By Jami Kathleen Taylor,Donald P. Haider-Markel
By Christopher Pullen,Margaret Cooper
LGBT identification and on-line New Media examines structures of LGBT identification inside new media. The participants consider the results, matters, impacts, advantages and downsides of those new media phenomena with recognize to the development of LGBT identities. quite a lot of mainstream and self sufficient new media are analyzed, including MySpace, fb, YouTube, homosexual men’s wellbeing and fitness websites, message forums, and Craigslist advertisements, between others. it is a pioneering interdisciplinary collection that is crucial studying for somebody drawn to the intersections of gender, sexuality, and technology.
By Dr. Jon Schiller PhD
This homosexual Love publication is prepared as follows:
Four fictional homosexual stories telling approximately homosexual love stories:
1.An MIT graduate who meets his Love Mate in a Boston homosexual Dance hall.
2.Two Caltech Alumni who choose to attempt homosexual Love once they grew to become widows
3.A homosexual guy who was once looking homosexual Love in a homosexual bathtub residence, yet settled for homosexual love with a espresso store proprietor after he closed up shop.
4.A supervisor and his Assistant engaged on a US undertaking in Iran throughout the days of the Shah whilst their motor vehicle used to be virtually hit through a Terrorist vehicle Bomb. Their homosexual love periods have been to alleviate stress whereas they stayed within the Tehran Hilton Hotel.
The booklet additionally experiences the felony prestige folks homosexual Marriages, the background of homosexual bathtub homes, and describes homosexual Sodomy techniques.
There are Appendices:
1.Where to satisfy a homosexual Love Mate
2.Number of homosexual humans in each one US state
By David Halperin
— Don Kulick, Professor of Anthropology, manhattan University
How we will speak about intercourse and hazard within the age of barebacking— or condomless intercourse— with out invoking the standard bogus and punitive cliché s approximately homosexual males’ s alleged low vainness, loss of strength of mind, and different mental “ deficits” ? Are there queer choices to psychology for pondering the interior lifetime of homosexuality? What Do homosexual males wish? explores a few of the possibilities.
Unlike such a lot writers with regards to homosexual males and dicy intercourse, David Halperin liberates homosexual male subjectivity from psychology, demonstrating the insidious ways that psychology’ s defining competition among the traditional and the pathological matters homosexuality to clinical reasoning and revives a complete set of unexamined ethical assumptions approximately “ stable” intercourse and “ undesirable” sex.
In specific, Halperin champions ignored traditions of queer idea, together with either literary and well known discourses, via drawing at the paintings of famous figures like Jean Genet and missed ones like Marcel Jouhandeau. He exhibits how the lengthy background of of homosexual males’ s makes use of of “ abjection” can provide an alternate, nonmoralistic version for pondering homosexual male subjectivity, anything that is urgently wanted within the age of barebacking.
Anyone looking for nondisciplinary how one can sluggish the unfold of HIV/AIDS between homosexual males— or drawn to new modes of wondering homosexual male subjectivity— may still learn this book.
David M. Halperin is W. H. Auden Collegiate Professor of the historical past and thought of Sexuality, Professor of English, Professor of ladies’ s reviews, Professor of Comparative Literature, and Adjunct Professor of Classical experiences on the collage of Michigan.
By Cesar Vanegas G.
Hace parte de un estudio socio jurídico sobre estos temas: diversidad sexual, identidad de género, orientación sexual, homosexualidad, lesbianismo, transgenerismo, historia de l. a. diversidad sexual, derechos universales de los angeles diversidad sexual, unión civil y matrimonio gay, adopción gay y personajes que salieron del closet.
El primer ensayo se dirige indistintamente a lectores LGBT, heterosexuales y todo tipo de usuarios interesados en el tema de l. a. diversidad. Los niños, niñas y adolescentes podrán acceder a él (con los angeles venia de sus padres) pues no contiene nada crudo o morboso que pudiera afectar su sensibilidad.
Con esta propuesta editorial el autor busca contribuir a un conocimiento más amplio y obje-tivo de l. a. diversidad sexual y de género como realidad social.
Se enfatiza sobre los angeles igualdad de derechos de todas las personas en el mundo, independien-temente de su orientación de género y de su modo de pensar y de obrar en materia sexual.
By Brent Heinze,Race Bannon
It discusses themes in terms of courting, flirting, utilizing know-how, cruising, intercourse, relationships, self-improvement, and developing powerful aid networks whereas providing views and methods worthy in making sustained lifestyles alterations. it is a needs to learn for these dwelling the homosexual lifestyles or those that are looking to achieve a greater figuring out of demanding situations confronted with the homosexual community.
By Carol Mason
By exploring the scandal-filled lives of 4 Oklahomans, this booklet demonstrates how unqueering operates in a conservative American context. Carol Mason weaves a narrative approximately how homogenizing, antigay principles evolve from iteration to new release so they in attaining specific financial, imperial, racial, and gendered pursuits. utilizing attractive and obtainable observation on antigay crusaders (Sally Kern and Anita Bryant) and queer lecturers brushed off from their positions (Billy James Hargis and Bruce Goff), Mason illustrates how the lives of those figures symbolize paradigmatic moments in conservative confrontations with queers and support us to appreciate the conflation of terrorism with homosexuality, which dates again to the McCarthy era.
Carol Mason is Professor of Gender and Women’s reviews on the collage of Kentucky. She is the writer of Killing for all times: The Apocalyptic Narrative of Pro-Life Politics and Reading Appalachia from Left to correct: Conservatives and the 1974 Kanawha County Textbook Controversy.
By Sandra E. Lundy,Beth Leventhal
This complete source ebook examines a vast variety of concerns that confront the sufferers of same-sex household violence and people who provide them providers. Chapters contain issues of functional main issue, HIV, same-sex household violence, setting up safe-home networks for battered homosexual males, court docket advocacy, coalition development and courting violence prevention.
By Stanton L. Jones,Mark A. Yarhouse
Stanton L. Jones and Mark A. Yarhouse current social technology learn on homosexuality designed to respond to the questions:
- Can those that obtain religiously-informed psychotherapy adventure a transformation of their sexual orientation?
- Are such courses damaging to participants?
The effects convey that results for this type of religiously-informed psychotherapy are just like results of treatment for different mental difficulties. Such courses don't seem to be damaging on standard to individuals.
This study could be of curiosity to all those that need to know the most recent learn on sexual orientation swap and the consequences of religiously-informeded courses on those that make the most of them.
By Yvette Taylor,Michelle Addison