Social class, sexual self-expression and gay community involvement. The conclusions drawn in this study, however, must also be considered in light of several limitations. These differences are linked with the uneven impact of social, political, and institutional changes relevant to gay and bisexual men in Canada.
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Rosser, B. London, England: Routledge; Barrett and Pollackfor example, found that primarily White, younger, and middle-class men Community cleavages: gay and bisexual men s perceptions of gay to associate with traditional markers of gay community affiliation, such as coming out early in life, living in a gay neighborhood, and attending mostly gay social functions.
Knopp, L. The down low, social stigma, and risky sexual behaviors: Insights from African—American men who have sex with men. Little work, however, has focused on perceived acceptance for subgroups within the gay community or broader society.
Toronto: University of Toronto Press; There are also differences in how various forms of urban gay communities have changed over time. Ronald, did not wish to share age or sexual identity. Signed consent forms were obtained from interview participants.
As in the analysis of the broader community, the high reported perceived acceptance for men of color may mask important differences in how White men and men of color perceive the local gay community.
Contributors Author: Nathaniel M. Prejudice, social stress, and mental health in lesbian, gay, and bisexual populations: Conceptual issues and research evidence. Arch Sex Behav. Coleman, Todd A. Respondents also perceived overall greater acceptance in the gay community than in the broader London-Middlesex community.
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