American Sociological Review, 72 5 Some people, homo- hetero- and bisexual, experience their sexuality as deeply embedded in a matrix of gender meanings and gender differentials. Black feminist thought: Knowledge, consciousness, and the politics of empowerment.
Research on Same-Sex Couples Data sets that include information from both partners in a relationship i.
Journal of Health and Social Behavior. As a result, individuals with lower income may have more negative attitudes towards sexual minorities and be less supportive of the rights of same-sex couples than their wealthier peers. These changes cannot be attributed to compositional changes in population characteristics, and may be the product of cultural or institutional changes at the macro level.
Are children of parents who had same-sex relationships disadvantaged? Future research should further explore how the transition from cohabitation to marriage alters relationships with other family members including relationships with families of origin for those in same-sex unions Ocobock, How different are the adult children of parents who have same-sex relationships?
Psychological Bulletin. Skip to main content. The findings and views reported in this paper, however, are those of the authors and should not be attributed to either DSS or the Melbourne Institute.
The consequences of economic threat for motivated social cognition and action. Notes: Shows percentage agreeing to the HILDA Survey statement "homosexual couples should have the same rights as heterosexual couples do". Some people like spontaneous sexual scenes, others like highly scripted ones, others like spontaneous-sounding ones that are nonetheless totally predictable.
We therefore expect more highly educated individuals to express stronger support towards the rights of same-sex couples than less educated individuals. Journal of Marriage and the Family.