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Multiple Choice Question Blooms: UnderstandDifficulty: MediumHeading: Social Acceptance and Being OutTopic: Coming Out And Sexual Well-Being99. Being out about nonnormative sexual orientations:
Multiple Choice Question Blooms: UnderstandDifficulty: MediumHeading: Social Acceptance and Being OutTopic: Coming Out And Sexual Well-Being100.The process of being out:
Multiple Choice Question Blooms: UnderstandDifficulty: MediumHeading: Being Out—Steps Toward Well-BeingTopic: Coming Out And Sexual Well-Being101.Which of the following is true about LGBTQ people?They were historically allowed to love each other.They were urged to treat other gay men and lesbian women with dignity and equality.Even today, it is impossible to find love and to create family with other LGBTQ people.Until the 1960s, gay men could only love or have sex with heterosexual men, not other gay men.
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LGBTQ people experience a lower likelihood of sexual well-being when they integrate sexual orientation into their families and familial relationships.
Multiple Choice Question Blooms: UnderstandDifficulty: MediumHeading: Being Out—Steps Toward Well-BeingTopic: Coming Out And Sexual Well-Being102.Rhonda, a woman in her forties, was ostracized from her family after she declared that she is a lesbian. She sought the assistance of a LGBTQ support organization and this way she got in touch with other people her age, some others who were older than herself, and even young children, who were gay or bisexual. She formed extremely close and sympathetic relationships with these people. They even celebrate the traditional holidays like Thanksgiving together. The new people in Rhonda's life can be called her:

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