Aunts, aunties, and ‘tías’ offer protection to their LGBTQ youth relatives
Study on youth from the Inland Empire and South Texas points to how these “othermothers” offer emotional safety, housing stability.
Grant will fund study of link between LGBTQ youth homelessness and extended family support
A National Science Foundation grant helps researchers track 83 participants in the Inland Empire and South Texas.
Study examines straight men and their sexual attraction to transgender women
An analysis of online Reddit conversations also revealed a paradox: the same men devalue both trans and cisgender women.
UCR expert: President Biden’s new same-sex marriage law ‘is a reminder that a right won is not a right secured’
The Respect for Marriage Act ‘seems to be an evolution on same-sex marriage support. But I want to caution that we don’t conflate that with LGBTQ support.’
Personal stories on sexual abuse, self-worth, and academia
Associate Professor Victoria Reyes published her new book, “Academic Outsider: Stories of Exclusion and Hope.”
How do non-parental family members affect LGBTQ youth housing stability?
A study set in the Inland Empire and South Texas aims to find out
“I just don’t think shelters work”
Institutions, not only family rejection, underlie LGBTQ youth homelessness