LGBTQI+ Studies

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The following titles are available in the Quest University Library print collection.

Canadian war on queers: national security as sexual regulation. Call number HQ76.3 C2 K56 2010

Education of eros: a history of education and the problem of adolescent sexuality. Call number HQ27 C362 2012

Gender, sexualities and law. Call number K644 G459 2011

The international homosexual conspiracy. Call number PN6231 H57 R625 2010

My queer war. D811 L643 A3 2010

Orgasmology. Call number HQ23 J34 2013

Persistence: all ways butch and femme. Call number HQ75.5 P47 2012

The politics of sexuality in Latin America : a reader on lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender rights. Call number HQ23 P663 2010

Post-gay? Post-Christian?: anatomy of a cultural and faith identity crisis. Call number BR115 H6 T48 2011

The queer art of failure. Call number BD175 H33 2011

Sex at dawn: the prehistoric origins of modern sexuality. Call number HQ12 R93 2010

Sex for life: from virginity to viagra, how sexuality changes throughout our lives. Call number HQ12 S422 2012

Trans/love: radical sex, love and relationships beyond the gender binary. Call number HQ77.9 T7153 2011

The transgender studies reader. Call number HQ77.9 T72 2006

The transgender studies reader 2. Call number HQ77.9 T72 2013

DVDs

The following DVDs are located in the Quest University Library.

Before and after Stonewall. Call number HQ76.8 U5 B44 2010

Beautiful thing. Call number PN1997 B359 2003

Boys don’t cry. Call number PN1997 B697 2000

Dangerous living coming out in the developing world. Call number HQ76.8 D48 D36 2003

The Laramie project. Call number PN1997.2 L37 2002

Maurice. Call number PR6011 O58 M3 2004

Milk. Call number PN1997.2 M55 2008

Paris is burning.HQ72.95 U6 P37 2005

Tipping the velvet. Call numberPR6073 A828 T56 2002

Walk on water (La-lekhat ‘al ha-mayim). Call number PN1997.2 L25 2005

The word is out stories of some of our lives. Call number

eBooks

The following title are located in EBSCOhost eBook Academic Collection.

Asencio, M. (2010). Latina/o Sexualities : Probing Powers, Passions, Practices, and Policies. New Brunswick, N.J.: Rutgers University Press.

Barton, B. (2012). Pray the Gay Away : The Extraordinary Lives of Bible Belt Gays. New York: NYU Press.

Bosia, M. J., & Weiss, M. L. (2013). Global Homophobia : States, Movements, and the Politics of Oppression. Urbana: University of Illinois Press.

DeLamater, J. D., & Carpenter, L. M. (2012). Sex for Life : From Virginity to Viagra, How Sexuality Changes Throughout Our Lives. New York: NYU Press.

Dellinger, K., & Williams, C. L. (2010). Gender and Sexuality in the Workplace. Bingley: Emerald Group Publishing Limited.

Grace, A. P., & Wells, K. (2015). Growing Into Resilience : Sexual and Gender Minority Youth in Canada. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, Scholarly Publishing Division.

Jolly, S., Cornwall, A., & Hawkins, K. (2013). Women, Sexuality and the Political Power of Pleasure. London: Zed Books.

Lalic, M., & Stanovic, J. (2010). Sexuality Education and Attitudes. New York: Nova Science Publishers, Inc.

Lee, J. H. (2011). Policing Sexuality : Sex, Society, and the State. Selangor: Zed Books.

Namaste, V. K. (2012). HIV Prevention and Bisexual Realities. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, Scholarly Publishing Division.

Scherer, B. (2016). Queering Paradigms VI : Interventions, Ethics and Glocalities. Oxford: Peter Lang Ltd, International Academic Publishers.

Sternadori, M. (2016). Mediated Eros : Sexual Scripts Within and Across Cultures. New York: Peter Lang Inc., International Academic Publishers

Willings, K., Mitchell, K., & Collumbien, M. (2012). Sexual Health : A Public Health Perspective. Maidenhead, Berkshire: McGraw-Hill Education.

Databases

Journals

Websites

The following web resources provide information on a variety of LGBTQI topics, many of them health-related.

Action Canada – For Sexual Health and Rights Works to increase access to quality sexual and reproductive health information and services and to comprehensive sexuality education in Canada and globally.

Advocates for Youth – LGBT research guide for youth Research about the reproductive and sexual health and rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender youth.

American Medical Association – LGBT Resources Lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) health-related articles, podcasts, handouts and presentations produced by the AMA and other leaders in the LGBT health field.

BC Center for Sexual Medicine Provides clinical service for patients with sexual dysfunction referred by their physicians from across the province.

Bisexual Resource Center Advocates for bisexual visibility and raises awareness about bisexuality throughout the LGBT and straight communities.

Center for LGBT Health Research – University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public Health Seeks understand and improve the health of the LGBT community by maintaining an infrastructure that provides research concerning LGBT health and wellness needs.

The Fenway Institute – Center for Population Research in LGBTQ Health. Supports and stimulates research to fill critical knowledge gaps related to the health of sexual and gender minorities, strengthening the foundation for culturally competent treatment and behavior change models.

Huffington Post Gay Voices LGBT news stories.

Options for Sexual Health Canada’s largest non-profit provider of sexual health services through clinics, education programs, and the 1-800 SEX SENSE information and referral line.

Rainbow Health Ontario Information to help both LGBT people and their health care providers become more aware of LGBT health issues.

Re:searching for LGBT Health A team of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, transsexual, Two-Spirit, and queer (LGBTQ) and ally researchers who focus on understanding how LGBTQ people experience physical and emotional (mental) health, and how they access health services.

Sex and U An initiative of the Society of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists of Canada, the site’s mandate is to provide guidance and advice to help individuals develop and maintain a healthy sexuality.

A Survey of LGBT Americans – Pew Research Report based on a Pew Research Center survey of the LGBT population conducted April 11-29, 2013, among a nationally representative sample of 1,197 self-identified lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender adults 18 years of age or older.