Cream for my Wife: A Lesbian Hucow Transformation and Breast Expansion Fantasy (Project: Lactis Alpha Book 5)

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Cream for my Wife: A Lesbian Hucow Transformation and Breast Expansion Fantasy (Project: Lactis Alpha Book 5)

Cream for my Wife: A Lesbian Hucow Transformation and Breast Expansion Fantasy (Project: Lactis Alpha Book 5)

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Zaritsky and Dibble (2010) [ 21] reports a subset of results from a previously published paper by [ 23] which compared breast cancer risk factors between lesbians and their heterosexual sisters. No women participated in both studies and by combining the two parent studies, the sample for this study increased to 330 self-identified lesbian, 48 bisexual, and 595 heterosexual women with a breast cancer diagnosis. This is because the first three studies compared lesbian survey results to the full national survey results whereas the second two studies had sexual orientation measured within national surveys so could compare within the survey itself. Similarly, income and education were significantly associated with cognitive avoidance and sexual identity; however, income and college education (one of the mediators) were strongly correlated; so only education was included in multivariate analyses. Our hypotheses that parental responsibility would explain the differences in coping found between lesbian and heterosexual women were partially supported.

The only realistic way to establish rates in LB women compared to heterosexual women would be to collect sexual orientation within routine statistics, including Cancer Registry data or from large cohort studies. g., targeted community outreach and respondent referrals), which provided an overall sample of 438 breast cancer survivors in this parent study. It had the largest sample of lesbians (n = 665) and bisexual women (n = 309) which were compared to a much larger sample of heterosexual women (n = 86,418).Four risk modelling studies, one population incidence model and six risk factor estimates came from the USA. Women were also asked to self-report cancer disease stage at the time of interview and type of treatments received, including surgery, chemotherapy, radiation, and/or hormone therapy ( e. A systematic review of breast cancer incidence risk prediction models with meta-analysis of their performance. Also, women whose sisters had already died (possibly from breast cancer) would also not have been eligible to take part in the study. Cochran SD, Mays VM, Bowen D, Gage S, Bybee D, Roberts SJ, et al: Cancer-related risk indicators and preventive screening behaviors among lesbians and bisexual women.

Although limited in scope, these studies reported that lesbian-identified women engaged in more active and adaptive coping strategies, including less cognitive avoidance and less fatalism than did heterosexual women. Also, it is unclear at present as to why lesbians are lesbians but if it is associated with alterations of hormone levels such as oestrogen and progesterone, differential rates of breast cancer could be experienced.The second parent study relied exclusively on targeted recruitment from the community through the Dr. You can change your choices at any time by visiting Cookie preferences, as described in the Cookie notice.



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