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“I can hear it in the way they look at me...”: Gay and Lesbian University Students’ Lived Experiences with Blatant and Subtle Interpersonal Discrimination
In certain contexts (e.g., university campuses), it seems that subtle, rather than blatant anti-gay/lesbian behaviours are more likely to be perpetrated by heterosexuals (Jewell & Morrison, 2010). However, the nature of ...
The Effects of Same-Sex Imagery on Affect Valence, Affect Intensity, and Behavioural Change
It has been observed that attitudes toward gay men and lesbian women have slowly improved over the last decade. However, some researchers have opined that this “improvement” may be the result of an over-emphasis on category ...
How would you react? : exploring heterosexual women's reactions to confrontations of their own homonegative behaviour
To date, little research has explored the utility of inter-personal confrontation as a strategy for the reduction of homonegative attitudes and/or behaviours among heterosexual women. Consequently, the purpose of the ...