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High-Frequency Pornography Use May Not Always Be Problematic

Beáta Bőthe, István Tóth-Király, Marc N. Potenza, Gábor Orosz, Zsolt Demetrovics
2020 Journal of Sexual Medicine  
pornography, and basic psychological needs).  ...  Therefore, the present results may guide clinical work when considering reasons for seeking treatment for PPU. Bőthe B, Tóth-Király I, Potenza MN, et al.  ...  In the context of online gaming, it was those individuals who had the highest levels of internet gaming disorder who had low need satisfaction in the real world but had high need satisfaction in gaming  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jsxm.2020.01.007 pmid:32033863 fatcat:piyyfthwnbcedkthefrbqqi6ee

"We Wanted a Forever Family": Altruistic, Individualistic, and Motivated Reasoning Motivations for Adoption Among LGBTQ Individuals

Pedro Alexandre Costa, Fiona Tasker
2018 Journal of Family Issues  
adoptive and foster families to complete an online survey.  ...  We suggest ways to inform the recruitment of potential LGBTQ adoptive parents.  ...  Lastly, an important aspect uncovered in the present study was the barriers to adoption perceived by LGBTQ individuals.  ... 
doi:10.1177/0192513x18810948 fatcat:2ssshks4brgqtmntjb6ityxspq

Queering reproduction in transnational bio-economies

Laura Mamo
2018 Reproductive Biomedicine & Society Online  
QRJ neither marginalizes nor valorizes LGBTQ desires and practices for inclusion in reproductive biomedicine, and refuses to renaturalize or valorize certain forms of reproduction over others.  ...  In this commentary, I consider how scholars, practitioners and those seeking to have babies via assisted reproductive technology (ART) might be accountable to 21st century family-making in ways that attend  ...  By the mid-1990s, major shifts in information technologies and the internet allowed people to engage in commerce, networks and communications as never before.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.rbms.2018.10.008 pmid:30723813 pmcid:PMC6287057 fatcat:ffjwjqnawzht7deoyy7z4aadci

Protective Factors for LGBTI+ Youth Wellbeing: A Scoping Review Underpinned by Recognition Theory

Nerilee Ceatha, Aaron C. C. Koay, Conor Buggy, Oscar James, Louise Tully, Marta Bustillo, Des Crowley
2021 International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health  
This scoping review underscores the need to move beyond the predominant focus on risk factors for LGBTI+ youth, which subsequently inform protectionist approaches.  ...  Importantly, online (n = 10), faith (n = 10) and cultural (n = 5) communities were potentially protective.  ...  Nerilee Ceatha would like to thank Diarmuid Stokes, subject liaison librarian, UCD Library for one-to-one, online training in developing database searches, piloting screening tools and reference management  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijerph182111682 pmid:34770199 pmcid:PMC8583439 fatcat:ci4ivcfqujfflgk5bnqlrhjzza

Making and breaking families – reading queer reproductions, stratified reproduction and reproductive justice together

Marcin Smietana, Charis Thompson, France Winddance Twine
2018 Reproductive Biomedicine & Society Online  
In addition to any benefits of genetic 194 relatedness to children gay men would share with heterosex-195 ual and lesbian parents, genetic relatedness offered gay men a 196 bulwark against gender discrimination  ...  LGBTQI + reproductive care and services LGBTQ + need for reproductive care and services drives border crossing for them and for others doing reproductive work with them Identifying as LGBTQ + should not  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.rbms.2018.11.001 fatcat:snjef562xzdfdiiiqntwhymu6m

The Exploration on the Lived Experiences and Challenges Faced of the Gay College Students Amidst COVID-19

Jhoselle Tus
This song depicts the experiences of gay individuals starting from childhood up to adulthood by portraying an image of how gays deal with their sexual preferences and how society established its perception  ...  Thus, Filipino setting of a family raised conservatively and traditionally, religious affiliations, cultural norms, and family expectations are the dominating elements that influence gay individuals in  ...  They lack orientation for these gay individuals about coping with it and where to seek help (Human Rights Watch, 2017).  ... 
doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.13724512.v1 fatcat:v7xng2pbu5htbh44ouui33cdjm

Reducing HIV Vulnerability Through a Multilevel Life Skills Intervention for Adolescent Men (The iREACH Project): Protocol for a Randomized Controlled Trial

Jose Bauermeister, Patrick S Sullivan, Laura Gravens, James Wolfe, Kristina Countryman, Neena Smith-Bankhead, Ryan A Drab, Gregory Sallabank, Jordan D Helms, Kristie Khatibi, Rebecca Filipowicz, Keith Joseph Horvath (+5 others)
2018 JMIR Research Protocols  
This protocol describes the development and testing of iREACH, an online multilevel life skills intervention for AMSM.  ...  Objective: This randomized controlled trial (RCT) aims to test the efficacy of an online-delivered life skills intervention, iREACH, on cognitive and behavioral HIV-related outcomes for AMSM.  ...  Acknowledgments This study is supported by a U01 grant from the National Institute of Minority Health and Health Disparities (1U01MD011274-01), and the Centers for AIDS Research at the University of Pennsylvania  ... 
doi:10.2196/10174 pmid:29991470 pmcid:PMC6058092 fatcat:redtk7p4knfonlaoy4qg33cr7m

User Perception of Privacy with Ubiquitous Devices [article]

Priyam Rajkhowa, Pradipta Biswas
2021 arXiv   pre-print
Privacy is important for all individuals in everyday life.  ...  beliefs on individuals actions regarding how to protect oneself from invasion of privacy in both public and private spaces.  ...  It was necessary to keep in mind that various psychological needs of human beings like need for autonomy, relatedness and competence should be fulfilled when one is using various technology irrespective  ... 
arXiv:2107.11029v1 fatcat:zetpaa7rw5cv3lac4wnejkdhje

'Difference Is the One Thing That We Have in Common'

Chiara Modugno, Tonny Krijnen
2021 Tripodos  
First, a methodological one: the employment of creative visual methodologies to transcend the limitations of the most common methods used for audience research —interviews and focus groups.  ...  Secondly, this study follows the contemporary conversation around fair representation by addressing what is now a gap in the existing literature on queer television: what is fair representation from an  ...  the LGBTQ+ community as a whole.  ... 
doi:10.51698/tripodos.2021.50p37-56 fatcat:yuaava4mlbex3pwdg4m2xvh4iy

Are UK Policies and Practices for Regulated Donor Insemination Forcing Women to Find Unregulated Sperm Donors Online? A Perspective on the Available Evidence

Francesca Taylor, Tamara Turner-Moore, Allan Pacey, Georgina Louise Jones
2022 Frontiers in Global Women's Health  
In recent years, there has been an increase in women obtaining donor sperm via unregulated websites and social media.  ...  research on who uses online sperm donation and their reasons for doing so.  ...  In recent years, there has been an increase in individuals obtaining donor sperm online.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fgwh.2022.644591 pmid:35265941 pmcid:PMC8898953 fatcat:ilwecfc3izdyrm7jcrogshuqla

Interpersonal Relationships and Social Support in Transitioning Narratives of Black Transgender Women in Detroit

Louis F. Graham, Halley P Crissman, Jack Tocco, Laura A. Hughes, Rachel C. Snow, Mark B. Padilla
2014 International Journal of Transgenderism  
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The authors wish to acknowledge Monica Hudson, project coordinator, and Jessica Mormon, project director.  ...  spoke of a lack of emotional support for their transition, the need for informational peer support from transgender communities, and desire to form their new and true identity in a space separate from  ...  The centrality of societal expectations in transitioning processes suggests an important role for interpersonal and community networks in the overall adjustment and well-being of transgender individuals  ... 
doi:10.1080/15532739.2014.937042 fatcat:glsfmwyhzbhfjc5sfgr2wgm26y

The state of the science on trauma inquiry

Annie Lewis-O'Connor, Abi Warren, Jeannie V Lee, Nomi Levy-Carrick, Samara Grossman, Mardi Chadwick, Hanni Stoklosa, Eve Rittenberg
2019 Women's Health  
This lack of research on trauma inquiry results in an absence of guidelines for best practices, in turn making it challenging for policy makers, health care providers, and researchers to mitigate the adverse  ...  It places trauma inquiry within an anchoring framework of trauma-informed care principles, and emphasizes a focus on resilience.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors thank Carol L Warshaw, MD, Director of the National Center on Domestic Violence, Trauma and Mental Health, for her contributions to the Partners Healthcare Trauma-Informed  ... 
doi:10.1177/1745506519861234 pmid:31456510 pmcid:PMC6713964 fatcat:w4eud5zphfer3lrpgzbrl7voqu

Comparing Suicide Risk Insights derived from Clinical and Social Media data [article]

Rohith K. Thiruvalluru, Manas Gaur, Krishnaprasad Thirunarayan, Amit Sheth, Jyotishman Pathak
2020 arXiv   pre-print
Clinical and psychosocial factors contribute to suicide risk (SRFs), although documentation and self-expression of such factors in EHRs and social networks vary.  ...  Suicide is the 10th leading cause of death in the US and the 2nd leading cause of death among teenagers.  ...  Acknowledgement This work was funded in part by NIH grants R01MH105384, R01MH119177, and P50MH113838.  ... 
arXiv:2012.11393v2 fatcat:3cib3arddfdtfp5ysnmxxwg7eq

Comparing Suicide Risk Insights derived from Clinical and Social Media data

Rohith K Thiruvalluru, Manas Gaur, Krishnaprasad Thirunarayan, Amit Sheth, Jyotishman Pathak
2021 AMIA Annual Symposium Proceedings  
Clinical and psychosocial factors contribute to suicide risk (SRFs), although documentation and self-expression of such factors in EHRs and social networks vary.  ...  Suicide is the 10th leading cause of death in the US and the 2nd leading cause of death among teenagers.  ...  Acknowledgement This work was funded in part by NIH grants R01MH105384, R01MH119177, and P50MH113838.  ... 
pmid:34457151 pmcid:PMC8378609 fatcat:tbd7vjwfxbg7vhumhqvkdf4fw4

Knowledge as Leadership, Belonging as Community: How Canadian Community Foundations Are Using Vital Signs for Social Change

Susan Phillips, Ian Bird, Laurel Carlton, Lee Rose
2016 The Foundation Review  
, graduate students in the School of Public Policy and Administration at Carleton University.  ...  We thank the anonymous reviewers whose detailed comments guided significant improvements in the drafts.  ...  The Vital Signs reports demonstrate both commonality of shared concerns and differences reflecting issues individual community foundations seek to highlight.  ... 
doi:10.9707/1944-5660.1314 fatcat:fdw4pzp5znfonmavhpsokiprze
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