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Parental empowerment-Lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans or queer parents' perceptions of maternity and child healthcare.

Describe empowerment in maternity and child healthcare from the perspective of self-identified lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, or queer (LGBTQ) parents in Finland.

Queer space and alternate queer geographies: LBQ women and the search for sexual partners at two LGBTQ-friendly U.S. universities.

The postgay era - marked by decreased stigmatization of non-heterosexual identities and increasing assimilation of gays and lesbians into the heterosexual mainstream - may be indicative of a broader pluralization of queer geographies expanding the social and sexual opportunities of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ)-identified individuals beyond queer spaces. Less is known, however, about how LBQ women experience these pluralized geographies in a postgay era in their search for sexual pa...

Co-producing knowledge of lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and intersex (LGBTI) health-care inequalities via rapid reviews of grey literature in 27 EU Member States.

The health inequalities experienced by lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and intersex (LGBTI) people are well documented with several reviews of global research summarizing key inequalities. These reviews also show how the health-care needs of LGBTI people are often poorly understood whilst suggesting that targeted initiatives to reduce inequalities should involve LGBTI people.

Health Disparities Among Exclusively Lesbian, Mostly Lesbian, and Bisexual Young Women.

Health disparities have been identified between groups of diverse young sexual minority women (SMW) and heterosexual women. This approach may generate sufficient group sizes for statistical analyses but obscures important differences. Moreover, some young women may not identify as "lesbian" or "bisexual" but somewhere in between. This study examined health and sexual minority identity-specific outcomes among three groups of SMW-women who identify as "exclusively lesbian," "mostly lesbian," and "bisexual." ...

Lesbian and Bisexual Women's Experiences of Health Care: "Do not say, 'husband', say, 'spouse'".

To describe the experiences and wishes of lesbian and bisexual women concerning healthcare in Finland.

Bisexual individuals are at greater risk of poor mental health than lesbians and gay men: The mediating role of sexual identity stress at multiple levels.

Although earlier studies have indicated that lesbian, gay, and bisexual (LGB) individuals are at greater risk of psychiatric symptoms than heterosexual individuals, limited attention has been paid to the mental health disparities within LGB populations, especially in non-Western societies. This study examined the disparities in depression, anxiety, and mental well-being between gay/lesbian and bisexual individuals and investigated how the disparities are explained by the greater sexual identity stress exper...

Parental Perceptions of the Internet and Social Media as a source of Pediatric Health Information.

1) To evaluate differences in how parents use the internet and social media for health information by child age 2) To examine parental perceptions of health information on social media METHODS: We conducted a cross-sectional survey of parents of children 0-18 years seen in clinics and an inpatient medical unit. Survey questions focused on: patterns of internet and social media use, for what topics, and parental ratings of the accuracy, reliability and appeal of information from social media. Parents' respon...

Sexual minority substance use disparities: Bisexual women at elevated risk relative to other sexual minority groups.

Prior studies characterizing sexual minority substance use disparities have primarily compared lesbian/gay and bisexual individuals, respectively or in combination, to heterosexual individuals. In light of emerging evidence that bisexual individuals may have particularly elevated substance use risk, we examine differences in recent substance use between bisexual and lesbian/gay individuals using national survey data.

Health, Homelessness Severity, and Substance Use among Sexual Minority Youth Experiencing Homelessness: A Comparison of Bisexual Versus Gay and Lesbian Youth.

Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and questioning (LGBQ) youth are overrepresented among youth experiencing homelessness (YEH), and health disparities among LGBQ youth are well-documented. LGBQ youth are typically aggregated as a single sexual minority group; however, research suggests that bisexual youth may have greater mental health, substance use, and physical health risks relative to their gay and lesbian peers. In a probability sample of LGBQ YEH in Los Angeles County (n = 183), we examined subgroup differenc...

Borderlanding academic researchers: A range of whisper networks.

In this issue of the we consider the ways trans- and homophobia in academia impact queer-identified women's scholarship and personhood. By providing a wide view of these experiences in the field of education research - from field experience, to testomonio - this issue gives voice to the experiences of queer women in a field that has traditionally and continues to recognize, support and reify a straight, male, able, heteronormative, cis gender identity as the ideal by which all experiences, research and kno...

Parent perceptions of mental illness in Chinese American youth.

Although parents are often the first to facilitate help-seeking in their children, parental perceptions regarding mental health serve as a significant barrier to the access of mental health services. This study examined mental health perceptions held by Chinese immigrant parents of youth.

The Cauxin-femme binary: Femme performativity as a response to violence in Guyana.

The Caribbean region has a long history of violence and conflict due to colonization and contemporary neocolonial policies and structures. The region's political, economic, and social climate is overshadowed by activism that centers legal repeal of homophobic laws left intact by colonial powers. These movements have created a polarization between the mainstream groups seeking legal changes, and those who are denied and erased from these discourses. This article is an examination of lesbian, bisexual, queer ...

Why femme stories matter: Constructing femme theory through historical femme life writing.

We argue that historical femme life writing forms a rich resource for femme theory that contributes to, challenges, and extends contemporary academic femme literature. We focus on the experiences of femmes during the second-wave feminist movement, specifically within the context of 1970s and 1980s U.S. lesbian feminism. The texts we examine include by Amber Hollibaugh (2000), by Joan Nestle (1987), Minnie Bruce Pratt's (1995) , and selections from edited by Nestle (1992). Informed by Clare Hemmings' (201...

Parental Perceptions of Obesity in School Children and Subsequent Action.

Despite perceiving their child as being above a healthy weight, many parents do not intervene. Little is known about the factors influencing parental action. We assessed parental perception of child's weight status, the prevalence of mitigating parental action, and the underlying factors. We studied 20,242 children and adolescents from 6 centers across China. Anthropometry was measured by research nurses. Parents answered questionnaires, including their perception of their child's weight status, and any su...

Methodology of the Discrimination in the United States survey.

To describe survey methods used to examine reported experiences of discrimination against African Americans, Latinos, Asian Americans, Native Americans, women, and LGBTQ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer) adults.

Minority stress adds an additional layer to fear of childbirth in lesbian and bisexual women, and transgender people.

To explore and describe thoughts about and experiences of pregnancy, childbirth and reproductive healthcare in lesbian and bisexual women and transgender people (LBT) with an expressed fear of childbirth (FOC).

Testing the Tripartite Influence Model among heterosexual, bisexual, and lesbian women.

This cross-sectional study explored similarities and differences between heterosexual, bisexual, and lesbian women in levels of, and relationships between, the following constructs using a Tripartite Influence Model framework: family, peer, and media appearance pressures, thin- and muscular-ideal internalization, and eating disorder (ED) pathology. Self-identified heterosexual (n = 1,528), bisexual (n = 89), and lesbian (n = 278) undergraduate women completed the Sociocultural Attitudes Towards ...

Parental empowerment in paediatric rehabilitation: exploring the role of a digital tool to help parents prepare for consultation with a physician.

To explore experiences of parents of children with disabilities using the WWW-roadmap, a tool to support them in exploring needs, finding information and asking questions of professionals and to explore differences between parents who had used the WWW-roadmap to prepare for consultation with their rehabilitation physician and parents who had not.

Health status, health behaviours and healthcare access of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender populations in Turkey.

Lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) individuals experience many barriers to healthcare access and health disparities because of societal stigma, discrimination and homophobia by the community and healthcare providers. Therefore, this sexual minority group poses a risk for poor health status.

American Academy of Neurology members' preparedness to treat sexual and gender minorities.

To measure the attitudes and knowledge of American Academy of Neurology (AAN) member neurologists in caring for sexual and gender minority (SGM) patients (e.g., those who identify in the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, or questioning [LGBTQ+] spectrum) to inform future educational offerings.

Heteronormativity in the Lives of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Queer Young People.

Heteronormativity, as defined in queer theory, is the presumption and privileging of heterosexuality. Research on how young people make sense of and narrate heteronormativity in their own lives is needed to inform theories of heteronormativity. Using queer and intersectional frameworks, we conducted semi-structured interviews with 14 sexual and gender minority young people (ages 18 to 24), analyzed using thematic analysis, to examine how young adults make sense of heteronormativity. Participants discussed h...

The Association Between Acculturation and Parental Feeding Practices in Families With Overweight and Obese Hispanic/Latino Children.

This study examines the association between acculturation and parental feeding practices in low-income Latinos. Overweight/obese children (N = 117), aged 5 to 14 years, and their parents were recruited from a rural health clinic. Findings show that more acculturated parents have greater control over their child's eating behavior (P = .04). Parents who perceive their child as having a weight problem also have more control over their child's eating behavior (P = .02). Control measured from regulation of how m...

Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Older Adults' Experiences With Elder Abuse and Neglect.

Little is known about elder abuse and neglect in the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) community; however, this population faces a greater risk of abuse and likely experiences abuse differently and needs different resources. We conducted focus groups to investigate LGBT older adults' perspectives on and experience with elder mistreatment.

Perceived discrimination, health and wellbeing among middle-aged and older lesbian, gay and bisexual people: A prospective study.

To examine cross-sectional and prospective associations between perceived discrimination in daily life (based on a range of attributes), sexual orientation discrimination, and health and wellbeing in middle-aged and older lesbian, gay and bisexual (LGB) people.

Parental active tracking measures and health behaviors during high school and college.

This study developed and tested new measures of youth perceptions of parental active efforts to track their activities during adolescence and college. Between March and October 2016, a sample of 314 college students aged 18-25 completed a survey including their perceptions of their parent's active tracking efforts during high school and college. Items were then analyzed, and internally consistent measures were derived. The new measures demonstrated significant convergent validity with the three sources of...

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