This study was published in the Drug and Alcohol Review in 2016. It examined the available research associated with alcohol-related disparities among lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender individuals and identified gaps that still need to be addressed. The study examined existing research on these topics as well as made recommendations for further study. One of the identified gaps is research on the intersection within sexual identity in transgender and gender non-conforming people. Additionally, there is a lack of research on how sexual and relationship partners affect a person’s pattern of alcohol use.

This study was published by the National Center for Biotechnology Information.  The full study can be read here.



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