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This timely and accessible contribution towards a deeper understanding of homophobia provides much-needed insight into the issue of prejudice in general. Topics discussed include: the nature of antigay prejudice, stereotypes and behaviors; the consequences of homophobia and related phenomena on the well-being of lesbians, gay men and bisexuals; and the critical need for psychology and science to examine homophobia and related issues.

Do Heterosexual Women and Men Differ in Their Attitudes toward Homosexuality? A Conceptual and Methodological Analysis
Do heterosexual women and men differ in their attitudes toward homosexuality? A conceptual and methodological analysis
Mary E.KiteBernard E.Whitley, Jr.

Heterosexual men generally hold more negative attitudes toward homosexuality than do heterosexual women (for reviews, see Herek, 1984; Kite & Whitley, 1996). ...

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