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  1. A place at the blackboard: LGBTIQ.(lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersexed, and queer/questioning individuals)(Report): An article from: Multicultural Education by Todd A. Savage, Debra A. Harley, 2009-06-22
  2. Education, Research, and Practice in Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgendered Psychology: A Resource Manual (Psychological Perspectives on Lesbian & Gay Issues)
  3. Crossing the 'gay--straight' divide: the Rainbow Project (trp) held its annual Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Intersex Awareness Week with the ... RIGHTS): An article from: Sister Namibia by Ndeshi Uushona, Liz Frank, 2007-10-01
  4. A fine example.(The Harvey Milk Institute Guide to Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer Internet Research)(Book Review): An article from: The Australian Library Journal by Teresa Savage, 2003-05-01
  5. Lesbian/gay/bisexual/transgendered committee. (Committee Corner).: An article from: Peace and Freedom by Chris Morin, 2003-01-01
  6. Voice for the voiceless: RedBone, a press for LGBT writers of color, rises from the ashes to make a mark in publishing.(Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, ... ): An article from: Black Issues Book Review by Reginald Harris, 2005-09-01
  7. Fight my battles: gay pride month special, June 2005: books to tackle life's legal complications in the black LGBT community.(out)(lesbian, gay, bisexual ... An article from: Black Issues Book Review by Steven G. Fullwood, Lyons Larry D., 2005-05-01
  8. Our Place on Campus: Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender Services and Programs in Higher Education (The Greenwood Educators' Reference Collection)
  9. Therapeutic Perspectives on Working With Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual Clients (Pink Therapy, 2)
  10. Out & About Campus: Personal Accounts by Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender College Students
  11. The Shared Heart: Portraits And Stories Celebrating Lesbian, Gay, And Bisexual Young People by Adam Mastoon, 1997-11-05
  12. Sexual Orientation And Mental Health: Examining Identity And Development in Lesbian, Gay, And Bisexual People (Contemporary Perspectives on Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Psychology)
  13. The Health of Sexual Minorities: Public Health Perspectives on Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Populations
  14. Courage to Love: Liturgies for the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Community by Geoffrey Duncan, 2002-05

101. Databases & Indexes To Articles - Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual And Transgender Studies
Indexes Gay, Lesbian, bisexual and Transgender studies Texas at Austin fulltext of articles available About Gender studies Database 1972 present., Lesbian, Bisexual and

102. SULAIR: Research Quick Start Guides: Lesbian/Gay/Bisexual Studies
Sexual Diversity studies Gay, Lesbian, bisexual Transgender Abstracts, (1997and earlier to present) Stanford only. Lesbian Periodicals Index (Green
skip to main navigation Area Studies Engineering General Government Humanities Interdisciplinary New Databases Numeric Data Science Social Sciences Statistics Archive of Recorded Sound Biology (Falconer) Bing Wing Business (Jackson) Eng.(Swain) Earth Sciences (Branner) East Asia Education (Cubberley) Engineering Government Docs. (Jonsson) Green Library Hoover Institution Information Center Lane Reading Room Law (Crown) Map Collections Marine Biology (Miller) Sciences Media and Microtext Medical (Lane) Meyer Music Physics Special Collections Social Science Social Sciences Resource Center Stanford Auxiliary Library SLAC Library
How Do I Find?
Research Quick Start Guides Any Topic Guide for PWR students ... RESEARCH QUICK START GUIDES
Research Quick Start Guides
Lesbian/Gay/Bisexual Studies
Guides to Information Encyclopedias Literature Indexes ... Internet See also Research Quick Start Guides on Women in Society and AIDS and HIV
Guides to Information and Research Methods
Guides to information and research methods can help you get started. Homosexuality: a Research Guide (Green Library Information Center Z7164.S42D96 1987) lists and describes a wealth of resources from "the full spectrum of points of view." Includes a subject and personal name index.

103. LGBTQ Homepage
Click in the Table of Contents (at left) for gay and lesbian studies and resourceson campus and on the net. Check out the Minor in studies in Sexuality.
Table of Contents
LGBTQ homepage
Community Links Minor in Studies in Sexuality Student services
For more information contact:
Dr. Barry Adam
University of Windsor
Room 157-2 Chrysler Hall South
401 Sunset
Windsor Ontario
(519) 253-3000 ext. 3497
e-mail: adam
fax: WELCOME to the University of Windsor's LGBTQ-friendly webpages
  • Take a look at the new PhD in Sociology specializing in Social Justice
  • Participate in Out on Campus , the campus student group, and listen to Queer Radio on CJAM.
    • Click in the Table of Contents (at left) for gay and lesbian studies and resources on campus and on the net. Check out the Minor in Studies in Sexuality
    • Check out the Rainbow Award for LGBT students in Windsor.
    • Follow links to community groups local, national, and international.
    • Find more about student services on campus.

104. Resources
Columbia University Press Gay Lesbian studies Series Gay LesbianLiterature Syllabus The National Coalition for Gay, Lesbian bisexual Youth.
GLBT Web Portals
StoneWall Society
Current News
GayWire Ticker, breaking news
PlanetOut News

News articles, worldwide
Resource Lists and Directories
Internet Portal LGB Listings
Yahoo Go Network Lycos Excite ... Northern Light For Regional Information, see Yahoo listings under states and cities, e.g., Boston Philadelphia Washington,DC CyberSocket
Referrals, counseling, directories
Queer Resource Directory
archives 25,000 lbgt documents, since 1991
OutProud Resource Directory
glbt youth coalition
Gay and Lesbian search engine
Books and 'Zines "Links to books, magazines, e-zines, poetry, bibliographies, short fiction and shopping of interest to the gay, lesbian and bisexual community"
GayPoetry Online
"Showcases the poetic voices within the lesbian, gay bisexual and transgender community"

105. New Data On Lesbian, Gay And Bisexual Mental Health
A new study of gay and lesbian youth finds that they are only slightly more The study also found that bisexual women had significantly poorer mental
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New data on lesbian, gay and bisexual mental health New findings overturn previous beliefs. BY TORI DeANGELIS The results of several breakthrough studies are offering new insights on gay men, lesbians and bisexuals. Among the key findings: * Several studies suggest that gay men, lesbians and bisexuals appear to have higher rates of some mental disorders compared with heterosexuals, although not to the level of a serious pathology. Discrimination may help fuel these higher rates. * A study found lesbians reported equally strong levels of mental health as their heterosexual sisters and higher self-esteem. * A new study of gay and lesbian youth finds that they are only slightly more likely than heterosexual youth to attempt suicide, refuting previous research that suggested much higher rates. Researchers say these studies demonstrate the need for better, more tailored psychological treatment for lesbian, gay and bisexual (LGB) people. Population-based studies Several large population-based public health studies are discussed in the November American Psychologist (Vol. 56, No. 11)

106. Div 44 Home Page
The Society for the Psychological Study of Lesbian, Gay and bisexual Issues Added Guidelines for Psychotherapy with Lesbian, Gay and bisexual Clients

Contact Info



... Webmaster
Welcome To Division 44
Welcome to the web site for Division 44: The Society for the Psychological Study of Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual Issues The Society for the Psychological Study of Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual Issues was founded in 1985 as a Division of the American Psychological Association to represent sexual orientation issues within and beyond the Association. With over 1500 members in all categories, Division 44 represents all 50 states, the District of Columbia, and the following eleven foreign countries: Australia. Canada, Colombia, Cuba, Germany, Greece, Hong Kong, Italy, Netherlands, People's Republic of China, and Taiwan. By striving to advance the contribution of psychological research in understanding lesbian, gay, and bisexual issues, Division 44 works to promote the education of psychologists and the general public. It also acts to inform psychologists, and the general public, about relevant research, educational, and service activities. We hope that you find the information on these web pages beneficial and informative to you. Should you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us. A list of people who will be able to answer your questions can be accessed by clicking

107. LGBT Studies Certificate Program
Lesbian, Gay, bisexual, Transgender (LGBT) studies at the University of Coloradoat Boulder is an interdisciplinary program encompassing more than 20
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender Studies
Certificate Program

University of Colorado at Boulder, College of Arts and Sciences
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender (LGBT) Studies at the University of Colorado at Boulder is an interdisciplinary program encompassing more than 20 courses in a dozen departments. LGBT Studies involves the academic investigation of sexuality in established fields such as literature, history, theatre, law, medicine, economics, sociology, anthropology and political science. With its interdisciplinary approach, LGBT Studies interweaves complex theories and analysis into the study of sexuality.
Through the certificate program and the guidance of faculty advisors, students are given an opportunity to integrate a wide variety of courses offered in the humanities, social sciences and natural sciences, to extend and deepen their knowledge and understanding of societies and cultures and to relate that understanding to lived experience. Certificate Program Requirements Course Descriptions Spring 2005 Courses Fall 2005 Courses LGBT Faculty Faculty Advising Scholarship Resource Center Links to Useful LGBT Sites Lavendar Graduation
To view course listings from past semesters, go

108. The Haworth Press Focus On Your Field- Gay/ Lesbian /Bisexual /Transgender Studi
Gay/ Lesbian /bisexual /Transgender studies Lesbian, Gay, bisexual, andTransgender Participation in AfricanInspired Traditions in the Americas

Gay/ Lesbian /Bisexual /Transgender Studies

Recent, New or Forthcoming Titles in
Gay/ Lesbian /Bisexual /Transgender Studies Save when you purchase any of the titles listed below. Please use code when checking out.
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Anything but Straight

Unmasking the Scandals and Lies Behind the Ex-Gay Myth Community Organizing Against Homophobia and Heterosexism

The World Through Rainbow-Colored Glasses Couples of Mixed HIV Status
Clinical Issues and Interventions Dangerous Families
Queer Writing on Surviving The Drag King Anthology Escort Tales The Trophy Boy and Other Stories Fatherhood for Gay Men An Emotional and Practical Guide to Becoming a Gay Dad Gay Catholic Priests and Clerical Sexual Misconduct Breaking the Silence Gay Men’s Sexual Stories Getting It! Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender People with Developmental Disabilities and Mental Retardation Stories of the Rainbow Support Group How It Feels to Have a Gay or Lesbian Parent A Book by Kids for Kids of All Ages Icelandic Lives The Queer Experience Lesbian Rites Symbolic Acts and the Power of Community Lesbian Women and Sexual Health The Social Construction of Risk and Susceptibility Men, Homosexuality, and the Gods

109. FS: Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual And Transgender Youth Issues
A study of 2621 gay and bisexual men 15 to 25 years of age in 10 US cities A Report on Lesbian, Gay, bisexual, and Transgendered Youth in the New York
Back to Fact Sheets
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Youth Issues
(Taken from the SIECUS Report, Volume 29, Number 4 - April/May 2001) During adolescence, young people form their sexual identity. This SIECUS Fact Sheet reviews research on sexual orientation during adolescence and presents the available statistics on lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) students. Many of the studies are regional or local. Much of the research focuses on samples of LGBT youth that are disproportionately at risk. Sexual Self-Concept, Orientation, and Identity
  • Sexual self-concept is an individual’s evaluation of his or her sexual feelings and actions
  • Developing a sexual self-concept is a key developmental task of adolescence
  • During adolescence, young people tend to experience their first adult erotic feelings, experiment with sexual behaviors, and develop a strong sense of their own gender identity and sexual orientation
  • Gender identification includes understanding that a person is male or female as well as understanding the roles, values, duties, and responsibilities of being a man or a woman
Sexual Orientation during Adolescence These statistics are from a report written by the Safe Schools Coalition of Washington that describes several other studies:
  • In Seattle, of 8,406 respondents in the ninth to twelfth grades, 4.5 percent of respondents described themselves as gay, lesbian, and bisexual (GLB). Ninety-one percent described themselves as heterosexual. Another four percent indicated that they were “not sure” of their orientations.

110. Minnesota's List Of Gay Lesbian Bisexual Transgender Scholarships
While the SRG project sustains the commitment of lesbian/gay studies to recognizing To be eligible, you must be a lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender
Minnesota Gay/Lesbian/Bisexual/Transgender Educational Fund
Minnesota's List of Gay Lesbian Bisexual Transgender Scholarships
This list includes: If you know of others, please tell us. We can be reached at . Thanks.
Scholarships for GLBT students:
USA - National Scholarships:
National: American Atheists Gay/Lesbian College Scholarship
The American Atheists Gay/Lesbian College Scholarship (Dr. Richard Chinn Fund) is a $500 grant to an outstanding gay/lesbian Atheist activist.
Award amount is $500. Application deadline is March 30th.
For more info, see:
National: Anthropology: Kenneth W. Payne Student Prize Competition
The Kenneth W. Payne Student Prize is presented each year by the Society of Lesbian and Gay Anthropologists (SOLGA) to a graduate student in acknowledgement of outstanding work on a lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgendered topic in anthropology. Submissions are encouraged from graduate students in any of the four fields of anthropology.
Additional information is available at

111. Oberlin College Library - Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual Studies Resources
Gay/Lesbian/bisexual studies Resources. Home Staff Library News OBIS Aska Librarian Hours Site Map. border, border, border, border, border
Gay/Lesbian/Bisexual Studies Resources
Home Staff Library News OBIS ... Site Map Internet Gateways Queer Resources Directory
Yahoo's Gay, Lesbian, and Bisexual Resources
see also Oberlin College Library and OhioLINK Databases for Sociology and Women's Studies Go to Research Guides Search the Library Web Site for Maintained by the Oberlin College Library. Contact: . Updated: July 7, 2003

112. PEOPLE WITH A HISTORY: An Online Guide To Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual And Trans* Hist
Lesbian, Gay, bisexual and Trans* History. Site Maintainer Paul Halsall In addition to texts, the site includes other aides to help you study,
Halsall Home Ancient History Sourcebook Medieval Sourcebook Modern History Sourcebook
Other History Sourcebooks: African East Asian Indian Islamic ... Byzantine P eople w ith a H istory
An Online Guide to
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Trans* History
Site Maintainer: Paul Halsall
CLASSICAL : MIDI: Butch MIDI: Mascara MIDI: Death Climax
HOLLYWOOD : MIDI: Rainbow MIDI: Cabaret MIDI: Arabia
DISCO: MIDI: Young Man MIDI: Gloria MIDI: Survivor
Play any of the above for appropriate music for browsing! [Jump Directly to Contents Introduction P eople w ith a H istory presents the history of lesbians, gay men, bisexuals and transgendered people [=LGBT]. It includes hundreds of original texts, discussions, and [soon] images, and addresses LGBT history in all periods, and in all regions of the world. Browse the Contents guide below to access a series of large index pages which will then link you directly to the texts and images that interest you. In addition to texts, the site includes other aides to help you study, or just make sense of LGBT history - note especially the guide to online bibliographies and the onsite bibliography [which is the most up-to-date and complete bibliography of LGBT history available] If you want to learn more about the goals behind this site, see the introductory chapters

113. NCLR - Adoption By Lesbian, Gay, And Bisexual Parents: An Overview Of Current La
National Center for Lesbian Rights provides legal information, counseling, In all other states, lesbian, gay and bisexual individuals are,
PROJECTS: Elder Law Family Law Sports Immigration ... Youth
NCLR Headquarters

870 Market St.
Suite 370
San Francisco, CA 94102
Florida Regional Office

3150 Fifth Ave.
North, Suite 325 St. Petersburg, FL 33713 Phone Fax Email Washington, D.C. Regional Office 1325 Massachusetts Ave., NW, Suite 600 Washington, DC 20005 Phone Email ADOPTION BY LESBIAN, GAY AND BISEXUAL PARENTS: AN OVERVIEW OF CURRENT LAW Updated January 2004 To download the *.pdf version of this document, please click here Click here to return to the publications page
    A. A Growing Number of Children Live In Families With Two Same-Sex Parents.
    Until recent decades, most children of lesbian, gay and bisexual parents were the offspring of heterosexual relationships where one of the parents later discovered his or her sexual orientation. In recent years, however, the increasing availability of donor insemination and progress in combating anti-gay discrimination among private and public adoption agencies has resulted in a dramatic increase in the number of lesbian, gay and bisexual couples who are planning families and parenting children. Some studies have estimated that six million or more children in the United States today are being raised in families headed by same-sex parents.
  • 114. GLBTQ Youth
    Over 39 percent of all gay, lesbian, and bisexual youth reported being In one study, 28 percent of gay and bisexual youth dropped out of school due to
    Home Publications The Facts
    ... For Parents
    Join Advocates' Mailing List
    E-mail address: Your age group: Select One Age 24 or less Age 25 or over
    Related Resources: Creating Safe Space for GLBTQ Youth: A Toolkit Publications on GLBTQ Youth Youth Resource Ambiente Joven The Facts
    GLBTQ Youth
    Also available in [ PDF ] format.
    Gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender and questioning (GLBTQ) youth face tremendous difficulties in a society where heterosexuality often seems the only acceptable orientation, homosexuality is regarded as deviant, and variation from cultural concepts of "normal gender" often evokes hostility or violence. Research shows that homophobia and heterosexism greatly contribute to GLBTQ youth's high rates of attempted and completed suicide, violence victimization, substance abuse, teenage pregnancy, and HIV-associated risky behaviors. However, some programs offer GLBTQ youth the skills and support they need to develop into healthy adults.
    Awareness of Sexual Orientation and Gender Comes Early.
    • Research suggests that sexual orientation is likely determined during early childhood.[

    115. Study Abroad For LGBT Students
    on study abroad programs for gay/lesbian/bisexual/transgender students. Are there any study abroad progams which focus on lesbian/gay studies or
    Q: One of the students on my campus wants to study abroad. What programs are friendly to LGB and T students? Are there any study abroad progams which focus on lesbian/gay studies or queer studies? A: There is special interest group that's part of the Association of International Educators (formerly National Association of Foreigh Student Advisers). Visit their site at: . The study abroad section includes: What a study abroad office can do; GLBT Perspectives and Study Abroad Orientations; Questions for GLBT Orientation Panelists; and AIDS and Study Abroad Also, the GLBT aspect of study abroad experiences can be entirely extracurricular in nature. One does not need to take gay/lesbian study courses to explore LGBT life in another country. Based on your field of study, there may be other programs much more appropriate for your long term career goals. Due to the small number of courses currently offered at at many colleges and universities on LGBT topics, some students might seek these type of courses out as a part of their study abroad experience to broaden their knowledge of this area, particularly if they expect to pursue graduate studies which may address these issues/information. Here is some information on program/opportunities in specific countries which was garnered via a few GLBT listservs: Netherlands: School for International Training The School for International Training (SIT) launched the the first-ever undergraduate lesbian, gay and bisexual study abroad program in February, 1994 in the Netherlands. The semester-long program, open to students attending colleges and universities throughout the United States, features interdisciplinary seminars on life and culture of the Netherlands, a country with a long history of tolerance. Faculty from the University of Utrecht and the University of Amsterdam lectured on lesbian, gay and bisexual studies and local activists. Representatives from numerous organizations, including the military and police, will participate as well. There is no ban on openly homosexual personnel among Dutch military or police.

    116. Grants For Individuals: Gays, Lesbians, Bisexual, Transgendered
    Gays, Lesbians, bisexual, Transgendered The Center for Lesbian and GayStudies (CLAGS) was founded at The City University of New York in 1991 to promote
    GRANTS FOR INDIVIDUALS: Gays, Lesbians, Bisexual, Transgendered Web Sites Databases Books Population Groups: Disabled



    Academic Level: Precollege



    Subject Categories: Agriculture/
    Horticulture Anthropology ... Writing Web Sites Amethyst Scholarship Foundation, Inc. For LGBT residents of the U.S. who are persuing higher education. (Last checked 05/11/05) Arcus Foundation (Michigan) Sponsors the The Arcus Gay and Lesbian Fund, to improve the quality of life in Kalamazoo County and Southwest Michigan by funding projects and organizations which promote social justice, youth, arts and culture, and the environment; and to celebrate the Gay Community in Kalamazoo County and Southwest Michigan, making its presence better known and appreciated, and ultimately to nurture an attitude of acceptance and appreciation of all forms of diversity in our community. (Last checked 05/11/05) The Astraea National Lesbian Action Foundation

    117. CSU Libraries: Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual & Transgender Studies
    CSU Gay, Lesbian, bisexual, Transgender Student Services Fort Collins LambdaCommunity Center Gaywrites General Research Indexes to Gay/Lesbian
    Catalog (Sage) Databases E-Journals MetaLib ... Subject Guides Content: Jim Farmer
    About the Libraries
    Services Research ... CSU Home

    118. GLBT Scholarship Resources
    Gay, Lesbian, bisexual, Transgendered Study Abroad Programs. Cetlalic AlternativeLanguage School School for International Training,
    Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender Scholarship Resources
    GLBT Scholarship Resources include
    • scholarships for self-identifed gays /lesbians scholarships for community service to glbt service organizations scholarships for the study of glbt culture scholarships for the children of glbt parents
    GLBT Scholarship Resources does not include
    • scholarships for students to attend meetings of GLBT groups (see group websites)
    Scholarship Databases
    Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgendered Study Abroad Programs
  • Cetlalic Alternative Language School School for International Training, Netherlands: Sexuality, Gender and Identity
  • Other Resources To Check
    • GLBT Student Services Office at Your University National and Local web site related to your volunteer service Gay and Lesbian Alumni Association (GALA) for your University Guide to University Majors
    Financial Aid Search

    119. WSSLINKS: Lesbian Sites
    University LGBT Programs Lesbian, Gay, bisexual, Transgender, Lesbian StudiesCore List Bibliography of core lesbian texts compiled by by Joan Ariel
    Lesbian Links
      Plus A Few Gay, Bisexual, Transgender Sites
    Welcome to Lesbian Sites, developed and maintained by the
    Women's Studies Section of the Association of College and Research Libraries.
    This page will list annotated links of interest to those engaged in lesbian studies.
    WSSLINKS ACRL Women's Studies Section Home Page Comprehensive and Topical Sites Directories and Search Engines ... Transgender Sites
    Comprehensive and Topical Sites
    Lesbian-centered general sites seem to be disappearing from the web. Most comprehensive sites are directed to a broader constitutency consisting of lesbians, gays, bisexuals, and transgendered persons. I have included some examples of "historically" significant lesbian-centered sites that are still available on the web, though no longer rigorously maintained. Lesbian
    Isle of Lesbos
    Artistically beautiful site which includes sections containing lesbian poetry, art, photographs, letters, journal excerpts, and quotations. Used to include Yoohoo! Lesbians! a Yahoo-style web directory specifically designed for lesbians.

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