Present work has described unique stressors linked with racial/ethnic…

Present work has described unique stressors linked with racial/ethnic…

Current work has described unique stressors connected with racial/ethnic, gender, sexual identity, and age statuses in LGB grownups. African United states and Latino LGB people face stressors linked to alienation from their racial/ethnic identification in the LGB community, stigmatization of minority identity that is sexual racial/ethnic minority communities, and stressors associated with sexual prejudice that affect all LGB persons (Diaz et al., 2001; Espin, 1993; Greene, 2000; Meyer, Schwartz, & Frost, 2008). Of their racial/ethnic communities, as an example, African American and Latino LGB people deal with anti homosexual and old-fashioned family members values that emphasize an individual’s main allegiance to nuclear and extensive loved ones and therefore view marriage as restricted to heterosexual unions (Munoz Laboy, 2008; Adams & Kimmel, 1997). Continue reading “Present work has described unique stressors linked with racial/ethnic…”