Data Collection We conducted 8 focus groups of 3 to 9 participants each and interviewed 9 additional participants who either lived in more remote settings or could not be included in focus groups for other reasons. Variants general. A growing body of epidemiological evidence shows that sexual minorities, including gay men, lesbians, and bisexual people, report poorer physical and mental health outcomes than do heterosexuals. RESULTS Our data indicated that the established sociological framework of intersecting macrolevel social structuremesolevel interpersonaland microlevel individual determinants of health 2223 agreed with our participants' descriptions of potential risk and protective factors for mental health problems Figure 1. This challenge was multilayered for participants who identified with minority ethnoracial communities. Focus groups and interviews were digitally recorded and later transcribed verbatim. Trivia About Closer to Home:
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Bindel has described female bisexuality as a "fashionable trend" being promoted due to "sexual hedonism" and broached the question of whether bisexuality even exists. Support groups for partners of bisexual people could be established to deconstruct common social beliefs about bisexuality, particularly as they relate to bisexual people's capacity for healthy, stable relationships. Elizabeth rated it really liked it Feb 12,
An Issue Of Sex Discriminationadvancing the idea that gay male pornography involved sex discrimination and should be regulated under Canada 's equality laws in the same way as non-gay pornography.