New Research Brief - What Happens during Healthcare Interactions to Compel Gender Nonconforming LGBTQ People to Avoid Healthcare?

Mon, October 8, 2018
New Research Brief - What Happens during Healthcare Interactions to Compel Gender Nonconforming LGBTQ People to Avoid Healthcare?
New Research Brief by Emily Allen Paine.

Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender (trans), and queer (LGBTQ) individuals experience worse health throughout their lives compared to their heterosexual and cisgender (non-transgender, hereafter cis) peers. Stress resulting from stigma and discrimination contribute to LGBTQ health disparities. Policies and social norms that discriminate against LGBTQ people on the basis of gender, sex, and sexuality negatively impact LGBTQ populations.

Read the full brief HERE.

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