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ItemO abandono afetivo e a vulnerabilidade de LGBTQIAP+(Universidade Federal de Goiás, 2021-10-29) Nunes, Evelyn Costa; Tavares, Silvana Beline; Ornelas, Sofia Alves Valle; Ornelas, Sofia Alves Valle; Tavares, Silvana Beline; Oliveira, Bruna Pinotti Garcia; Moi, Fernanda de Paula FerreiraFamily dynamics is governed by consolidated rights and duties for this group to fulfill its function. The entities have the duty of mutually providing care, affection, moral, psychic and material assistance. There are also consequences for non-compliance with these that can occur through the repair of damages. How does affective abandonment, which intends to blame the moral damages caused by non-compliance with the duty to give affection to their children. Such abandonment, unfortunately, is very much experienced by people whose sexual orientation and gender identity are outside the social standard imposed by heterocisnormativity. In this framework, the objective of understanding how emotional abandonment can be determinant for the increased vulnerability of LGBTQIAP+ and the possibility of civil reparation for the dignity of the violated human person is included. Furthermore, the problem addressed was: how does affective abandonment make this population vulnerable and could it be civilly redressed? Such perspectives will be dialogued through the referential of Pierre Bourdieu and Simone de Bevouair. The methodology consisted of a literature review of scientific articles, doctrines and norms, as well as data collection from interviews with four LGBTQIAP+ people, of legal age and residing in the state of Goiás, approved by the Ethics Committee of the UFG, who sought to prove the harm suffered by those affected by family rejection. The hypothetical-deductive method was used, combined with qualitative bibliographic research. In order to test the hypotheses that emotional abandonment makes the LGBTQIAP+ population even more vulnerable and that, in the majority, this is increased by financial abandonment, which are concluded to be proven.