National Geographic's January 2017 "Gender Revolution" special issue is available online to CSB and SJU community members.
Scientific American's September 2017 "The New Science of Sex and Gender" special issue is available online (scroll down for links to articles in the issue).
- Seeing gender : an illustrated guide to identity and expression byCall Number: Clemens HQ23 .G68 2019Publication Date: 2019
- Beyond the Gender Binary byCall Number: Clemens HQ18.552 .V35 2020Publication Date: 2020
What is LGBTQIA2S+?
LGBTQ is an acronym for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer or questioning. These terms are used to describe a person’s sexual orientation or gender identity. (From https://gaycenter.org/about/lgbtq/)
From the New York Times, "The ABCs of L.G.B.T.Q.I.A.+".
This guide is designed to help those who identify as LGBTQ+ but also those that want to be allies to the community. If you have any questions or know of content that should be included in this guide, please email Sarah Gewirtz, Social Science Librarian, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Books by ALOK VAID-MENON
- Your wound, my garden : poetry byCall Number: Clemens PS3622.A348 Y58 2021Publication Date: 2021
- Femme in public : poetry byCall Number: Clemens PS3622.A348 F46 2017Publication Date: 2017
Queer Terminology from A-Q
"This Q Glossary may apper to be simply a list of words, but words have power. Words matter...Words name and describe. If there are no words that fit, then LGBTQ+ identities, experiences and realities remain outside of language, silenced and invisible, unable to be recognized, communicated or shared...Wordsin this glossary reflect the struggle to created, choose and reclaim terminology. The struggle for words that build people up instead of tear them down is at the heart of our movement." - Qmunity