Gay, bisexual men face greater psychological risk in repressive countries

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Gay and bisexual men suffer significant psychological harm when living in countries where legal protections and social attitudes combine to ... of Tromso and Norwegian Institute of Public Health; Kai Jonas from Maastricht University; Michal Pitoňák from the National Institute of ...

Period15 Nov 2021

Media coverage

2

Media coverage

  • TitleGay, bisexual men face greater psychological risk in repressive countries
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletMirage News
    Media typeWeb
    Country/TerritoryAustralia
    Date15/11/21
    DescriptionGay and bisexual men suffer significant psychological harm when living in countries where legal protections and social attitudes combine to ... of Tromso and Norwegian Institute of Public Health; Kai Jonas from Maastricht University; Michal Pitoňák from the National Institute of ...
    Producer/AuthorMirage News
    URLhttps://www.miragenews.com/gay-bisexual-men-face-greater-psychological-673731/
    PersonsKai Jonas
  • TitleGay, bisexual men face greater psychological risk in repressive countries
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletYALE
    Media typeWeb
    Country/TerritoryUnited States
    Date15/11/21
    DescriptionA new Yale-led study examines the geographic mobility patterns of gay and bisexual men in Europe to trace the effects of country-level ... of Tromso and Norwegian Institute of Public Health; Kai Jonas from Maastricht University; Michal Pitoňák from the National Institute of ...
    Producer/AuthorMichael Greenwood
    URLhttps://news.yale.edu/2021/11/15/gay-bisexual-men-face-greater-psychological-risk-repressive-countries
    PersonsKai Jonas

Keywords

  • LGBTQ laws
  • Norwegian Institute
  • Sigma Research group
  • bisexual men
  • co-authors
  • community attitudes
  • countries
  • data
  • depression
  • depression and suicidality