Extra resources for Lesbian and Gay Psychology: Theory, Research, and Clinical Applications
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Summary of Past Research on Attitudes Toward Homosexuals The literature on attitudes toward homosexuality is extensive, yet relatively little attention has been paid to behavioral reactions to known gay persons. The available findings outline a general pattern wherein gay men and lesbians are consistently treated differently, and typically more harshly, than their heterosexual counterparts. Finally, homosexuals who have contracted the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) from an uncontrollable source are evaluated more harshly than are infected heterosexuals (Anderson, 1992;Kite, Whitley, Simon, & Michael, 1991),and undergraduates report less willingness to interact with a homosexual person with AIDS (PWA) than a heterosexual PWA (Fish & Rye, 1991; Stevenson, 1991).
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