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Systemic discrimination worsens health outcomes for minority boys and men by Liz Entman Jun.
Several factors work against minority boys and men, leading to higher rates of trauma, substance use, depression and violence, according to the report.
The report cited statistics indicating that minority boys and men and those who identify as LGBTQI are at a higher risk for HIV and AIDS and have higher rates of suicide, smoking and being bulled and harassed than heterosexual boys and men. They are also more often targeted for hate crimes.
Among men who report an instance of depression over their lifetime, the percentage of African-American men who experience depression lasting longer than a year is significantly higher than white men, at 56 percent compared with 38 percent, according to the report.
Men have a higher risk of becoming victims of crime and violence, according to the report. Generating more public awareness was also included as a critical factor in improving health for minority groups.
The report recommended increased funding for federal research and for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to monitor gun violence and support firearm injury prevention research. It also recommended an increase in therapeutic support for families and called for the integration of comprehensive assessments into clinical practice that include screenings for physical and mental health concerns during primary and specialty health care visits.—This report presents data on the prevalence of oral sex with opposite-sex partners and the timing of first oral sex relative to first vaginal intercourse among females and males aged 15–24 based on .
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The Schott Foundation for Public Education released its biennial report about black males in U.S. public schools on Wednesday, estimating that 59 percent of black males graduated from high school.
When Men Murder Women is an annual report prepared by the Violence Policy Center detailing the reality of homicides committed against females by single male offenders. The study analyzes the most recent Supplementary Homicide Report. Bisexual males and females report poorer health than gays, lesbians and heterosexuals, according to a new study from sociologists at Rice University. The Kinsey Reports are two books on human sexual behavior, Sexual Behavior in the Human Male () and Sexual Behavior in the Human Female (), written by Alfred Kinsey, Paul Gebhard, Wardell Pomeroy and others and published by Saunders.