What does it mean to be male, Black and homosexual in the United States? In this study of 191 such men, William H. Alexander examines whether racial identity conflict and homosexual identity conflict contribute to depression in Black gay men. Alexander reports that being Black, a Black male, and a homosexual puts one in a vulnerable position that requires that he cope with a variety of stereotypes from every society with which he interacts. This pressure contributes to depression in this population.
Alexander, William H.
"Homosexual and Racial Identity Conflicts and Depression Among African‐American Gay Males,"
Trotter Review: Vol. 16:
1, Article 8.
Available at: https://scholarworks.umb.edu/trotter_review/vol16/iss1/8