After nearly three decades of scholarship, it is no longer contestable that intimate partner violence (IPV) is found within gay, lesbian, and bisexual (LGB) communities just as it is in heterosexual partnerships. However, much of the research has been devoted to comparing heterosexual to same-sex couples and we know much less about the specific experience of bisexual-identified people. In this research we aimed to address these gaps by providing a look at within-group variations of LGB-identified individuals and their experiences of IPV.
Barrett, Betty J. and St. Pierre, Melissa
"Intimate Partner Violence in Canadian LGB Communities,"
CRDCN Research Highlight/RCCDR en évidence: Vol. 1
, Article 1.
Available at: http://ir.lib.uwo.ca/crdcn_rccdr/vol1/iss6/1