What is internalized homophobia? Internalized homophobia is a term used to describe the process by which LGBTQ+ individuals come to accept and believe negative stereotypes about themselves.
The psychological effects of being LGBTQ+ and growing up in a religious household can lead to a lifetime of harmful brainwashing and confusion for many people. There are ways to unlearn these toxic tendencies, but it takes time, patience, and self-compassion.
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✍️Abby Skye | Katie MulcahyMany musicians throughout history have identified with the LGBTQ+ spectrum and community. They express this identity and their emotions through music. Musicians such as these include Freddie Mercury from Queen (bisexual); Marie Ulven Ringheim from Girl In Red (queer); Mikaela Straus from King Princess (gay and genderqueer)