Domestic Violence’s in the LBGTQ community

Students will develop, record, and execute a presentation based on core class issues and specific class topics and current events. My topic will be on: (Domestic Violence’s in the LBGTQ community)

Domestic Violence’s in the LBGTQ community

Students will develop, record, and execute a presentation based on core class issues and specific class topics and current events. My topic will be on: (Domestic Violence’s in the LBGTQ community). Subject matter will conform to the student’s final paper topic and should cover an aspect of that research.  Further, presentation should be approximately 15 minutes long.  Students will be evaluated on preparation and understanding of the subject matter, as well as presentation skills.  Also, please create a nice power point for me.

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Domestic Violence and the LGBTQ Community

Because the majority of the domestic violence awareness movement has focused on heterosexual relationships, members of the LGBTQ community have been largely left out of the movement.

9 Quick Statistics about Domestic Violence and the LGBTQ Community

43.8% of lesbian women and 61.1% of bisexual women have experienced rape, physical violence, and/or stalking by an intimate partner at some point in their lifetime, as opposed to 35% of heterosexual women.

26% of gay men and 37.3% of bisexual men have experienced rape, physical violence. Or  stalking by an intimate partner in their lifetime, in comparison to 29% of heterosexual men.

In a study of male same sex relationships, only 26% of men called the police for assistance after experiencing near-lethal violence.

In 2012, fewer than 5% of LGBTQ survivors of intimate partner violence sought orders of protection.

Bisexual victims are more likely to experience sexual violence, compared to people who do not identify as bisexual.

Black/African American victims are more likely to experience physical intimate partner violence. Compared to those who do not identify as Black/African American.

LGBTQ white victims are more likely to experience sexual violence, compared to those who do not identify as white.

LGBTQ victims on public assistance are more likely to experience intimate partner violence compared to those who are not on public assistance.

 

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