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.
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.’
Gay migration happens but not always to gay-friendly places, reports new study
Study also shows that straight people prefer to live in places that match their attitudes toward sexuality
UCR experts: Newsom's CARE courts an 'oxymoron'
Experts on the plight of the unhoused contend the plan would criminalize being poor and mentally ill
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
New journal will spotlight queer and trans religious studies scholarship
The open access journal will make research freely available to scholars and public and will not charge authors a submission fee
“I just don’t think shelters work”
Institutions, not only family rejection, underlie LGBTQ youth homelessness
Same-gender couples have better interactions
Same-gender couples have higher-quality interactions with one another than heterosexual couples in Southern California, a new UC Riverside study finds. The study also holds that couples with two men have the smallest social networks. Researcher Megan Robbins says the recently published study is the first to compare same- and different-sex...
Campaign crowdfunds over $12,000 for LGBTQIA+ students
The campaign was launched by UCR’s LGBT Resource Center to support students impacted by COVID-19