Feelings of Belonging: An Exploratory Analysis of the Sociopolitical Involvement of Black, Latina, and Asian/Pacific Islander Sexual Minority Women
Taylor & Francis (Routledge)
Journal of Homosexuality
This article compares and contrasts the sociopolitical involvement of Black, Latina, and Asian/Pacific Islander American sexual minority women within lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) communities of color. For the analysis, a sample of over 1,200 women from the Social Justice Sexuality project was analyzed. Findings indicate that, for all groups of women, feelings of connectedness to the LGBT community was the most significant predictor of sociopolitical involvement within LGBT communities of color.
Harris, Angelique; Battle, Juan; Pastrana, Antonio Jay Jr.; and Daniels, Jessie, "Feelings of Belonging: An Exploratory Analysis of the Sociopolitical Involvement of Black, Latina, and Asian/Pacific Islander Sexual Minority Women" (2015). Social and Cultural Sciences Faculty Research and Publications. 196.
Accepted version. Journal of Homosexuality, Vol. 62, No. 10 (2015): 1374-1397. DOI. © 2015 Taylor & Francis. Used with permission.