Gays in Antigay States Prone to Depression

Published on March 4 2010 No Comment
Gays in Antigay States Prone to Depression

Gays and lesbians who live in states that ban gay marriage like Mississippi are more likely to suffer from alcoholism, mood disorder, or anxiety according to a study by the American Public Health Association.

Researchers report that people who live in states without any recognition for same-sex couples are 248.2% more likely to experience general anxiety than gays who live in states with marriage recognition.

Full story at Advocate.com.