Gay health care
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Metrics details. The relationship between users and health services is considered essential to strengthen the quality of care. However, the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender population suffer from prejudice and discrimination in access and use of these services. This study aimed to identify the difficulties associated with homosexuality in access and utilization of health services. The studies were evaluated according to predefined inclusion and exclusion criterias. The electronic databases search resulted in studies, of which 14 met all inclusion criteria.
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6 Major Health Disparities Affecting the LGBTQ+ Community
LGBT topics in medicine are those that relate to lesbian , gay , bisexual , and transgender access to health services. Many avoid or delay care or receive inappropriate or inferior care because of perceived or real homophobia or transphobia and discrimination by health care providers and institutions;  in other words, negative personal experience, the assumption or expectation of negative experience based on knowing of history of such experience in other LGBT people, or both. It is often pointed out that the reason of this is heterosexism in medical care and research:  .
Health advocates representing American hospitals, medical groups, insurers and civil rights associations condemned the Trump administration on Saturday for rolling back protections for transgender patients, and for doing so amid a global pandemic. The new rule , long sought by conservatives and the religious right, narrows the legal definition of sex discrimination in the Affordable Care Act so that it omits protection for transgender people. It also opens the door for health care providers to refuse to treat patients who have had abortions. The move is part of a broad set of policy changes that weaken safeguards for transgender people across multiple sectors, including education, employment and housing.