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08 September 2011

Disctimination of black gay men ups anxiety

Discrimination, harassment and shame experienced by black gay and bisexual men can contribute to depression and anxiety, a new study says.

Discrimination, harassment and shame experienced by black gay and bisexual men can contribute to depression and anxiety, a new study says.

The researchers also found that 95% of the men reported discrimination and harassment at least once within the previous year, and 11% said they experience those problems weekly.

 
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