Marginalized youth often experience stigma and trauma in their lives which can fundamentally influence their health and development. We want to change those stories.
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In Chinese societies, such as those in Taiwan, Hong Kong, mainland China, Malaysia, and Singapore, same-sex sexual behaviors have been pathologized, resulting in increased minority stress among Chinese gay men (CGM). Therefore, we attempted to understand CGM’s potential clinical issues. Twelve CGM were interviewed and a basic interpretive qualitative methodology was used to analyze the […]
Join the SARAVYC team for a lunch & learn on March 4 presented by Helen Uche Okoye. Bring your own refreshments and note-taking tools, and we'll provide the pizza! Helen will be presenting about the trends in racism among African-Canadian Adolescents in British Columbia.