
N = 672 
N = 647 
orientation (percent) in the past 12 months 
(6.0%) 
(2.9%) 
Frequency / Incidence: Harassed vs. NonHarassed Odds Ratio: Harassed vs. NonHarassed Confidence Interval: 95% Pearson's Chi square, one degree of freedom. (Percentage of category accounted for by "harassed" group.) 
37.5% vs. 19.8% 1.2<2.4<4.8

47.4% vs. 33.1% 0.73<1.8<4.6

Frequency / Incidence: Harassed vs. NonHarassed Odds Ratio: Harassed vs. NonHarassed Confidence Interval: 95% Pearson's Chi square, one degree of freedom. (Percentage of category accounted for by "harassed" group.) 
28.2% vs. 15.3% 1.0<2.2<4.5

47.4% vs. 28.4% 0.9<2.3<5.7

Frequency / Incidence: Harassed vs. NonHarassed Odds Ratio: Harassed vs. NonHarassed Confidence Interval: 95% Pearson's Chi square, one degree of freedom. (Percentage of category accounted for by "harassed" group.) 
19.4% vs. 4.1% 2.2<5.6<14.1

29.4% vs. 10.8% 1.2<3.4<10.1

Frequency / Incidence: Harassed vs. NonHarassed Odds Ratio: Harassed vs. NonHarassed Confidence Interval: 95% Pearson's Chi square, one degree of freedom. (Percentage of category accounted for by "harassed" group.) 
19.4% vs 1.7% 4.9<13.8<39.0

23.5% vs 5.2% 1.7<5.6<18.1

Attention: Risk Ratio / Greater Likelihood Frequency / Incidence: Harassed vs. NonHarassed Odds Ratio: Harassed vs. NonHarassed Confidence Interval: 95% Pearson's Chi square, one degree of freedom. (Percentage of category accounted for by "harassed" group.) 
11.8% vs. 1.06% 3.1<11.7<43.5

in harassed group received medical attention. 
Q91: "Have you ever been threatened or hurt because someone thought you were gay, lesbian, or bisexual?" Responses: Yes, No, Not sure. For Analysis: 'Not Sure = "No"  "During the past 12 months..." Q 22: "...did you ever feel so sad or hopeless almost every day for two weeks or more in a row that you stopped doing some usual activities?" Q23: "...did you ever seriously consider attempting suicide? Q25: "...how many times did you actually attempt suicide?" Q26: "...if you attempted suicide, did any attempt result in injury, poisoning, or overdose that had to be treated by a doctor or nurse?