Year: 2002 Source: American Journal of Public Health, v.92, no.12, (December 2002), p.1883 SIEC No: 20040862

The current author contends that J Paul et al. earlier published a potentially misleading assertion, specifically, that literature concerning sexual orientation & suicide risks has been “primarily based on opportunistic samples.” He also criticizes their lack of sensitivity regarding the cultural contexts of subjects. J Paul et al. respond to these criticisms. (21 refs)