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M. Son Taylor Research Coordinator Health Studies

Son Taylor (They/Them) is the Research Coordinator for the Lavender Lab in the Department of Health Studies. They received their B.S. in Psychology from Towson University in Spring 2019. Their research interests include studying lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) racial/ethnic minorities through an intersectional lens. Their research focuses on minority stress, community connection and mental health among LGBT racial/ethnic minorities. They are interested in further investigating the interesectional experiences and unique resilience of LGBT racial/ethnic minorities.
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Lavender Lab

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Selected Publications

M. Paz Galupo, Son M. Taylor & David Cole Jr. (2019) “I Am Double The Bi”: Positive aspects of being both bisexual and biracial, Journal of Bisexuality, 19:2, 152-168, DOI: 10.1080/15299716.2019.1619066