Differences in attitudes toward lesbians and gay men (ATLGM) held by Black and White Americans have rarely been studied systematically despite anecdotal evidence suggesting that Black Americans may be less accepting of lesbians and gay men than are White Americans. We tested the hypothesis that Black American’s ATLGM would be less positive than White Americans’ using data collected from 60 Black (36 female, 24 male) and 62 White (25 female, 37 male) students from a public university in the Midwestern United Sates. We found that Black students held generally neutral ATLGM whereas White students’ attitudes were slightly positive. This difference was mediated by racial group differences in right-wing authoritarianism.
Sex Roles – Springer Journals
Published: Nov 16, 2010
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