Karlen, Arno. "The New lesbian politics & the decline of social science." Salmagundi, No.58/59 (Fall 1982-Winter 1983), pp. 300-307.
Altiok, Özlem. “From the Streets to Social Policy: How to End Gender-Based Violence against Women.” Global Agenda for Social Justice 2, edited by Glenn W. Muschert et al., 1st ed., Bristol University Press, 2022, pp. 23–36.
Sappenfield, Mark. "Houston mayor race shows progress - and limits - of gay rights; Annise Parker, who is openly gay, was elected mayor of Houston Saturday. It makes Houston the largest US city to elect a gay or lesbian mayor." The Christian Science Monitor, December 13, 2009.
'We're seeing a relaunch of an old story': Exploring the movement to ban books with LGBTQ characters. Sep 22, 2022; Analysis by Brandon Tensley; CNN CNN Wire
Park-Kim, Soo Jin; Lee-Kim, Soo Youn; Kwon-Lee, Eun Jung. "The Lesbian Rights Movement and Feminism in South Korea." Journal of Lesbian Studies, 10. 3-4 (Jan 2, 2006), pp. 161-190.
“Somos contra la ‘queer-ificacíon’”/“We reject the queer-ification of lesbianism”: lesbian political identity and anti-queer politics among Mexican lesbians and queer Chicanas-Latinas
Macias, Stacy I. Journal of Lesbian Studies; Abingdon Vol. 26, Iss. 1, (Jul 2021)
How Did the National Women's Conference in Houston in 1977 Shape a Feminist Agenda for the Future?, Documents selected and interpreted by Kathryn Kish Sklar and Thomas Dublin with research assistance by Sandra Henderson. (Binghamton, NY: State University of New York at Binghamton, 2004).
InfoKat Discovery allows you to quickly search multiple UK library resources simultaneously, including books, journal articles, dissertations, government documents, archives and special collections, images, maps, videos, music and open access content. InfoKat Discovery does NOT include all of the journal articles available through our databases.
In The lesbian South, Jamie Harker explores the literature of lesbian-feminist writers, feminist print culture, presses, and bookstores in the post-1960s American South.
Queer intercultural communication : the intersectional politics of belonging in and across differences by Shinsuke Eguchi; Bernadette Marie Calafell
Publication Date: 2020
The field of intercultural communication in U.S. academia has long struggled to disrupt the normative needs that necessitate its inquiry in the first place. This edited collection powerfully illuminates how and why (trans) queer (of color) critiques matter for the studies of intercultural communication. Request via Interlibrary Loan.
On June 12, 2016, the popular gay dance club Pulse in Orlando was the site of a mass shooting by one assailant.... The immediate, caring response by...demonstrates the enormous shift toward acceptance and public support for the LGBT community. ~APA website
The activists of the Second Wave feminist movement literally changed the world. From 1965 – 1982, thousands of women (and men) took actions that made our country more equitable for women. Some of their stories are well known. Many of their stories have never been told. The VFA Pioneer Histories Project is the personal history of the Second Wave women’s movement – one story at a time.