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Study shows community support benefits young LGBTQ+ mental health

Rachel Badham August 1, 2020

A new 2020 study from the UBC School of Nursing has demonstrated that having access to a supportive community and living in a progressive political climate helps decrease suicidal tendencies in young LGBTQ+ people.

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“Free of HIV”: Drug Trial Leads to Remission

Paul Wright July 9, 2020

“Am I sceptical? Of course. Am I intrigued? Absolutely!”- Doctor responding to “Free of HIV”: Drug Trial Leads to Remission

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Community News

Study suggests link between sexual orientation & personality

June 9, 2020

New research published in the Journal of Sex Research has revealed men and women who identify as lesbian, gay, or bisexual (LGB) tend to show different personality traits to those who identify as straight, particularly among younger adults. 

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OutRight’s research on impact of Covid-19 on LGBTQ+ people presented in webinars

Graham Robson May 13, 2020

Findings of OutRight’s research on the impact of Covid-19 on LGBTQ+ people presented in upcoming webinars

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General News

People’s sexual experiences after alcohol or drugs sought for new study

James Ledward September 27, 2017

Researchers at Leeds Beckett University are looking for volunteers to anonymously share their experiences of sexual activity after drinking alcohol or taking other drugs as part of a new study. The research, within the School of Social Sciences, seeks to understand the positive and negative sexual experiences, both after alcohol or drugs and sober, of as many people as possible aged between 18 and 40.

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