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A Provider’s Introduction to Substance Abuse Treatment for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Individuals is a manual that informs clinicians and administrators about substance abuse treatment approaches that are sensitive to lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) clients. Covers cultural, clinical, health, administrative, and
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The Catholic Church has been rocked with allegations of sexual abuse carried out by priests for decades. Now survivors of abusive nuns are speaking out. Patr
Can being sexually abused determine sexual orientation
As Right Wing Watch reported, Paulk cited a personal “study” which found that 66 percent of the lesbians had “incurred sexual abuse,” while 90 percent of those women who were “leaving homosexuality” had “expressed they had been a witness to sexual abuse or physical abuse or serious emotional abuse or any number of serious verbal abuse.”
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Lesbian domestic violence and abuse happens. Abuse is defined as the systematic pattern of behaviors in a relationship that are used to gain and/or maintain power and control over another. It can include emotional abuse, psychological abuse, sexual abuse and physical abuse. Emotional Abuse Emotional abuse can be characterized by verbal attacks, with the intention to belittle, humiliate, mock
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Despite many gaps in the research on substance abuse and sexual orientation, recent data suggest that, overall, substance use among lesbians and gay men—particularly alcohol use—has declined over the past two decades. However, both heavy drinking and use of drugs other than alcohol appear to be prevalent among young lesbians and gay men. Much less is known about bisexual and transgender
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among lesbians has been defined as including physical, sexual and psychological abuse, although researchers have most often studied physical violence. How common is lesbian partner violence? About 17-45% of lesbians report having been the victim of a least one
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As Right Wing Watch reported, Paulk cited a personal "study" which found that 66 percent of the lesbians had "incurred sexual abuse," while 90 percent of those women who were "leaving homosexuality" had "expressed they had been a witness to sexual abuse or physical abuse or serious emotional abuse or any number of serious verbal abuse.”
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Stories from women about abuse in lesbian relationshipsDannielle: I didn’t want to believe that the woman whom I adored could be f***ing with me.Rebecca: I was left feeling I had to walk on eggshells.Michelle: There was never any physical abuse, but the emotional abuse was constant.Jade: Slowly, before I could even realize what was going on, it went bad.Ayet: Everything I did

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