LGBTQ LC Subject Headings: 12. Sociology

Abused gay men
450: Battered gay men
550: Abused men
550: Gay men
670:Work cat.: Men who beat the men who love them, 1991.
680: Here are entered works on gay men abused by their gay partners in domestic relationships.

Abused lesbians
450: Battered lesbians
450: Lesbian victims of abuse
450: Victimized lesbians
550: Abused women
550: Lesbians
670: Naming the violence : speaking out about lesbian battering, 1986.
670: Neilson, J.A. Recognizing a different other : neo-Kleinian analysis of lesbian relationship violence, 2004: |b p. vi (the lesbian victim; victimized lesbians) p. 13 (women who identify themselves as being victimized by a female partner; victimization experiences only represent one side of the dynamically created truths of lesbian relationship violence)

Abusive lesbian partners
450: Lesbian partners, Abusive
550: Abusive women
550: Lesbians
670: Work cat.: Neilson, J.A. Recognizing a different other, 2004: |b p. vii (the lesbian abuser; abusive lesbians) p. 56 (abusive lesbian partner)

African American lesbians–Abuse of
450: N/A
550: N/A
667: Record generated for validation purposes.
670: Work cat.: White, Evelyn C. Chain chain change, c1995

Biphobia
450: N/A
550: Discrimination
550: Phobias
670: Work cat: The bisexuality report, 2011 or 2012 (viewed Feb. 17, 2012): |b p. 18-20 (biphobia refers to negative attitudes, behaviors and structures specifically directed towards anyone who is attracted to more than one gender; common forms of biphobia include bisexual denial, bisexual invisibility, bisexual exclusion, bisexual marginalization and negative stereotypes)
670: Wikipedia, Feb. 17, 2012 |b (biphobia, a term used to describe aversion felt toward bisexuality and bisexuals as a social group or as individuals; a source of discrimination against bisexuals)
680: Here are entered works on active discrimination against, or aversion to, bisexuals.

Bisexual feminism
450: Feminist bisexuality
550: Bisexuality
550: Feminism
670: Work cat.: Weise, E.R. Closer to home : bisexuality and feminism, 1992 |b (bisexual feminism; bisexual feminists; a notion of bisexuality grounded in feminism)

Bisexual men–Relations with women
450: Bisexual man-woman relationships
450: Woman-bisexual man relationships
450: Women |x Relations with bisexual men
550: Man-woman relationships
670: Work cat.: Pallotta-Chiarolli, M. Women in relationships with bisexual men, 2016.

Bisexuality in marriage
450: Bisexual marriages
550: Marriage
550: Sex in marriage
667-68X: N/A

Bisexuals–Relations with heterosexuals
450: Bisexual-heterosexual relations
450: Bisexual-straight relations
450: Heterosexual-bisexual relations
450: Heterosexuals–Relations with bisexuals
450: Straight-bisexual relations
550: N/A
670: Work cat.: A straight guide to GLBT Americans, 200- : |b t.p. verso (“resource … helps you build bridges of understanding with the gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender people in your life”) p. 12 (“being ever more supportive of your gay, lesbian, bisexual or transgender friends, loved ones or acquaintances”) p. 3 of cover (guide written to help straight people feel comfortable)
670: Google search, Mar. 3, 2009 |b (straight/bisexual relations; straight/bisexual relationships; gay/straight/bi relations; straight/bi relationships; straight-gay/straight-bi relationships; gay/straight/bi relationships; bi/straight relationships; bi-straight relationships; bisexual-heterosexual relationships)

Closeted gays
450: Closet gays
550: Gays
550: Coming out (Sexual orientation)
670: Work cat.: Rodi, R. Closet case : a novel, 1993.
670: Hennepin.

Coming Out (Sexual orientation)
450: Coming out (Sexual identity)
550: Gays–Identity
550: Closeted gays
670: Random House.
670: Women’s thes.
670: Hennepin |b (Gay men–Coming out; Lesbians–Coming out)
670: LC data base, 11/29/90.
680: Here are entered works on acknowledging one’s homosexuality to oneself or to others.

Gay and lesbian studies
450: Gay studies
450: Homophile studies
450: Lesbian and gay studies
450: Lesbian studies
550: Education–Curricula
670: Work cat.: 94220190: Legg, W.D. Homophile studies in theory and practice, 1994.
670: Encyc. homosexuality.
670: Hennepin |b (Gay and Lesbian studies (Gay men–Study and teaching, Gay studies, Gays–Study and teaching, Lesbian studies, Lesbians–Study and teaching))
670: LC database, Feb. 16, 1995.
670: WorldCat database, Feb. 16, 1995.

Gay community
450: Gay communities
550: Communities
670: LC database, May 31, 2006 |b (gay community; gay communities)
670: Wikipedia, May 31, 2006 |b (gay community)
670: Encyc.of homosexuality, 1990: |b v.1, pp. 258-260.
670: Hennepin.
670: Google search, May 31, 2006 |b (gay community: 4,200,000 hits; gay communities: 161,000 hists)

Gay culture
450: Gay subculture
450: Lavender culture
550: Subculture
670: LC database, May 14, 2004 |b (gay culture; lavender culture)
670: WWW, May 14, 2004 |b (gay culture; gay subculture; lavender culture; queer culture)

Gay immigrants
450: N/A
550: Immigrants
670: Work cat.: Baksi, K. 6 om sex, 2003: |b p. 7 (homosexuella invandrare [=homosexual immigrants])
670: Google search, 2008 Apr 17 |b (gay immigrants; gay immigration; homosexual immigrants; same-sex immigrants)

Gay men–Abuse of
450: N/A
550: N/A
667-68X: N/A

Gay men–Family relationships–United States
450: N/A
550: N/A
667: Record generated for validation purposes.
670: Work cat.: Families we choose, c1991

Gay men–Relations with heterosexual women
450: Gay man-heterosexual woman relationships
450: Heterosexual woman-gay man relationships
450: Heterosexual women–Relations with gay men
550: Man-woman relationships
670: Work cat.: 99036254: Hopcke, R.H. A couple of friends, 1999.
670: Pillion, O.L. On objects and affections : contemporary representations of the gay man/straight woman dyad in popular film and television, 2000.

Gay men–Relations with heterosexuals
450: Gay-heterosexual relations
450: Gay-straight relations
450: Heterosexual-gay relations
450: Heterosexuals–Relations with gay men
450: Straight-gay relations
670: Work cat.: 00053607: Tillmann-Healy, L.M. Between gay and straight, 2001.

Gay men–Relations with lesbians
450: Gay-lesbian relationships
450: Lesbians–Relations with gay men
550: Man-woman relationships
670: Work cat.: 94009158: Sister & brother, c1994.

Gay men–United States–Social conditions
450: N/A
550: N/A
667: Record generated for validation purposes.
670: Work cat.: The MANdates, c2004

Gays in popular culture
450: N/A
550: Popular culture
670: Work cat.: 94010783: A queer romance, 1994.
680: Here are entered works on the representation of lesbians and gay men in popular culture.

Gays–Abuse of
450: N/A
550: N/A
667-68X: N/A

Gays–Social life and customs
450: N/A
550: N/A
667-68X: N/A

Gays–Violence against
450: Bashing, Gay
450: Gay bashing
450: Gaybashing
450: Homophobic violence
550: N/A
670: Work cat.: Janoff, D. Pink blood : queer-bashing in Canada, 2000: |b abstr. (impact of violence on the gay, lesbian and transgendered communities) p. 1 (heterosexuals are largely unaware of the length homosexuals go to not to be assaulted) p. 2 (homophobic violence; violence against gays, lesbians and transgendered in Canada)
670: Gay bashing [VR] c1990.
670: Wikipedia, June 2, 2005 |b (Gay bashing, dyke bashing, bi-bashing, trans bashing, and queer bashing are pejorative terms used to describe verbal confrontation with, denigration of, or physical violence against gay, lesbian, bisexual, or transgendered people, collectively LGBT or queer, because of their LGBT/Q status. The term gay may be used to refer to gay men, homosexuals, homosexuals and bisexuals, or all LGBT people. Thus gay bashing may also refer to an incident involving any of these groups.)
670: GLBTQ : an encyc. of gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender & queer culture, via WWW, June 2, 2005 |b (Gaybashing; violence perpetrated against people thought by their attackers to be lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgendered occurs with disturbing frequency in the United States and other countries; gaybashing attacks represent a significant percentage of all hate crime incidents in the United States)
670: Encyclopedia on laborlawtalk.com, via WWW, June 2, 2005 |b (The persecution of gays, lesbians, bisexuals, and transgendered individuals is the practice of persecuting a person, usually through physical attack, because they are or are perceived to be gay, lesbian, bisexual, or transgendered. In some circumstances, this is referred to as “gay-bashing”, but it is somewhat a misnomer all Queer groups, including gay men, lesbians, bisexuals and transgendered people can be targeted. The term “gay-bashing” is rarely modified into dyke-bashing, trans-bashing, queer-bashing, or simply bashing. Bashing can include uttering threats, physical assault and battery, sexual assault and rape, torture, attempted murder, and murder. In some districts, bashing may be treated legally as a hate crime. Bashing also includes attacks on gay people who may have made sexual overtures to their attackers, with the argument being that such a disproportionate response must be occasioned by homophobia on the part of the assaulter. The term is often used in the metaphorical or exaggerative sense of criticising or denigrating homosexual people per se or opposing homosexual practices.)
670: Gay & Black glossary, via WWW, June 2, 2005 |b (gay bashing: When gangs (often of people with repressed homosexual tendencies) seek out gay people and beat them up or kill them. The term gay bashing is less frequently used to describe the activities of people like Jerry Falwell and Pat Robertson, encouraging others to mistreat or harm gays, spreading slanders about gays, or working to deny gays people the same civil rights as everyone else.)
670: LC database, June 2, 2005 |b (gay bashing; anti-gay violence; anti-gay/lesbian violence; homophobic violence; violence and harassment against gay men and lesbians; violence against lesbians and gay men; homophobic hostilities and violence against gay men and lesbians)

Gender mainstreaming
450: Analysis, Gender-based
450: GBA (Gender-based analysis)
450: Gender-based analysis
450: Gender mainstreaming in biodiversity conservation
450: Mainstreaming, Gender
550: Social sciences–Methodology
550: Sex discrimination
670: Work cat.: Gender mainstreaming : Lernprozesse in wissenschaftlichen, kirchlichen und politischen Organisationen, 2006.
670: OSAGI website, viewed July 3, 2006 |b (“Gender Mainstreaming is a globally accepted strategy for promoting gender equality. Mainstreaming is not an end in itself but a strategy, an approach, a means to achieve the goal of gender equality. Mainstreaming involves ensuring that gender perspectives and attention to the goal of gender equality are central to all activities – policy development, research, advocacy/ dialogue, legislation, resource allocation, and planning, implementation and monitoring of programmes and projects.”)
670: Wikipedia, viewed July 3, 2006 |b (“Gender mainstreaming is the process of assessing the implications for women and men of any planned action, including legislation, policies or programmes, in all areas and at all levels”.)
670: Canada. Parliament. House of Commons. Standing Committee on the Status of Women. Gender-based analysis : building blocks for success, 2005: |b p. 1 (gender-based analysis (GBA); defined by the United Nations Economic and Social Council as “assessing the implications for women and men of any planned action, including legislation, policies or programmes, in any area and at all levels”)
670: 13th World Conference on Tobacco or Health WWW site, Jan. 4, 2007: |b From: “Applying a gender based analysis to tobacco policy and program development” (gender-based analysis, gender-based and diversity analysis strategies, GBA strategies)
670: Korea (South). Ministry of Gender Equality & Family WWW site, Jan. 4, 2007 |b (Gender-based analysis is a policy analysis tool to facilitate development and execution of gender-equal policies)
680: Here are entered works on the process of assessing the implications for women and men of any planned action, including legislation, policies or programs, in any field of interest or at any level of government, with the goal of achieving gender equality.

Heterosexism
450: Heterocentrism
450: Heteronormativity
450: Heterosexualism
550: Sexism
550: Homophobia
670: Gay studies thesaurus.
670: Lesbian periodicals index.
670: Meggio, R. Dict. of bias-free usage.
670: Women’s thesaurus.
670: Hennepin.
670: Ox. dict. new words.
670: Wikipedia, via WWW, May 1, 2005: |b Heterosexism (A belief or argument that male-female sexuality is the only natural or moral mode of sexual behavior … The word “heterosexualism” has also been proposed to mean essentially the same thing. This word has been suggested as alternative to homophobia, in part because it uses a parallel structure to sexism or racism … A true parallel construction can be found in the word sexualism. Heterosexism should not be confused with the more semantically precise heterocentrism, which is an (often subconscious) assumption that everyone is heterosexual, and the attitudes associated with that assumption. In queer theory, the term heterocentrism is closely related to heteronormativity.) Heteronormativity (Heteronormativity is a term used in the discussion of gender and society, mostly, but not exclusively within the field of critical theory. It is used to describe, and, frequently, to criticize how many social institutions and social policies are seen to reinforce certain beliefs. These include the belief that human beings fall into two distinct and complementary categories, male and female; that sexual and marital relations are normal only when between two people of different genders; and that each gender has certain natural roles in life. Thus, physical sex, gender identity, and gender roles, should in any given person all align to either male or female norms, and heterosexuality is considered to be the only normal sexual orientation.)
670: Sexual prejudice : understanding homophobia and heterosexism, via WWW, May 1, 2005 |b (heterosexism began to be used as a term analogous to sexism and racism, describing an ideological system that denies, denigrates, and stigmatizes any nonheterosexual form of behavior, identity, relationship, or community. Using the term heterosexism highlights the parallels between antigay sentiment and other forms of prejudice, such as racism, antisemitism, and sexism.)
670: The heterosexism enquirer, via WWW, May 1, 2005 |b (the assumption that only heterosexual relationships are normal and should therefore be privileged)
670: Felluga, D. Introductory guide to critical theory, via WWW, May 1, 2005: |b gender & sex/terms & concepts (heteronormativity: Those punitive rules (social, familial, and legal) that force us to conform to hegemonic, heterosexual standards for identity. The term is a short version of “normative heterosexuality.”)
670: Dennis, J.P. Heteronormativity, via WWW, May 1, 2005 |b (Michael Warner coined the term heteronormativity to refer to the practice of organizing patterns of thought, basic awareness, and raw beliefs around the presumption of universal heterosexual desire, behavior, and identity.)
680: Here are entered works on prejudicial attitudes or assumptions held by heterosexuals concerning homosexuals or homosexuality as well as works on the presumption that everyone is heterosexual and that heterosexuality is the only normal sexual orientation. Works on active discrimination against, or aversion to, homosexuals are entered under |a Homophobia.
681: Note under |a Homophobia

Homophobia
450: Anti-gay bias
450: Anti-GLBT bias
450: Anti-homosexual bias
450: Anti-LGBT bias
450: Antigay bias
450: Discrimination against gays
450: Fear of gays
450: Fear of homosexuality
450: GLBT bias
450: Homonegativity
450: Homophobic attitudes
450: Homoprejudice
450: Lesbophobia
450: LGBT bias
450: Sexual orientation discrimination
550: Discrimination
550: Phobias
550: Heterosexism
670: Google search, Jan. 8, 2006 |b (GLBT discrimination; anti-GLBT discrimination; LGBT discrimination; anti-LGBT discrimination; discrimination against GLBT individuals; anti-gay discrimination; antigay discrimination; discrimination based on sexual orientation; sexual orientation discrimination)
670: Reilly, A.H. Risk, body image, and internalized homonegativity among gay men, 2004: |b p. 2 (homonegativity (or homophobia) is the hatred directed toward a gay person due to his or her sexual orientation)
670: Wikipedia, Dec. 15, 2010 |b (Homophobia is a range of negative attitudes and feelings towards lesbian, gay, bisexual, queer, and in some cases transgender and intersex people. Definitions refer variably to antipathy, contempt, prejudice, aversion, and irrational fear. Homophobia is observable in critical and hostile behavior such as discrimination and violence on the basis of a perceived non-heterosexual orientation; homophobic thoughts and feelings)
670: OCLC, Dec. 15, 2010 |b (in titles: homophobic attitudes; homophobic and racist attitudes; homophobic belief system; homophobic harassment and discrimination; homophobic prejudice; homoprejudice)
680: Here are entered works on active discrimination against, or aversion to, homosexuals. Works on prejudicial attitudes or assumptions held by heterosexuals concerning homosexuals or homosexuality as well as works on the presumption that everyone is heterosexual and that heterosexuality is the only normal sexual orientation are entered under |a Heterosexism.

Homophobia in anthropology
450: N/A
550: Anthropology
670: Work cat.: 98-21464: Murray, S.O. Boy-wives and female-husbands, 1998.

Homophobia in social work
450: N/A
550: Social service
670: Work cat.: Goodman, B. “Where will you be?” : the professional oppression of gay people, 1980: |b p. 1 (“In the past, social work, together with other professions, has oppressed and extensively damaged the lives of lesbians, both as clients and as professional social workers.”) p. 3 (homophobia; institutional homophobia)

Homophobia in the military
450: N/A
550: Armed Forces
670: Work cat.: Campanella, L.M. Moving forward vice “straight” ahead, 2010: |b report documentation p. (Subject Terms: Discrimination, Bias, Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell) p. 8 (its [i.e., the military’s] tradition of discriminatory treatment towards gays and lesbians) p. 15 (discrimination based on sexual orientation) pp. 21-22 (military leaders must maintain a consistent and sustained level of effort by continuously monitoring the organization much the same way they currently do with sexual harassment and racial discrimination; Internal prejudices and discrimination against gays and lesbians have the potential to divide us, not just as a military but as a Nation)
670: Military environment with respect to the homosexual conduct policy, 2000: |b p. i (review of the extent to which the harassment of Service members based on perceived or alleged homosexuality may occur; assessment of the extent to which disparaging speech or expression with respect to sexual orientation may occur)

Homophobia in the workplace
450: N/A
550: Work environment
670: Work cat.: Law Society of Upper Canada. Sexual orientation and gender identity : creating an inclusive work environment : a model policy for law firms and other organizations, [2005?]

Homosexuality–Great Britain
450: N/A
550: N/A
670: Record generated for validation purposes.
670: Work cat.: Quest for justice, c1992

Homosexuality–Netherlands
450: N/A
550: N/A
670: Record generated for validation purposes.
670: Work cat.: Zouden ze bestaan?!, 1993

Homosexuality–Social aspects
450: N/A
550: N/A
670: Record generated for validation purposes.
670: Work cat.: Pour en finir avec Christine Boutin, 1999

Homosexuality–Societies, etc.
450: Gays–Societies and clubs
550: N/A
667-68X: N/A

Homosexuality–United States
450: N/A
550: N/A
670: Record generated for validation purposes.
670: Work cat.: The agenda, c2005

Lesbian community
450: Lesbian communities
550: Communities
670: LC database, May 31, 2006 |b (lesbian community; lesbian communities)
670: Wikipedia, May 31, 2006 |b (lesbian community)
670: Google search, May 31, 2006 |b (lesbian community: 1,650,000 hits; lesbian communities: 101,000 hits)

Lesbian feminism
450: N/A
550: Feminism
670: Work cat.: 89-4377: Phelan, S. Identity politics, 1989.
670: Women’s thes. |b (lesbian feminism)
670: Hennepin |b (lesbian feminism)

Lesbian feminist theory
450: Lesbian feminism–Philosophy
450: Lesbian feminist sociology
450: Theory of lesbian feminism
550: Feminist theory
550: Lesbian feminism
670: Work cat.: 00040073: Calhoun, C. Feminism, the family and the politics of the closet, 2000.

Lesbian partner abuse
450: Abuse of lesbian partners
450: Battering of lesbian partners
450: Beating of lesbian partners
450: Lesbian battering
450: Lesbian partner battering
450: Lesbian partner beating
450: Partner abuse, Lesbian
550: Lesbians–Abuse of
550: Same-sex partner abuse
670: Work cat.: Neilson, J.A. Recognizing a different other : neo-Kleinian analysis of lesbian relationship violence, 2004: |b p. 3 (violence between women; lesbian date rape; woman-to-woman violence; lesbian domestic violence; lesbian battering) p. 4 (abusive lesbian relationships) p. 5 (same-gender domestic violence) p. 12 (violent lesbian relationships) p. 224 (same-sex domestic violence) p.226-228 (intimate violence in lesbian relationships; same-sex battering and domestic violence; same-gender partner abuse; violence in intimate lesbian relationships)
670: WaU database, Mar. 31, 2005 |b (abusive lesbian relations; lesbians in abusive relationships; violence in lesbian relationships; lesbian intimate partner violence; domestic violence in lesbian relationships; gay and lesbian domestic violence; abuse in lesbian relationships; violence in gay and lesbian domestic partnerships; lesbian battering; woman-to-woman sexual violence)
670: Sociological abstracts, via CSA Illumina, Mar. 31, 2005 |b (thesaurus: Partner Abuse – Abuse of a significant other within nonmarital relationships; in titles: partner violence; intimate partner violence; partner abuse; intimate violence; abusive behavior in lesbian relationships; women-to-women sexual violence; abusive lesbian relationships; abuse in lesbian relationships; partner abuse in lesbian relationships; lesbian battering; lesbian partner abuse; violence in lesbian relationships)

Lesbian separatism
450: Separatism, Lesbian
550: Lesbian feminism
670: Women’s thesaurus |b (Lesbian separatism)
670: Wikipedia, Apr. 3, 2009 |b (“Separatist feminism is a form of feminism that does not support heterosexual relationships due to a belief that sexual disparities between men and women are irresolvable … Lesbian separatism is a form of separatist feminism specific to lesbians. Separatism has been considered by lesbians as both a temporary strategy, and as a lifelong practice.”)

Lesbians–Abuse of
450: N/A
550: N/A
667-68X: N/A

Lesbians–Relations with heterosexuals
450: Gay-heterosexual relations
450: Gay-straight relations
450: Heterosexual-gay relations
450: Heterosexual-lesbian relations
450: Heterosexuals |x Relations with lesbians
450: Lesbian-heterosexual relations
450: Lesbian-straight relations
450: Straight-gay relations
450: Straight-lesbian relations
550: N/A
670: Work cat.: 00053607: Tillmann-Healy, L.M. Between gay and straight, 2001.

Lesbians–United States–Social conditions
450: N/A
550: N/A
670: Record generated for validation purposes.
670: Work cat.: Gay happiness, c1998

Male homosexuality–United States
450: N/A
550: N/A
670: Record generated for validation purposes.
670: Work cat.: The queening of America, 1995

Male prostitution
450: Homosexual prostitution
450: Male hustling
450: Male sex work
450: Prostitution, Male
450: Same-sex male prostitution
550: Prostitution
670: Preston, J. Hustling : a gentleman’s guide to the fine art of homosexual prostitution, 1994.
670: Storer, G. Bordering on desire : the discursive and sexual interactions surrounding bar-based male sex work in Bangkok, 1999?
670: Allman, D. M is for mutual, A is for acts : male sex work and AIDS in Canada, c1999.
670: Wikipedia, Mar. 3, 2008: |b Male prostitution (Male prostitution is the sale of sexual services by a male prostitute with either male or female clients; hustling; same-sex male prostitution)

Middle-aged sexual minorities
450: N/A
550: Middle-aged persons
550: Sexual minorities
670: Work cat.: 2004012742: Hunter, S. Midlife and older LGBT adults, c2005.

Older gay men
450: Aged gay men
550: Gay men
550: Older gays
550: Older men
670: Work cat.: An Empty bed, 1989.
675: Hennepin; |a Web. 3

Older gays
450: Aged gay men
550: Gays
550: Older people
670: Work cat.: 2002003500: Midlife and aging in gay America, 2002.

Older lesbians
450: Aged lesbians
550: Lesbians
550: Older gays
550: Older women
670: Work cat.: Long time passing, 1986 |b (Older lesbians)

Older sexual minorities
450: GLBT seniors
550: Older people
550: Sexual minorities
670: Work cat.: Birch, H. About time!, 2004: |b t.p. (GLBT seniors) p. 4 (older gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender people)
670: LC database, Dec. 17, 2004 (older LGBT adults)

Older transsexuals
450: Transsexual older people
550: Older people
550: Transsexuals
670: Work cat.: Chamberlain, C. The needs of older gay, lesbian, and transgender people, 2002: |b p. i (elderly gay, lesbian, and transgender people)
670: LC database, Dec. 17, 2004 |b (older LGBT adults)

Outing (Sexual orientation)
450: N/A
550: Gays–Identity
670: Work cat.: 93-17368: Johansson, W. Outing : shattering the conspiracy of silence, 1993.
670: LC data base, 4/6/93.
670: Hennepin |b (Gay men–Outing)
680: Here are entered works on publicly disclosing the homosexuality of other persons.

Queer theory
450: N/A
550: Gender identity
670: Work cat.: Sullivan, N. A critical introduction to queer theory, c2003.
670: Wilson WWW site, Mar. 10, 2006 |b (queer theory is used as a thesaurus term; no reference structure given; 75 citations)
670: Int’l ency. of the soc. & behavioral sciences, c2001, via Science Direct, viewed Mar. 10, 2006: |b entry under “Queer theory”, p. 12659 (Queer theory argues … that sexual desire and sexual practices are not reducible or explicable solely in terms of identity categories, such as gender, race, class, or sexual orientation. It is radically anti-essentialist, in that it challenges a notion of homosexuality as intrinsic, fixed, innate, and universally present across time and space)
670: NYT, Jan. 17, 1998, via Proquest historical newspapers, viewed Feb. 21, 2006: |b Smith, D. ’Queer theory’ is entering the literary mainstream, p. B9 (Queer theorists scorn traditional definitions of “homosexual” and “heterosexual”. There is no strict demarcation between male and female … Instead, taking their cue from the historian Michael Foucault, sexuality exists on a continuum …)

Same-sex partner abuse
450: Abuse of same-sex partners
450: Battering of same-sex partners
450: Beating of same-sex partners
450: Domestic violence, Same-sex
450: Gay domestic violence
450: Gay male partner abuse
450: Gay partner abuse
450: Partner abuse, Same-sex
450: Same-sex domestic violence
450: Same-sex partner battering
450: Same-sex partner beating
550: Gays–Abuse of
550: Intimate partner violence
550: Offenses against the person
670: Neilson, J.A. Recognizing a different other, 2004: |b p. 5 (same-gender domestic violence) p. 9 (violence in same-gender relationships) p. 11 (same-gender violent relationships) p. 224 (same-sex domestic violence) p. 227 (same-sex battering and domestic violence; same-gender partner abuse)
670: WaU database, Mar. 31, 2005 |b (same-sex domestic violence; intimate partner violence among same-sex cohabitants; gay and lesbian domestic violence; violence in gay and lesbian domestic partnerships; domestic partner abuse)
670: Sociological abstracts, via CSA Illumina, Mar. 31, 2005 |b (thesaurus: Partner Abuse – Abuse of a significant other within nonmarital relationships; in titles: domestic violence among opposite-sex and same-sex cohabitating partners; intimate partner violence; partner violence; intimate violence; same sex domestic violence; domestic abuse in same-sex relationships; same-sex partner abuse)

Sex role
450: Gender role
550: Sex (Psychology)
550: Sex differences (Psychology)
550: Social role
550: Gender expression
550: Sexism
667-68X: N/A

Sexual minorities’ families
450: N/A
550: Families
670: Work cat.: Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) parented families, 2008: |b ack. (lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender parented-families) p. 3 (LGBT-parented families; LGBT-headed families; families of same-sex parents; families with one or more same-sex attracted parents; the primary difference between LGBT-parented and heterosexual-parented families is that the former live in a legal, public policy, social, and discursive context in which discrimination and prejudice on the basis of the parents’ gender or sexuality are a feature of day-to-day life; LGBT parents and their families)
670: All children matter : how legal and social inequalities hurt LGBT families, ©2011: |b PDF t.p. verso (LGBT people and their families; LGBT-headed families; LGBTQ families) p. 6 (This report uses the term “LGBT families” to refer either to families in which an LGBT adult is raising children or to families in which a same-sex couple is raising children.) p. 31 (LGB households) p. 88 (LGBT households)
670: Journal of GLBT family studies, v. 7, issue 1-2 (2011), viewed online June 26, 2012: |b p. 1 (GLBT-parented families) p. 2 (GLBT-headed families)
670: Journal of GLBT family studies, v. 2, issue 3-4 (2006), viewed online June 26, 2012: |b p. 7 (sexual minorities and their families; GLBTQ families; families of sexual minorities) p. 9 (Queer families are very diverse and include sexual minority youth and their families, parents in heterosexual marriages who later identify as sexual minorities, gay and lesbian couples who adopt or have children of their own, persons who are transgender and their families, and young adults in families who identify as bisexual and enter into same-sex relationships; sexual minority families) p. 10 (Forms of Sexual Minority Families. GLBTQ families can take many forms, so comprehensibly defining the typical GLBTQ family can be slippery territory. While members of straight families are generally biologically linked, it is common for GLBTQ families to contain members who are not biologically connected but who form families via adoption or establish a family of choice, the latter by maintaining close ties within their lesbian and gay communities. … Like straight parents, GLBTQ parents can be single or in couples, adoptive, or biological. Some biological GLBTQ parents have had children in the context of heterosexual marriages. In this case, continuing relationships with the other biological parent and her/his family of origin may need to be negotiated. Other biological GLBTQ parents choose to have children within the context of a same-sex partnership. In many lesbian couples, artificial insemination is the method of reproductive choice using either a known or an unknown donor.)
670: I think I might have a GLBT family in my class–now what do I do?, viewed online June 26, 2012: |b t.p. verso (GLBT-headed families)
670: All children, all families, viewed online June 26, 2012: |b p. 2 (GLBT-headed families; GLBT families)
670: Archives of sexual behavior, Dec. 2008, viewed online June 26, 2012: |b p. 865 (sexual minority-headed families)
670: School psychology review, v. 29, issue 2 (2000), viewed online June 26, 2012: |b p. 207 (families headed by lesbian, gay, bisexual, and/or transgender parents) p. 208 (sexual minority-parented families)
670: OCLC, June 26, 2012 |b (in titles: LGBT families; GLBT families; lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender families; gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender families; sexual-minority families; GLBT family studies; lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender family law)

Sexual minority community
450: Queer community
550: Communities
670: Work cat.: Kohl, D.G. A curious and peculiar people : a history of the Metropolitan Community Church of Portland, Oregon, and the sexual minority communities of the Pacific Northwest, c2006.
670: Tamashiro, D.J. Measuring biphobic attitudes in Amsterdam’s sexual minority community, 2004.
670: Bailey, M.M. The labor of diaspora : ballroom culture and the making of a Black queer community, 2005: |b abstr. (the creation of a Black queer community) leaf 1 (an ethnographic study of … an alternative Black and Latina/o queer community in the U.S.) leaf 6 (the memories and experiences of the members of the Ballroom scene in particular, and the larger Black queer community in general) leaf 20 (studies of Black queer communities in the U.S. and throughout the Black world)
670: Jones, J.A. Hidden histories, proud communities, 2001: |b abstr. (For this study, these Kentucky lesbians, gay men, bisexuals, transgendered individuals, queer-associated heterosexuals, and other sexual variants are listed together under the controversial but useful label of queer. This study examines how queers developed communities around particular spaces in Lexington, Kentucky, over a seven-decade period; this study emphasizes a multitude of queer communities in Lexington; Lexington’s queer communities)
670: Hammidi, T.N. Queer community sustainability, 1999.
670: Eising, P.R. Showing up strange : portraiture and nightlife in Portland’s queer community, 2012.
670: Ginger, K.A. Toward a queer understanding of politics : queer community and the critique of rights, 2005.
670: Mears, R.L. What’s on the other side? : uses of the rainbow flag in the queer community, 2000.

Sexual reorientation programs
450: Conversion programs, Sexual
450: Reorientation programs, Sexual
450: Reparative programs (Sexual orientation)
450: Sexual conversion programs
550: Behavior modification
550: Ex-gay movement
550: Sexual orientation
670: LC database, May 31, 2006 |b (sexual reorientation; sexual reorientation interventions; sexual conversion therapy; reparative therapy)
670: Wikipedia, May 31, 2006 |b (“Reparative therapy (also known as “conversion”, “reorientation” or “differentiation” therapy), refers to any of several techniques that are aimed at changing a person’s sexual orientation from homosexuality to heterosexuality (or ex-gay). Their claims of efficacy have been refuted, and almost all professionals warn that such attempts are psychologically harmful and the therapy has been condemned unanimously by all mainstream health and mental health organizations. Advocates claim that sexual orientation is changeable and that homosexuality is itself either a psychological disorder, a sin, a tendency toward immoral and harmful behaviours (to oneself and others), or make several of these assertions … The language used to describe reparative therapies is itself contentious. Opponents prefer to use the term ’conversion therapy’.”)
670: Google search, May 31, 2006 |b (sexual reorientation programs; reorientation programs; reparative programs; sexual conversion programs)
675: MESH; |a Women’s thesaurus; |a Thesaurus of psychological index terms
680: Here are entered works on psychological techniques that attempt to change a person’s sexual orientation from homosexuality to heterosexuality.

Social work with bisexuals
450: N/A
550: Bisexuals
670: Work cat.: 97-37962: Appleby, G.A. Not just a passing phase, 1998.

Social work with gay youth
450: N/A
550: Gay youth
670: Work cat.: 99054305: Mallon, G.P. Let’s get this straight, 2000.

Social work with gays
450: Social work with homosexuals
550: Gays
667-68X: N/A

Social work with lesbian youth
450: N/A
550: Lesbian youth
670: Work cat.: 99054305: Mallon, G.P. Let’s get this straight, 2000.

Social work with lesbians
450: N/A
550: Lesbians
670: Work cat.: Tapper, D. Human services and the gay and lesbian … 1986.
670: Hennepin |b (Social work with gay men and Lesbians)

Social work with older sexual minorities
450: N/A
550: Older sexual minorities
670: Work cat.: Project Visibility, 2006.
670: Project Visibility home page, May 20, 2007 |b (Project Visibility is a training program for administrators and staff of nursing homes, assisted living facilities, home care agencies, and other providers of services to older adults; Co-creating an aging services community that is informed, sensitive to, and supportive of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender elders and their families; LGBT elders)

Social work with sexual minorities
450: N/A
550: Sexual minorities
670: Work cat.: 2006038188: Hunter, S. Coming out and disclosures, c2007.

Social work with sexual minority youth
450: N/A
550: Sexual minority youth
670: Work cat.: Woronoff, R. Out of the margins : a report on regional listening forums highlighting the experiences of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning youth in care, c2006: |b p. xi (building the capacity of the child welfare system to better meet the needs of LGBTQ young people in care) p. xii (LGBTQ youth may not be readily recognized by child welfare professionals) p. xvii (If LGBTQ youth in care are to be served competently and compassionately, staff and service providers throughout all levels of the child welfare system require comprehensive training on how to do so) p. 6 (an individual caseworker may hold strong negative religious beliefs or other personal biases against LGBTQ youth, but under no circumstances should those private views be permitted to interfere with that caseworker’s responsibility to provide professional, respectful care to all young people, including those who are or may be perceived to be LGBTQ)

Social work with transgender people
450: N/A
550: Transgender people
667-68X: N/A

Social work with transgender youth
450: N/A
550: Transgender youth
670: Work cat.: DeCrescenzo, T. Serving transgender youth : the role of child welfare systems, c2002.
670: Social services with transgendered youth, c1999.

Transgender people–Violence against
450: Transphobic violence
550: N/A
670: Work cat.: Loudes, C.M.H. Handbook on monitoring and reporting homophobic and transphobic incidents, 2008: |b p. 7 (Transphobic incidents refer to acts motivated by hatred towards individuals or groups because of gender identity or gender expression … In order to include all violence, we recommend referring to homophobic and transphobic violence or homophobic and transphobic incidents)

Transgender prisoners
450: N/A
550: Prisoners
670: Work cat.: Cruel and unusual [VR] : transgender women in prison, 2007.
670: LC database, Nov. 29, 2007 |b (in contents note: Transgender prisoners)

Transphobia
450: Anti-transgender bias
450: Cissexism
450: Discrimination against transgender people
450: Transgender discrimination
450: Transprejudice
550: Discrimination
550: Phobias
670: Work cat.: Bryant, K. Transgender people in the U.S. military, 2008: |b PDF p. 1 (transgender service members and veterans, like many transgender people in the U.S., face various forms of discrimination based on their transgender status. Transgender people in particular faced discrimination while serving in the military, as well as when they accessed or tried to access services through VA Hospitals; nearly one third of the survey participants reported having experienced some form of discrimination in the workplace; the same amount reported some other form of non-employment related discrimination, such as being unable to obtain identification documents that reflected their new name and gender; survey collected data on discrimination in the military and discrimination outside of the military (e.g. employment, housing))
670: Loudes, C.M.H. Handbook on monitoring and reporting homophobic and transphobic incidents, 2008: |b p. 7 (Transphobic incidents refer to acts motivated by hatred towards individuals or groups because of gender identity or gender expression. Homophobia and transphobia also manifest themselves through: homophobic bullying; hate speech by political or religious leaders and organised groups)
670: Wikipedia, Oct. 29, 2010 |b (Transphobia (or less commonly, transprejudice and trans-misogyny, referring to transphobia directed toward transwomen, or trans-misandry, referring to transphobia directed toward transmen) refers to discrimination against transsexualism and transsexual or transgender people, based on the expression of their internal gender identity) Feb. 19, 2012 (Transphobia (or less commonly cissexism, transprejudice, and trans-misogyny, referring to transphobia directed toward trans women, or trans-misandry, referring to transphobia directed toward trans men) is a range of negative attitudes and feelings towards transsexualism and transsexual or transgender people, based on the expression of their internal gender identity)
670: Laframboise, S. An introduction to gender, transgender, and transphobia, via WWW, viewed Oct. 29, 2010 |b (the discrimination that transgendered people face; gender-based discrimination or “transphobia”)
670: Grant, J.M. Injustice at every turn, ©2011: |b t.p. (transgender discrimination) p. 2 (anti-transgender bias)
670: Moodie-Mills, A.C. Jumping beyond the broom, 2012, viewed online, Feb. 19, 2012: |b p. 24 (anti-transgender bias)

Transphobia in the military
450: N/A
550: Armed Forces
670: Work cat.: Bryant, K. Transgender people in the U.S. military, 2008: |b PDF p. 1 (transgender servicemembers and veterans, like many transgender people in the U.S., face various forms of discrimination based on their transgender status. Transgender people in particular faced discrimination while serving in the military, as well as when they accessed or tried to access services through VA Hospitals; nearly one third of the survey participants reported having experienced some form of discrimination in the workplace; the same amount reported some other form of non-employment related discrimination, such as being unable to obtain identification documents that reflected their new name and gender; survey collected data on discrimination in the military and discrimination outside of the military (e.g. employment, housing))

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