Little work, however, has focused on perceived acceptance for subgroups within the gay community or broader society. Gay and bisexual identity development among female-to-male transsexuals in North America: Emergence of a transgender sexuality.
New to Read Sign Up. Kurtz S. Middle-aged participants also commented on the limited number of gay-associated activities and venues that they felt were age-appropriate or interesting.
However, the qualitative comments regarding perceived invisibility of men of color in the gay community echo other recent qualitative work noting racial hierarchies within gay communities e. Downloads from ePrints over the past year. Urban Studies. Existing User Sign In. Wickens C.
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A lack of gay community connectedness among some groups in London-Middlesex, then, may reflect declining infrastructures and services more than it does assimilation into mainstream society Weeks, or an individualist gravitation toward personal communities Holt, For younger gay and bisexual men who are also middle-class, optimistic perceptions of acceptance may stem from coming of age during the promotion of human rights protections for sexual orientation in Canada, insulation within a university environment, ability to participate in the limited nightlife scene, or assuredness of their ability to move e.
Recent interventions have suggested that community and gay community specifically are problematic concepts. Questionnaire participants were recruited through online Web sites, smartphone apps, and informal referrals between gay and bisexual men.