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Meyer, I. H. (2020). Generations: A Study of the Life and Health of LGB People in a Changing Society, USA, 2016–2019: Version 1. Electronic Data File. Inter-University Consortium for Political and Social Research.


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Paul Sullins, D. Reply to Strizzi and Di Nucci (2023b) on Ethical and Human Rights Concerns of Sexual Orientation Change Efforts. Arch Sex Behav 52, 2727–2730 (2023).

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