LGBTQ LC Subject Headings: 6. Health, Medicine, and Psychology

AIDS (Disease)
450: Acquired immune deficiency syndrome
450: Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome
450: Acquired immunological deficiency syndrome
550: HIV infections
550: Immunological deficiency syndromes
550: Virus-induced immunosuppression
670: Work cat.: Fettner, A.G. The truth about aids, 1985.
670: MESH |b (Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome)
670: Best & Taylor: |b p. 374.
670: Hennepin |b (AIDS)

Gay men–Alcohol use

450: N/A
550: N/A
667: Record generated for validation purposes.
670: Work cat.: Milton, Adrian. Lavender light, 1995

Gay men–Alcohol use–United States
450: N/A
550: N/A
667: Record generated for validation purposes.
670: Work cat.: Addiction and recovery in gay and lesbian persons, c1995

Gay men–Alcohol use–United States–Bibliography
450: N/A
550: N/A
667: Record generated for validation purposes.
670: Work cat.: Berg, Steven L. The NALGAP annotated bibliography, 1987

Gay men–Alcohol use–United States–Case studies
450: N/A
550: N/A
667: Record generated for validation purposes.
670: Work cat.: Moriarty, John. Liquid lover, 2001

Gay men–Mental health
450: N/A
550: N/A
667: Record generated for validation purposes.
670: Work cat.: Eros is een verrader, 1996

Gay men–Psychology
450: N/A
550: N/A
667: Record generated for validation purposes.
670: Work cat.: Love in the shadow, 1994

Gay men–Sexual behavior
450: N/A
550: N/A
667: Record generated for validation purposes.
670: Work cat.: Afterwords, 2001

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

Gay men–United States–Psychology
450: N/A
550: N/A
667: Record generated for validation purposes.
670: Work cat.: Gay widowers, c1997

Gay nurses
450: N/A
550: Nurses
670: Work cat.: 96-14482: Zurlinden, J. Lesbian and gay nurses, c1997

Gays–Alcohol use
450: N/A
550: N/A
667: Record generated for validation purposes.
670: Work cat.: Kettelhack, Guy. Vastly more than that, 1999

Gays–Alcohol use–United States
450: N/A
550: N/A
667: Record generated for validation purposes.
670: Work cat.: Kettelhack, Guy. Vastly more than that, 1999

Gays–Alcohol use–United States–History
450: N/A
550: N/A
667: Record generated for validation purposes.
670: Work cat.: Borden, Audrey. The history of gay people in Alcoholics Anonymous, c2007

Gays–Mental health
450: N/A
550: N/A
667: Record generated for validation purposes.
670: Work cat.: Keys to caring, 1990

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

Gender expression
450: Expression, Gender
550: Sex (Psychology)
550: Sex role
670: RationalWiki web site, May 18, 2011 |b (Gender expression is the manner in which individuals “perform” their gender roles. That is to say, an individual may identify as a particular gender, but that individual may express that gender in various ways; what we perceive as gender has little direct attachment to the deeper gender identity of the individual. Many of our expressions of gender are culturally based performances)
670: About.com web site, May 18, 2011 |b (Gender Expression is the physical manifestation of one’s gender identity, usually expressed through clothing, mannerisms, and chosen names. Transgender people usually have a gender expression that matches their gender identity, rather than their birth sex. Gender Identity is a person’s internal sense of being a man or woman or boy or girl. For transgender people, their gender identity will not match the sex they were born with.)
670: American Psychological Association APA policy statement: transgender, gender identity & gender expression non-discrimination, via WWW, viewed May 18, 2011 |b (gender identity or expression; gender identity and expression; gender identities and expressions; gender identity or gender expression)
670: The Gender Expression Non-Discrimination Act (GENDA), via Transgender Law & Policy Institute web site, viewed May 18, 2011 |b (legislation would prohibit discrimination because of a person’s gender identity or expression; no one should be subject to discrimination because of their gender identity or gender expression)
670: Answers to common questions–Gender Expression Non-Discrimination Act, via Empire State Pride Agenda web site, May 18, 2011 |b (Gender identity and expression refers to the way people self-identify and present their masculinity and/or femininity to the world. Often, but not always, this corresponds to the person’s sex as assigned at birth, so that a person born biologically male or female often dresses, adopts a hair style, and uses a name and pronoun in ways that reflect the culturally accepted roles associated with their birth sex.)

Gender identity
450: Sex identity (Gender identity)
450: Sexual identity (Gender identity)
550: Identity (Psychology)
550: Sex (Psychology)
550: Queer theory
670: Work cat.: What if I’m gay [MP] 1988.
670: Women’s thes. |b (Sexual identity)
670: MESH |b (gender identity)
670: Campbell, R. Psychiatric dict., 1984 |b (gender identity: the inner conviction that one is either male, female, ambivalent, or neutral)
675: Hennepin

Gender identity disorders
450: Dysphoria, Gender
450: Gender dysphoria
550: Psychosexual disorders
667-68X: N/A

Gender identity in science
450: N/A
550: Science
670: Work cat.: 2006022093: Figuring it out : science, gender, and visual culture, c2006: |b CIP galley (Summary: original essays analyzing gender in the imagery of science)

Heterosexism in gerontology
450: N/A
550: Gerontology
670: Work cat.: Harrison, J.A. Towards the recognition of gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, and intersex ageing in Australian gerontology, 2004: |b ch. 1, p. 4 (the concept of heteronormativity refers to a general perspective which sees heterosexual experience as the only, or central view of the world) p. 5 (a heteronormative discourse underpins Australian gerontology literature) p. 10 (the positioning of heterosexuality at the centre of analysis and action, while maintaining the marginalisation and silencing of GLBTI experience in gerontology)

Heterosexism in medical care
450: N/A
550: Medical care
670: Work cat.: Health care for lesbians and gay men : confronting homophobia and heterosexism, c1996.
670: Scarce, M. Smearing the queer : medical bias in the health care of gay men, c1999.

Heterosexism in medicine
450: N/A
550: Medicine
670: Work cat.: Electr. reprod./Knabe, S.M. Moral pan(dem)ic : deviance and disease in Canadian medical discourses on AIDS, 1981-1990, 1999: |b p. 10 (representations of bodies infected with AIDS are carefully constructed within a heterosexualizing and racializing frame) p. 18 (hegemonic, heteronormative, medico-scientific discourses) pp. 32-33 (socio-cultural assumption of normative, masculine heterosexuality as the unstated, but implied, default setting within a paradigm of sexual health)

Heterosexism in nursing
450: N/A
550: Nursing
670: Work cat.: Röndahl, G. Heteronormativity in a nursing context, 2005: |b abstr. (heteronormative assumptions were communicated by the nursing staff; only a small minority in Swedish nursing have negative attitudes toward lesbians and gay men)

HIV-positive bisexual men
450: Bisexual HIV-positive men
550: Bisexual men
550: HIV-positive men
670: Work cat.: 2004026530: HIV+ sex : the psychological and interpersonal dynamics of HIV-seropositive gay and bisexual men’s relationships, c2005.

HIV-positive gay men
450: Gay HIV-positive men
550: Gay men
550: HIV-positive men
670: Work cat.: Lampinen, T.M. A cohort study of sexual practices, condom use, and detection of human immunodeficiency virus type one in the anorectal mucosa of seropositive men who have sex with men, 2001.
670: LC database, June 6, 2005 |b (a gay HIV positive man; hommes homosexuels séropositifs au VIH; HIV-seropositive gay and bisexual men’s relationships)

Homophobia in medical care
450: N/A
550: Medical care
670: Work cat.: Electr. reprod./Kelly, J.M. Lesbians’ experiences of menopause, 2003: |b abstr. (homophobia experienced when interacting with health professionals, which led to less than satisfactory health care) p. 87 (chapter 6 title: Health Services and Homophobia; lesbians and their experiences of health services; homophobia and hetersexism within health services)

Homophobia in medicine
450: N/A
550: Medicine
670: Work cat.: Electr. reprod./Knabe, S.M. Moral pan(dem)ic : deviance and disease in Canadian medical discourses on AIDS, 1981-1990, 1999: |b p. 18 (techniques by which homosexuality has been marked as different and pathological … resistances to this homophobia) p. 23 (homophobia of medical constructions of homosexuality and AIDS)

Homophobia in psychoanalysis
450: N/A
550: Psychoanalysis
670: 95-26209: Isay, R. Becoming gay : reflections of a psychoanalyst, 1996.
670: MEDLINE, Oct. 15, 1996.
670: Hennepin |b (Homophobia in psychoanalysis)

Homosexuality–Genetic aspects
450: N/A
550: Human genetics
670: Work cat.: 94-22260: Hamer, D. The science of desire, 1994.

Homosexuality–Psychological aspects
450: N/A
550: N/A
667: Record generated for validation purposes.
670: Work cat.: Homosexualität im Mann, c1991

Homosexuality & psychotherapy
430: Homosexuality and psychotherapy
550: N/A
670: A Guide to psychotherapy with gay and lesbian clients, c1984.

Internalized homophobia
450: Ego-dystonic homophobia
450: Homophobia in gays
450: Internalized
450: Internalized homophobia in gays
550: Gays–Psychology
550: Homophobia
550: Self-hate (Psychology)
670: Work cat.: Rank, D. Internalized homophobia in lesbians, 2000: |b p. 2 (used to define the self-hatred a homosexual person feels as a result of being socialized by a heterosexual world) p. 3 (represents an internalization of negative attitudes and assumptions; ego-dystonic homosexuality … dissatisfaction with being homosexual and as being associated with low self-esteem and self-hatred)
670: Wikipedia, July 29, 2005 |b (under Homophobia: Internalised homophobia. Internalized homophobia (or ego-dystonic homophobia) usually refers to homophobia as a prejudice carried by LGBT people against themselves and others like them. It includes a discomfort with or disapproval of one’s own LGBT status (e.g. sexual orientation).)
670: ArtPolitic encyc. of politics, via WWW, July 29, 2005 |b (under Homophobia: Homophobia directed against oneself, called internalised homophobia or ego-dystonic homophobia, can result in lifelong suffering of depression, low self-esteem and a stunted love life and sexuality)
670: GLBTQ : an encyc. of gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender & queer culture, via WWW, July 29, 2005 |b (under Homophobia: Internalized Heterosexuality. Homophobia is not limited to heterosexuals, but exists among homosexuals as well. Internalized homophobia probably results from the negative ideas about homosexuality that many gay men and lesbians absorb from the larger society. The effects of internalized homophobia can be severe.)

Internalized homophobia in lesbians
450: Homophobia in lesbians, Internalized
450: Lesbian internalized homophobia
550: Lesbians–Psychology
670: Work cat.: Rank, D. Internalized homophobia in lesbians, 2000: |b p. 3 (represents an internalization of negative attitudes and assumptions concerning lesbianism)
670: Google search, July 29, 2005 |b (internalized homophobia among lesbian women; lesbian internalized homophobia; internalized homophobia and lesbian identity; internalized homophobia in lesbian relationships; internalized homophobia in lesbians; lesbians with internalized homophobia)

Lesbian nurses
450: N/A
550: Gay nurses
670: Work cat.: 96-14482: Zurlinden, J. Lesbian and gay nurses, c1997.

Lesbians–Alcohol use
450: N/A
550: N/A
667: Record generated for validation purposes.
670: Work cat.: Making lesbians visible in the substance use field, c2005

Lesbians–Alcohol use–United States
450: N/A
550: N/A
667: Record generated for validation purposes.
670: Work cat.: Addiction and recovery in gay and lesbian persons, c1995

Lesbians–Alcohol use–United States–Bibliography
450: N/A
550: N/A
667: Record generated for validation purposes.
670: Work cat.: Berg, Steven L. The NALGAP annotated bibliography, 1987

Lesbians–Alcohol use–United States–Miscellanea
450: N/A
550: N/A
667: Record generated for validation purposes.
670: Work cat.: The next step, 1994

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

Lesbians–Sexual behavior
450: N/A
550: N/A
667: Record generated for validation purposes.
670: Work cat.: Wer mit wem?, c1994

Male homosexuality–Psychological aspects
450: N/A
550: N/A
667: Record generated for validation purposes.
670: Work cat.: Cutes, c1991

Psychoanalysis and homosexuality
450: Homosexuality and psychoanalysis
550: Homosexuality
670: Work cat.: 95-26209: Isay, R.A. Becoming gay, 1996.
670: Hennepin |b (Psychoanalysis and homosexuality)
670: WorldCat database, 10/27/95.
670: Social Science Index database, 10/27/95.

Sex change
450: Change of sex
450: Reassignment, Sex
450: Sex change surgery
450: Sex reassignment
450: Transsexual surgery
550: Generative organs |x Surgery
550: Hormone therapy
670: Random House |b (sex change)
670: Hennepin |b (Sex change surgery)
670: Acad. Am. encyc.: |b v. 17, p. 225 (sex reassignment)
670: Intl. dict. med. biol. |b (Transsexualism; sex reassignment operation; transsexual surgery)
675: MESH
680: Here are entered works on the surgical and hormonal alteration of a person’s biological sex characteristics.

Sex instruction for gay men
450: Sex instruction for homosexual men
550: Gay men
670: Work cat.: Preston, J. Safe sex, c1987.

Sex instruction for lesbians
450: N/A
550: Lesbians
667-68X: N/A

Sexual orientation and gender identity in primary care, general medicine and mental health
450: N/A
550: N/A
667: THIS 1XX FIELD CANNOT BE USED UNDER RDA UNTIL THIS RECORD HAS BEEN REVIEWED AND/OR UPDATED
670: Sexual orientation and gender identity in primary care, general medicine and mental health, 2009
670: Phone call to UC Davis Health System Office of Continuing Medical Education |b (Intended to continue in future years)

Transphobia in medical care
450: N/A
550: Medical care
670: Work cat.: Grant, J.M. National Transgender Discrimination Survey report on health and health care, 2010: |b t.p. (Transgender and gender non-conforming people frequently experience discrimination when accessing health care, from disrespect and harassment to violence and outright denial of service; if medical providers were aware of the patient’s transgender status, the likelihood of that person experiencing discrimination increased)

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