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This article is an autoethnographic account of one person’s struggle with homophobia. It chronicles the experiences and internal battle of the author as she struggles to understand and be accepting of homosexuality. The author identifies and discusses messages received, in early childhood and adulthood, as it relates to homosexuality and gender. These messages encompass religious ideology, as well as family and community beliefs toward gay/lesbian individuals.
Homophobe, Homophobia, Homosexuality, Gender, Gay/Lesbian
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Recommended APA Citation
McLaurin, S. (2003). Homophobia: An Autoethnographic Story. The Qualitative Report, 8(3), 481-486. https://doi.org/10.46743/2160-3715/2003.1882
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