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Pride 2019

Celebrating Pride 2019

As part of the celebrations of the LGBT+ community that have been happening around the world through June and July, we wanted to showcase some of the important research we have published in this area.

The journal articles are free to read until 21 July 2019.

 

Critical and Radical Social Work

‘They’ve lost that wounded look’: Stonewall and the struggle for LGBT+ rights

Updating the Gender Recognition Act: trans oppression, moral panics and implications for social work

Improving access to sexual violence support for marginalised individuals: findings from the lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans* and the black and minority ethnic communities

European Journal of Politics and Gender

Coming out of the political science closet: the study of LGBT politics in Europe

Outing representation: lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and queer politicians’ narratives

The fight of the Religious Right in Europe: old whines in new bottles

Families, Relationships and Societies

Co-parenting arrangements in lesbian and gay families: when the ‘mum and dad’ ideal generates innovative family forms

Freedom and foreclosure: Intimate consequences for asexual identities

On being a best woman at the marriage of two husbands

It’s raining cats, dogs and diapers! The intersections of rising pet ownership and LGBTQ+ coupledom

Global Discourse

‘The stigma of Western words’: asylum law, transgender identity and sexual orientation is South Africa

What are the politics of love?

Gender, sexuality and the limits of the law

Journal of Gender-Based Violence

Sexual Victimisation of transgender people in the Netherlands: prevalence, risk factors and health consequences

A campus LGBTQ community's sexual violence and stalking experiences

Journal of Poverty and Social Justice

LGBT* ageing in the UK: spatial inequalities in older age housing/care provision


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