Christian Identity is Associated with Increased Substance Use for LGB Individuals
The role of religion and sexual orientation on behavioral health outcomes such as alcohol and drug use has been examined in prior research, though few studies have assessed religious factors related to substance use in lesbian, gay, and bisexual (LGB) individuals. In a sample of 1,001 adults living in the U.S., results of an ANOVA suggested that identifying as a Christian and LGB was related to higher levels of alcohol and drug use. Implications for future research are discussed.
|Work Title||Christian Identity is Associated with Increased Substance Use for LGB Individuals|
|License||CC BY 4.0 (Attribution)|
|Publication Date||April 16, 2021|
|Deposited||April 10, 2021|