Journal of Religion and Health
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Two of the most unstable domains involved in identity formation, the religious and sexual domains, come into conflict when vulnerable populations of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community experience oppression from the indoctrination of religious beliefs that persecute their sexual orientation. This conflict, aptly termed identity incongruity in this article’s discourse, results in a schism that adversely affects these vulnerable populations. This paper investigates the roles of religion, spirituality and available institutional solutions to propose customized, culturally adapted, contextually based and collaborative community-level interventions that would facilitate the reconciliation of the conflicting identity domains.
Religion; LGBT; Identity incongruity; Community-level interventions
Community Psychology | Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Studies | Religion
Liboro, R. M.
Community-Level Interventions for Reconciling Conflicting Religious and Sexual Domains in Identity Incongruity.
Journal of Religion and Health, 54(4),