Young women's psychological distress increases when they change their identity away from the heterosexual norm

Young women’s psychological distress increases when they change their identity away from the heterosexual norm

New research provides evidence that sexual identity changes tend to be associated with increased psychological distress among young women. But the findings, published in the Journal of Health and Social Behavior, indicate that this association primarily impacts women who move towards more same-sex orientations. “There is a perception in our society that sexual orientation, and …

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