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Negative feelings    about sex

makes gays   feel low

Washington: The traditional advice to gay men to fight, deny, or minimise their homosexuality only increases depression, greater isolation and poorer sexual health, warned a scientist.
Negative feelings about sex makes gays feel low
“In short, viewing homosexuality as a disorder is not only inaccurate, it may be harmful as well,” said Simon Rosser, researcher at the Minnesota University School of Public Health, who led the study on gays.
“This study is a missing link in our understanding of the relationship between sexuality and health,” he said. “It provides new evidence that negative attitudes towards homosexuality, not homosexuality itself, are associated with both poorer mental and sexual health outcomes seen in sexual minorities,” he added.
For more than 150 years, scholars and educators debated whether homosexuality is an objective disorder or whether societal prejudice, not homosexuality, leads to the elevated rates of depression, drug use, and HIV/STD epidemics seen in studies of gay men, Rosser said. This study tested both theories, reports Eurekalert.
Participating in the HIV prevention seminar, 422 Midwestern gay and bisexual men completed surveys assessing their homosexualtiy, positive or negative attitudes towards their orientation, besides a range of mental and sexual health variables, for the study.
The study will appear in the September issue of the Journal of Homosexuality.

Sexually active   girls more likely to    suffer from    depression   than   virgins

A new study has found that young girls who are sexually active are far more likely to suffer from depression than those who remain virgins.
Sexually active girls more likely to suffer from depression than virgins
Researchers found that teenage sex leaves many girls with feelings of guilt and low self-esteem, reports the Daily Telehgraph.
After conducting a study of more than 14,000 US teens aged between 14 and 17, researchers said the feelings could be directly ascribed to sexual activity, rather than outside influences.
The study found that having sex doubled the chances of girls becoming depressed, with 19 per cent of those who had sex exhibiting symptoms of depression, compared with 9.2 per cent who had abstained.
Researchers also found that the mental health of boys in the same age group did not correlate with sexually active.
Christian Medical Fellowship chairman Dr Trevor Stammers said the study showed that most girls, “retrospectively showed regret about early intercourse.”
The study is published in the Journal of Health Economics.

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