Predicting Homonegativity from Conservation Values and Gender
The present research explored the relationship between personal "conservation" values, gender, and homonegativity. Results indicated that prioritizing conservation values strongly predicted greater homophobic attitudes for both men and women, with strongest effects for men. Masculine identities that value security, tradition, and conformity may be most likely to experience homonegativity.
Washer, Jordyn, "Predicting Homonegativity from Conservation Values and Gender" (2018). University Research Symposium. 157.