Beyond Coming Out: New Insights About GLBQ College Students of Color

Highlights major findings from the Ohio State University's Center for Higher Education Enterprise research studies on the "coming out" experiences of gay, lesbian, bisexual, non-heterosexual, same gender loving, or other sexual orientation identifying GLBQ college students, particularly students of color. The purpose of the report is to capture how GLBQ college students of color identify, how they deploy sexual identity labels, and how their identity impacts their experiences  in the college setting.

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