Investigation led by the UBC college of nursing has determined that progressive political attitudes and supportive communities resulted in decrease noted rates of self-damage and suicidal ideation by bisexual and lesbian ladies in B.C. communities.
The analysis took in info from the 2013 British Columbia Adolescent Well being Survey—in which suicide tries, self-damage behaviors, and suicidal views ended up noted by sexual-minority students, between other facts—and from neighborhood-amount supportive environments and the final results of the 2013 B.C. provincial elections.
Survey responses from 2,678 self-identified LGB and heterosexual students (69 percent of which ended up ladies) from 274 educational facilities