Let’s Recap LGBTQ Pride Month 2016

With the final day of June, LGBTQ Pride Month comes to a close for 2016. The Wiley Blackwell Team hopes to serve the LGBTQ Community by continuing the much needed discussion. As a reminder, all of the curated research collections for Pride Month will be freely available through July 31.

With the final day of June, LGBTQ Pride Month comes to a close for 2016. Just last year, same-sex marriage was federally legalized in the United States. In sharp contrast, this year’s pride month was shadowed by the devastation of the Orlando shootings. We were all painfully reminded that despite great strides made by the LGBTQ community, hate and inequality still run rampant. Through this grim reality, the outpour of love and support that emerged from such a violent act of hate is a testament of hope and strength.

LGBTQ Pride 2016

Thanks for visiting us each week this month to continue the necessary discussion on LGBTQ rights and issues. As a reminder, all of the curated research collections for Pride Month will be freely available through July 31.


LGBTQ Pride Month in the News

LGBT Rights in National Constitutions – would they make a difference in the US and

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globally? Huffington Post

 

‘They Were So Beautiful’: Remembering Those Murdered In Orlando NPR

Pope Francis: Catholics Should Apologize to the LGBT Community Advocate

Stonewall Inn Recognized as National Monument to Gay Rights The Wall Street Journal

 

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June 26, 2015 – White House lit with rainbow colors to celebrate SCOTUS same-sex marriage ruling.

Mapping the Rise of Anti-LGBT Legislation on the First Anniversary of Nationwide Marriage Equality The Atlantic’s CityLab

 

Charlotte Schools Set New Transgender Bathroom Policy The Wall Street Journal

NBA, WNBA Are First Pro Sports Leagues to March in NYC LGBT Pride Parade Rolling Stone

 


Pride on The Philosopher’s Eye

LGBTQ Rights
This collection explores the past, present, an future of LGBTQ law, politics, and activism which seeks to ensure effective change in social policy and legislation. Read more.
LGBT Family
This collection explores the complexities of social, ethical, and psychology themes of LGBTQ families and relationships, covering topics from sexual health to marriage equality. Read more.
People are people. And family is family.
Wiley Journal Publishing Manager Brian Giblin share a personal reflection on pride, identity, and coming out. Read more.
Trans Issues
Tackling complex issues that transgender and gender nonconforming people face, the collection covers topics such as cultural inclusion and representation, healthcare advocacy and treatment, institutional discrimination, violence, and many more. Read more.
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Interview: Patient Practice for Transgender and Gender-Nonconforming Youth with Dr. Christine Aramburu Alegria. Listen now.
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This collection focuses on Awareness and Education, covering a wide array of topics such as intersectionality, gender identity, and institutional inclusion. Read more.

LGBTQ Awareness & Education

Rounding out LGBTQ Pride Month, our final week is dedicated to LGBTQ Awareness & Education. We’ve unlocked a curated selection of research articles, which covers a wide array of topics such as intersectionality, gender identity, institutional inclusion, etc.

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Rounding out LGBTQ Pride Month, our final week is dedicated to LGBTQ Awareness & Education. We’ve unlocked a curated selection of research articles, which covers a wide array of topics such as intersectionality, gender identity, and institutional inclusion.

Enjoy this research freely through July 31, and don’t forget to comment and share below. Thanks for joining us as we continue the necessary conversation on LGBTQ rights, awareness, and support.


The importance of feeling sexually attractive: Can it predict an individual’s experience of their sexuality and sexual relationships across gender and sexual orientation? International Journal of Psychology | Early View

Complicating Counterspaces: Intersectionality and the Michigan Womyn’s Music Festival.  American Journal of Community Psychology | May 2016

Helping Gay and Lesbian Students Integrate Sexual and Religious Identities Journal of College Counseling | April 2016

Queering women, peace and security International Affairs | March 2016

Thriving and Adapting: Resilience, Sense of Community, and Syndemics among Young Black Gay and Bisexual Men American Journal of Community Psychology | March 2016

Educators’ Reports on Incidence of Harassment and Advocacy Toward LGBTQ Students Psychology in the Schools | February 2016

LGBT Populations in Studies of Urban Neighborhoods: Making the Invisible Visible City & Community | September 2015

Inclusive Classrooms for LGBTQ Students Using Linked Text Sets to Challenge the Hegemonic “Single Story” Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy| July/August 2015

Social Support Networks for LGBT Young Adults: Low Cost Strategies for Positive Adjustment Family Relations | July 2015

Extending Training in Multicultural Competencies to Include Individuals Identifying as Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual: Key Choice Points for Clinical Psychology Training Programs Clinical Psychology Science and Practice | June 2015

Gender, Naming, and Fluidity Dialog | June 2015

Quality LGBT Health Education: A Review of Key Reports and Webinars Clinical Psychology Science and Practice | June 2015

Toward Defining, Measuring, and Evaluating LGBT Cultural Competence for Psychologists Clinical Psychology Science and Practice | June 2015

My Soul to Take: A Phenomenology of the Struggle for an Authentic Gay Spirituality Counseling and Values | April 2015

LGBTQ Activist Organizations as ‘Respectably Queer’ in India: Contesting a Western View Gender, Work & Organization | January 2015

Medicine and Making Sense of Queer Lives Hastings Center Report | September 2014

Health Disparities among LGBT Older Adults and the Role of Nonconscious Bias Hastings Center Report | September 2014

‘Discourses of Desire:  Religion, Same-Sex Love and Secularisation in Britain, 1870-1930’ Gender & History | August 2014

Suicide Risk among Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Military Personnel and Veterans: What Does the Literature Tell Us? Suicide and Life-Threatening Behavior | April 2014

An Epistemology of Collusion:  Hijras, Kothis and the Historical (Dis)continuity of Gender/Sexual Identities in Eastern India Gender & History | November 2012

Gender and Sexuality in Contemporary Paganism Religion Compass | August 2012

Queer Systems: The Benefits of a More Systematic Approach to Queer Theology CrossCurrents | March 2011

Gay Asian Masculinities and Christian Theologies CrossCurrents | January 2011

Epistemic Modernity and the Emergence of Homosexuality in China Gender & History | November 2010

Is it a choice? Sexual orientation as interpretation Journal of Social Philosophy | February 2009


Just joining us for LGBTQ Pride Month? Catch up on the original content and curated collections that we’ve released so far!

495559275_fd6961c670_bInterview : Patient Practice for Transgender and Gender-Nonconforming Youth

 

 

Trans Issues Special Collection: Trans Issues

 

 

People are people. And family is family. On Identity, Pride, and Coming Out- A Personal Essay

 

 

LGBT Family Special Collection: LGBTQ Family & Relationships

 

 

LGBTQ Rights Special Collection: LGBTQ Rights

Interview : Patient Practice for Transgender and Gender-Nonconforming Youth

In an original podcast, Wiley’s Senior Marketing Manager Kathleen Mulcahy interviews Orvis School of Nursing’s Dr. Christine Aramburu Alegría on her clinical practice article titled, “Gender nonconforming and transgender children/youth: Family, community, and implications for practice,” published in the Journal of the American Association of Nurse Practitioners.

For this week of LGBTQ Pride Month, we continue our thematic exploration in Trans Issues. In an original podcast, Wiley’s Senior Marketing Manager Kathleen Mulcahy interviews Orvis School of Nursing’s Dr. Christine Aramburu Alegría on her clinical practice article titled, “Gender nonconforming and transgender children/youth: Family, community, and implications for practice,” published in the Journal of the American Association of Nurse Practitioners. Along with podcast, we have also included a transcript below.

Earlier this week we released a free collection of research articles related to a variety of transgender and gender nonconforming topics, Dr. Aramburu Alegría’s article is among this collection.

Don’t forget to come back each Monday as we post articles and think pieces from Wiley authors and LGBTQ advocates centered around a unique theme. Thanks for joining us as we continue the necessary conversation on LGBTQ rights, awareness, and support.


 


Podcast Transcript

Continue reading “Interview : Patient Practice for Transgender and Gender-Nonconforming Youth”

Trans Issues

This collection promotes awareness and exploration of gender identity and expression. Tackling complex issues that transgender and gender nonconforming people face, the collection covers topics such as cultural inclusion and representation, healthcare advocacy and treatment, institutional discrimination, violence, and many more.

Trans Issues

For the third week of LGBTQ Pride Month, we’ve selected articles from our broad journals portfolio under the theme Trans Issues. This collection promotes awareness and exploration of gender identity and expression. Tackling complex issues that transgender and gender nonconforming people face, the collection covers topics such as cultural inclusion and representation, healthcare advocacy and treatment, institutional discrimination, violence, and many more. Enjoy this research freely through July 31, and don’t forget to comment and share below.

In addition to this research collection, the Wiley-Blackwell Team has selected some of their favorite resources and history fun-facts about the trans community.

And, don’t forget to come back each Monday as we post articles and think pieces from Wiley authors and LGBTQ advocates centered around a unique theme. Thanks for joining us as we continue the necessary conversation on LGBTQ rights, awareness, and support. Continue reading “Trans Issues”

Contextualizing the LGBT Patient in the Health Care System

clinician and medical recordsThe Institute of Medicine (IOM) in its report, The Health of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgendered People: Building a Foundation for Better Understanding, recommends that data on sexual orientation and gender identify be collected and included among other demographic information  routinely stored in patients’ electronic health records. The intent of the IOM recommendation is to improve clinical care and to facilitate research that can address health inequalities among LGBT persons. The reality is that many LGBT persons remain reluctant to disclose their sexual orientation or gender identity, or have that information documented in the electronic health record – even when sexual orientation or gender identity is material to a medical  diagnosis or treatment. This reluctance should be contextualized within the backdrop of a health care system where many lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgendered persons have had negative, invalidating or discriminatory experiences when attempting to access health care, during their care or treatment, or during the care and treatment of a same-sex partner. As the Institute of Medicine observed, it is necessary to create a care environment in which individuals who have historically been stigmatized and discriminated against feel safe providing this information.  What steps can health care organizations take to demonstrate trustworthiness with respect to the collection and use of information related to sexual orientation or gender identify? Should clinicians’ elicit this information as a routine part of clinical care?

Mary Beth Foglia PhD MA

Department of Bioethics and Humanities, School of Medicine

University of Washington – Seattle

Editor and author for The Hastings Center Report