Intersectional microaggressions, depressive symptoms, and the role of LGBTQ-specific parental support in a sample of Latinx sexual and gender minority youth has just been published in Journal of Adolescence!
The study aimed to examine whether LGBTQ-specific parental support buffered the
effects of intersectional microaggressions on depressive symptoms for Latinx SGM youth. It was found that Latinx transgender youth experienced higher intersectional microaggressions relative to their cisgender counterparts, also, Latinx SGM youth who reported lower LGBTQ-specific parental support experienced higher depressive symptoms.
To read more about this study, you can read the full article here. To view all of the lab’s publications, see our Publications page.