Since IPV appears to be an issue as common and serious in same-gender relationships as in heterosexual ones, policies and practices should update to guarantee the same degree of protection Brown, The article concludes with recommendations for future directions. In conclusion, this study provides important insights into the violence experiences of lesbian, gay men, and bisexual women and men and the results may serve as an effective focal point for improving policy community-based support. The power of shame: Ryam, C.
Intimate partner violence reported by lesbian- gay- and bisexual-identified individuals living in Canada:
Stata Hoboken, NJ: These assumptions reinforced through cultural beliefs and practices and through social and political institutions such as the law, family structures and religious beliefs Fileborn, and thus become heteronormative see below. Conflict of Interest Statement The authors declare that the research was conducted in the absence of any commercial or financial relationships that could be construed as a potential conflict of interest.
Systemic perspectives on intimate partner violence treatment.