I could very well be positive. A sizeable proportion of both subsamples have prior experience in running a business. Owing to the lack of previous empirical studies regarding men business owners in stereotypically female fields and the exploratory nature of this study, no hypotheses are proposed at this time.
Men frequently described being locked up with people from the same neighborhoods and, furthermore, the impact of this on their experiences of sex and sexuality — underscoring the reach of incarceration in individual lives as well as its overwhelming community level impact on African American communities.
Given the deep bi-phobic undercurrents and hetero-normative political and economic organization of United States society, bisexuals have had to forge intentional and ongoing identity claims to be recognized — and yet these narratives serve to further marginalize non-hegemonic bisexualities i.
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