This report explores identity construction among Seventh-day Adventist Homosexuals. The primary focus of this study looked at how peopled negotiated the conflicts between religious beliefs that prohibit homosexual behavior and their gay or lesbian sexual orientation. There were 37 participants who were interviewed for this study. The study found that through a series of processes and stages, gay and lesbian Adventists develop and use a variety of strategies that help them to accomplish identity construction.
Identity, construction, homosexuality
Drumm, Rene' D., "Becoming Gay and Lesbian: Identity Construction Among Seventh-day Adventist Homosexuals" (1998). Human Subject Research Archive. 77.