Violence 29 — LGBTQ white victims are more likely to experience sexual violence, compared to those who do not identify as white. Perception of and experience with system responses to female same-sex intimate partner violence.
Intimate partner violence reported by lesbian- gay- and bisexual-identified individuals living in Canada: an exploration of within group variations. STOP School Violence Technology and Threat Assessment Solutions for Safer Schools Program Inactive Grants for the development and operation of school threat assessment and crisis intervention teams and same sex domestic violence research grants in Gilbert development of technology for local or regional anonymous reporting systems.
Knowledge about heterosexual versus lesbian battering among lesbians. However, recent research shows that LGBTQ members fall victim to domestic violence at equal or even higher rates compared to their heterosexual counterparts. Speaking silence: definitional dialogue in abuse lesbian relationships.
Behav 55, 39— Dietz, C. LGB-affirmative cognitive-behavioral therapy for young adult gay and bisexual men: a randomized controlled trial of a transdiagnostic minority stress approach. Transgender individuals may suffer from an even greater burden of intimate partner violence than gay or lesbian individuals.
Help-seeking behavior among same-sex intimate partner violence victims: an intersectional argument. Atlanta, GA: National center for injury prevention and control. With some notable exceptions, such as the Blue Shield of California Foundation, funders allocate a relatively small proportion of their grantmaking budgets to domestic violence.
Furthermore, the chronic stress caused by domestic violence is linked to higher rates of chronic diseases such as heart disease and diabetes for abused women. Aims In the light of the background outlined above, this paper presents a narrative review aimed at 1 providing an overview, through a selective narrative review, of the psychological literature on LGB IPV, with a specific focus on treatments and interventions addressed both to victims and perpetrators, and 2 identifying, from the literature, suggestions for future directions in research for LGB-oriented psychological and community services in relation to IPV and the themes outlined by the overview.
Despite the myth that IPV is only an issue in heterosexual relationships, its occurrence among LGB couples was demonstrated to be comparable to or higher than heterosexual cases Messinger, ; Kelley et al.