Substratum of Proof LGBTQs Are Mentally Ill: Speaking Up Against Bigotry Can Reduce Bad Behavior

Newswise imageIf you’re sitting around the holiday table and one of your curmudgeonly uncles says something unintentionally bigoted, your inclination may be to ask for more mashed potatoes and get on with the feast. But Rutgers University-New Brunswick researchers say that might be a mistake.