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It would seem to many people that the shared experience of culture and racial disadvantage among African Americans would create greater tolerance of inter- group differences.
We know, however, that heterosexism is no less problematic within African Americans as a group than it is in any other group.
This understanding is a necessary part of the process of the behavioral change that is often a goal in psychological treatment.
Other disciplines may view the constituents of identity from different perspectives, for example, legal identities and their political implications.
Throughout history they have experienced varying levels of tolerance for their sexual orientation, and share the same devalued position borne of racism and sexism as their heterosexual counterparts.
The intolerance of African American lesbians expressed in homophobia/heterosexism within the African American community has a range of determinants.
Whether a person is socially privileged or socially disadvantaged affects not only psyche but behavior as well.
Clinicians who do not appreciate the importance of this social positioning and its effects cannot fully appreciate the nature of a patient's struggles or experience.