To be supportive, parents should talk openly and supportively with their teen about any problems or concerns. However, some LGB youth are more likely than their heterosexual peers to experience negative health and life outcomes. Learning, skills and training. Public services and transport. Go to reps guidance.
A systematic review of parental influences on the health and well-being of lesbian, gay, and bisexual youth:
One in three LGBT people have been harassed or bullied at work, says TUC
Pay, holiday and working hours. Experiences of discrimination, depression and anxiety among gay, lesbian, bisexual, trans and intersex peoplepp Diet and Nutrition Fitness 4Mind4Body: Being out at work: LGBT youth are nearly twice as likely to be called names, verbally harassed or physically assaulted at school compared to their non-LGBT peers. Adobe Reader is required to download PDF documents. Students who attended schools with GSAs reported fewer homophobic remarks, more intervention from school personnel and a greater sense of connectedness.
Ban zero-hours contracts, which leave LGBT workers at risk of discrimination as bosses can just withdraw hours from anyone who complains. Transgender Survey were most likely to have been sexually assaulted in their lifetime Nearly half 48 percent of bisexual women who are rape survivors experienced their first rape between ages 11 and School-based strategies to reduce suicidal ideation, suicide attempts, and discrimination among sexual minority and heterosexual adolescents in Western Canada. We also face higher rates of hate-motivated violence, which can often take the form of sexual assault. Links with this icon indicate that you are leaving the CDC website. The following are research-based steps parents can take to support the health and well-being of their LGB teen: