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LGBT

Discussion Question 1 The benefits of sex surveys as a method of data collection include: possibility to collect data from large samples that represent wide and diverse populations; possibility to collect data about participants’ private behaviour; they provide opportunity for data collection where other methods cannot be applied (e.g. observation)...

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There are a couple of barriers that prevent trans individuals from receiving both routine and gender-affirming care. First, and foremost, doctors appear to suffer from a lack of confidence in regard to the proper care of trans individuals. Secondly, Dr. a small percentage of doctor’s let their personal bias or...

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The NASW statement regarding the rights of LGBTQ explains that the laws should reflect the rights of members of the LGBTQ community as being equal to those of all other human beings. While this assertion is clearly intended to push for stronger laws that protect this population, there is no...

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Recently, the NASW urged social worker workforce to strengthen the protection of the rights and freedoms of people engaged in lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender relationships. The association claimed its firm belief in the equity of LGBT people in access and enjoyment of the rights and responsibilities legally granted to...

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Among the most controversial issues in the American context is about marriage equality in the aspect of recognizing same-sex marriages. This issue has been intensely discussed in the American society where advocacy groups have worked to ensure that lesbians, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBTQ) marriages are recognized and accorded the...

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The LGBT population has more challenges than the heterosexual population. LGBT youth are four times as likely to attempt suicide and are more likely to engage in substance use . Trauma is defined as any event, situation, or person that had subjected a person to psychological, physical, sexually, or emotionally...

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Abstract This paper examines the issue of whether or not the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) population can be considered to be “at risk”. The paper begins by outlining the findings of research that indicate the LGBT population as vulnerable with regard to both physical and mental health, and...

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As feminist concepts grow in power and modern presence, new research is exploring the effects of this on lesbian couples who pursue a family together. Now that rights are becoming increasingly equal for people over every sexual orientation, the prevalent thinking was that these individuals would fall into the egalitarian...

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When did you discover being a lesbian, do you consider it to be a challenging moment of your life? How did your friends and parents react to the fact of your coming-out? Discovering your homosexuality was not an easy thing. First, I shall mention that I had boyfriends before. But...

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