Selected Bibliography for Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual Concerns in Psychology: An Affirmative Perspective

Preface

Acknowledgments

  1. Theoretical Perspectives on Homosexuality and Bisexuality

    1. Biological and Psychological

    2. Cultural and Historical

  2. Identity

    1. Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual

    2. American Ethnic Minorities

    3. International

  3. Developmental Issues

    1. Children and Youth

    2. Career and Work

    3. Religion and Spirituality

    4. Community

    5. Aging

  4. Social Issues

    1. Legal, Civil, and Human Rights

    2. Prejudice, Discrimination, and Violence

  5. Relationships

    1. Couples

    2. Parenting

    3. Family of Origin

  6. Sexuality

  7. Mental Health

    1. Mental Health Issues

    2. Psychotherapy and Counseling Interventions

  8. Health

    1. Substance Abuse

    2. Physical Illness and Disabilities

    3. HIV/AIDS

Preface

This is the latest edition of a selected bibliography prepared by the American Psychological Association's Committee on Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Concerns (CLGBC). The first edition was produced in 1979 by the APA Task Force on the Status of Lesbian and Gay Male Psychologists. Since then, the bibliography has been revised and updated periodically. The previous edition was published in 1990.

CLGBC member Christine Browning, Ph.D. initiated the preparation of this edition in 1994. The revision was completed in 1998 under the leadership of CLGBC member Michael R. Stevenson, Ph.D. Initially, the CLGBC network and the participants at a conference sponsored by the American Psychological Foundation Wayne Placek Fund were solicited for feedback on the topics to be covered and experts to be asked to recommend entries. The CLGBC used that feedback to compile a list of topics and of experts. Requests for recommendations for entries were sent to the experts. The experts' recommendations were collated and edited by CLGBC.

This bibliography is highly selective. It is ot intended for researchers or to support an in-depth review of any topic; rather, it is a general purpose resource provided to students, psychologists, and others who contact APA for information on lesbian, gay, and bisexual issues. For example, psychotherapists may use the bibliography to guide their own reading or to make recommendations to clients. Educators may use it in developing courses or as a guide for undergraduate or graduate students. Psychologists may also use it in their work with community groups or in policy advocacy. For a more comprehensive bibliography, see Gay and Lesbian Issues: Abstracts of the Psychological and Behavioral Literature, 1985-1996 (Anderson & Adley, 1997).

Because the bibliography is highly selective, pre-1985 material has been excluded except for classic works or those areas for which there is very little literature. Also excluded are articles from journals not typically found in academic libraries, popular magazines, papers presented at conferences, non-print materials, biographies, autobiographies, fiction, and popular non-fiction.

When space was a consideration, the following order of preference for inclusion was used:

  1. books written by psychologists or from a psychological perspective;
  2. psychology related articles in psychology journals;
  3. books which are not primarily related to lesbian, gay, and bisexual issues but have some relevant chapters;
  4. books or journal articles about lesbian, gay, and bisexual issues which have not been historically or currently addressed in psychology journals or books, but would be of general benefit;
  5. among multiple publications by a single author, the most recent and comprehensive was chosen.

Reference

Anderson, C.W., and Adley, A.R. (1997). Gay and Lesbian Issues: Abstracts of the Psychological and Behavioral Literature, 1985-1996. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.

Acknowledgments

Acknowledgment is given to the following contributors to the bibliography: Deborah J. Bowen, Alex Carballo-Dieguez, James M. Croteau, Anthony R. D'Augelli, Sari H. Dworkin, Ruth E. Fassinger, Ronald C. Fox, Linda D. Garnets, Terry S. Gock, Carla Golden, John C. Gonsiorek, Robert J. Green, Beverly Greene, Gregory M. Herek, Richard P. Keeling, Douglas C. Kimmel, Lawrence A. Kurdek, Allen M. Omoto, Charlotte J. Patterson, Sarah F. Pearlman, Letitia Anne Peplau, Kathleen M. Ritter, Mary Jane Rotheram-Borus, Ritch Savin-Williams, Royce W. Scrivner, and Frankie Y. Wong. Lisa Ankenbrand provided assistance with copy editing and correction.

Clinton W. AndersonAmerican Psychological Association Lesbian, Gay, & Bisexual Concerns OfficerChristine Browning, PhDCLGBC 1994-1996Michael R. Stevenson, PhDCLGBC 1997-1999

1. Theoretical Perspectives On Homosexuality and Bisexuality

a. Biological and Psychological

  • Byne W., & Parsons, B. (1993). Human sexual orientation: The biologic theories appraised. Archives of General Psychiatry, 50(3), 228-239.

  • Diamant, L., & McAnulty, R. (Eds.). (1995). The psychology of sexual orientation, behavior, and identity: A handbook. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press.

  • Ellis, L., & Ebertz, L. (Eds.). (1997). Sexual orientation: Toward biological understanding. Westport, CN: Praeger.

  • Gonsiorek, J. C. (1995). Gay male identities: Concepts and issues. In A. R. D'Augelli & C. J. Patterson (Eds.), Lesbian, gay and bisexual identities over the lifespan: Psychological perspectives (pp. 24-47). New York: Oxford University Press.

  • Gonsiorek, J.C., & Weinrich, J.D. (1991). Definition and scope of sexual orientation. In J.C. Gonsiorek & J.D. Weinrich (Eds.), Homosexuality: Research implications for public policy (pp. 1-12). Newbury Park, CA: Sage.

  • Greene, B., & Herek, G.M. (Eds.). (1994). Psychological perspectives on lesbian and gay issues: Vol. 1. Lesbian and gay psychology: Theory, research, and clinical applications. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

  • Kirsch, J. A. W., & Weinrich, J. D. (1991). Homosexuality, nature, and biology: Is homosexuality natural? Does it matter? In J. Gonsiorek & J. Weinrich (Eds.), Homosexuality: Research implications for public policy (pp. 13-31). Newbury Park, CA: Sage.

  • LeVey, S. (1996). Queer science: The use and abuse of research into homosexuality. Cambridge MA: The MIT Press.

  • Pillard, R. C. (1991). Masculinity and femininity in homosexuality: "Inversion" revisited. In J. Gonsiorek & J. Weinrich (Eds.), Homosexuality: Research implications for public policy (pp. 32-43). Newbury Park, CA: Sage.

b. Cultural and Historical

  • Bayer, R. (1987). Homosexuality and American Psychiatry (Rev. ed.). Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.

  • Berube, A. (1991). Coming out under fire: The history of gay men and women in World War II. New York: Plume.

  • Boston Lesbian Psychologies Collective (Eds.).(1987). Lesbian psychologies. Chicago: University of Illinois Press.

  • Cantarella, E. (1992). Bisexuality in the ancient world. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press.

  • Donaldson, S. (1995). The bisexual movement's beginnings in the 70s: A personal retrospective. In N. Tucker (Ed.), Bisexual politics: Theories, queries, and visions (pp. 31-46). New York: Harrington Park Press.

  • Duberman, M., (1993). Stonewall. New York: Plume.

  • Duberman, M., Vicinus, M., & Chauncey, G. (Eds.). (1991). Hidden from history: Reclaiming gay and lesbian past. New York: New American Library

  • Faderman, L. (1991). Odd girls and twilight lovers. New York: Columbia University Press.

  • Fox, R. C. (1996). Bisexuality in perspective: A review of theory and research. In B. A. Firestein (Ed.), Bisexuality: The psychology and politics of an invisible minority. Newbury Park, CA: Sage.

  • Herdt, G., & Boxer, A. M. (1992). Introduction: Culture, history, and life course of gay men. In G. Herdt (Ed.), Gay culture in America: Essays from the field. Boston: Beacon.

  • Kennedy, E.L., & Davis, M.D. (1993). Boots of leather, slippers of gold: The history of lesbian community. New York: Penguin.

  • Queen, C., & Schimel, L. (Eds.). (1997). Pomosexuals: Challenging assumptions about gender and sexuality. San Francisco: Clies.

  • Rose, S., Stevens, C., & The Off-Pink Collective (Eds.). (1996). Bisexual horizons: Politics, histories, lives. London: Lawrence & Wishart.

  • Rust, P. C. (1995). Bisexuality and the challenge to lesbian politics. New York: New York University Press.

  • Sears, J. T. (1991). Growing up gay in the south: Race, gender, and journeys of the spirit. New York: Harrington Park Press.

  • Udis-Kessler, A. (1992). Identity/politics: A history of the bisexual movement. In N. Tucker (Ed.), Bisexual Politics: Theories, queries, and visions (pp. 17-30). New York: Harrington Park Press.

2. Identity

a. Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual

  • Cass, V. (1979). Homosexual identity formation: A theoretical model. Journal of Homosexuality, 4, 219-235.

  • Cohen, K. M., & Savin-Williams, R.C. (1996). Developmental perspectives on coming out to self and others. In R. C. Savin-Williams & K. M. Cohen (Eds.), The lives of lesbians, gays, and bisexuals: Children to adults (pp. 113-151). Fort Worth, TX: Harcourt Brace.

  • Coleman, E. (1982). Developmental stages of the coming out process. Journal of Homosexuality, 8, 31-43.

  • Coleman, E. (1987). Assessment of sexual orientation. Journal of Homosexuality, 14 (1/2), 9-24.

  • Firestein, B. A. (Ed.). (1996). Bisexuality: The psychology and politics of an invisible minority. Newbury Park, CA: Sage.

  • Fox, R. C. (1995). Bisexual identities. In A. R. D'Augelli & C.J. Patterson (Eds.), Lesbian, gay, and bisexual identities over the lifespan: Psychological perspectives. New York: Oxford University Press.

  • Garnets, L. D., & Kimmel, D. C. (1993). Psychological perspectives on lesbian and gay male experiences. New York: Columbia University Press.

  • Golden, C. (1987). Diversity and variability in women's sexual identities. In The Boston Lesbian Psychologies Collective (Eds.), Lesbian psychologies: Explorations and challenges (pp. 18-34). Urbana and Chicago, IL: University of lllinois Press.

  • Gonsiorek, J. C., & Rudolph, J. R. (1991). Homosexual identity: Coming out and other developmental events. In J. C. Gonsiorek, & J. D. Weinrich (Eds.), Homosexuality: Research implications for public policy (pp.161-176). Newbury Park, CA: Sage.

  • Hutchins, L., & Kaahumanu, L. (Eds.). (1991). Bi any other name: Bisexual people speak out. Boston, MA: Alyson.

  • Rothblum, E. D., & Cole, E. (Eds.). (1989). Loving boldly: Issues facing lesbians. New York: Harrington Press.

  • Shuster, R. (1987). Sexuality as a continuum: The bisexual identity. In The Boston Lesbian Psychologies Collective (Eds.), Lesbian psychologies: Explorations and challenges (pp. 56-71). Urbana and Chicago, IL: University of Illinois Press.

  • Stokes, J. P., Damon, W., & McKirnan, D. J. (1997). Predictors of movement toward homosexuality: A longitudinal study of bisexual men. Journal of Sex Research, 34, 304-312.

  • Weinberg, M. S., Williams, C. J., & Pryor, D. W. (1994). Dual attraction: Understanding bisexuality. New York: Oxford University Press.

  • Weise, E. R. (Ed.). (1992). Closer to home: Bisexuality and feminism. Seattle, WA: Seal Press.

b. American Ethnic Minorities

  • Allen, P. G. (1984). Beloved women: The lesbian in American Indian culture. In T. Darty & S. Potter (Eds.), Women identified women (pp. 83-96). Palo Alto, CA: Mayfield.

  • Almaguer, T. (1993). Chicano men: A cartography of homosexual identity and behavior (pp. 255-273). In H. Abelove, M. A. Barale, & D. M. Halperin (Eds.). The Lesbian and gay studies reader. New York: Routledge.

  • Beam, J. (Ed.). (1986). In the life: A Black gay anthology. Boston, MA: Alyson.

  • Beck, E. T. (1984). Nice Jewish girls: A lesbian anthology. Freedom, CA: Crossing Press.

  • Brant, B. (1984). Reclamation: A lesbian Indian story. In T. Darty & S. Potter (Eds.), Women-identified women (pp.97-103). Palo Alto, CA: Mayfield.

  • Chan, C. (1989). Issues of identity development among Asian-American lesbians and gay men. Journal of Counseling and Development, 68 (1), 16-20.

  • Chan, C. (1992). Cultural considerations in counseling Asian-American lesbians and gay men. In S. Dworkin & F. Gutierrez (Eds.), Counseling gay men and lesbians (pp. 115-124). Alexandria, VA: Association for Counseling and Development.

  • Chan, C. S. (1995). Issues of sexual identity in an ethnic minority: The case of Chinese American lesbians, gay men, and bisexual people. In A. R. D'Augelli & C. J. Patterson, Lesbian, gay, and bisexual identities over the lifespan: Psychological perspectives (pp. 87-101). New York: Oxford University Press.

  • Espin, O. (1987). Issues of identity in the psychology of Latina lesbians. In Boston Lesbian Psychologies Collective (Ed.), Lesbian psychologies: Explorations and challenges (pp. 35-51). Chicago, IL: University of Illinois Press.

  • Espin, O.M. (1996). Immigrant and refugee lesbians. In E.D. Rothblum & L.A. Bond (Eds.) Preventing heterosexism and homophobia. (pp. 174-183). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

  • Espin, O.M. (1996). Leaving the nation and joining the tribe: Lesbian immigrants crossing geographical and identity borders. In M. Hall (Ed.), Sexualities (pp. 99-107). New York: Haworth.

  • Espin, O.M. (1997). Crossing borders and boundaries: The life narratives of immigrant lesbians. In B. Greene (Ed.), Ethnic and cultural diversity among lesbians and gay men (pp. 191-215). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

  • Folayan, A. (1992). African American issues: The soul of it. In B. Berzon (Ed.), Positively gay (pp. 235-239). Berkeley, CA: Celestial Arts.

  • Gock, T. S. (1992). Asian-Pacific islander issues: Identity integration and pride. In B. Berzon (Ed.), Positively gay (pp. 247-252). Berkeley, CA: Celestial Arts.

  • Gonzales, F., & Espin, O.M. (1996). Latino men, Latina women and homosexuality. In R.P. Cabaj & T.S. Stein (Eds.). Textbook of homosexuality and mental health (pp. 583-602). Washington, D.C.: American Psychiatric Press.

  • Greene, B. (1994). Lesbian women of color: Triple jeopardy. In L. Comas-Diaz & B. Greene (Eds.), Women of color: Integrating ethnic and gender identities in psychotherapy (pp.389-427). New York: Guilford.

  • Greene, B. (Ed.). (1997). Psychological perspectives on lesbian and gay issues: Vol. 3. Ethnic and cultural diversity among lesbians and gay men. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

  • Gutierrez, E. S. (1992). Latino issues: Gay and lesbian Latinos claiming La Raza. In B. Berzon (Ed.), Positively gay (pp. 240-246). Berkeley, CA: Celestial Arts.

  • Gutierrez, F., & Dworkin, S. (1992). Gay, lesbian, and African American: Managing the integration of identities. In S. Dworkin & F. Gutierrez (Eds.), Counseling gay men and lesbians: Journey to the end of the rainbow (pp. 141-156). Alexandria, VA: American Association of Counseling and Development.

  • Hidalgo, H. (1984). The Puerto Rican lesbian in the United States. In T. Darty & S. Potter (Eds.), Women Identified Women (pp. 105-115). Palo Alto, CA: Mayfield.

  • Icard, L. (1986). Black gay men and conflicting social identities: Sexual orientation versus racial identity. Journal of Social Work and Human Sexuality, 4 (1/2), 83-93.

  • Leong, R.C. (Ed.). (1996). Asian American sexualities: Dimensions of the gay & lesbian experience. New York: Routledge.

  • Loiacano, D. (1989). Gay identity issues among Black Americans: Racism, homphobia, and the need for validation. Journal of Counseling & Development, 68, 21-25.

  • Morales, E. (1992). Latino gays and Latina lesbians. In S. Dworkin & F. Gutierrez, (Eds.), Counseling gay men and lesbians: Journey to the end of the rainbow (pp. 125-139). Alexandria, VA: American Association for Counseling and Development.

  • Peterson, J. L. (1992). Black men and their same sex desire and behaviors. In G. Herdt (Ed.), Gay culture in America (pp. 147-164). Boston, MA: Beacon Press.

  • Roscoe, W. (Coordinating Ed.). (1988). Living the spirit: A gay American Indian anthology. New York: St. Martin's Press.

  • Rust, P. C. (1996). Managing multiple identities: Diversity among bisexual women and men. In B. A. Firestein (Ed.), Bisexuality: The psychology and politics of an invisible minority (pp. 53-83). Newbury Park, CA: Sage.

  • Silvera, M. (Ed.). (1991). Piece of my heart: A lesbian of color anthology. Toronto, Ontario: Sister Vision Press.

  • Tafoya, T. (1992). Native gay and lesbian issues: The two spirited. In B. Berzon (Ed.), Positively gay (pp. 253-260). Berkeley, CA: Celestial Arts.

  • Williams, W.L. (1993). Persistance and change in the berdache tradition among contemporary Lakota Indians. In L.D. Garnets & D.C. Kimmel, (Eds.) Psychological perspectives on lesbian and gay male experiences (pp. 339-347). New York: Columbia University Press.

c. International

  • Adam, B. D. (1993). In Nicaragua: Homosexuality without a gay world. Journal of Homosexuality, 24 (3-4), 171-181.

  • Arguelles, L., & Rich, B. R. (1984). Homosexuality, homophobia, and revolution: Notes toward an understanding of the Cuban lesbian and gay male experience, Part II. Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society, 11, 120-136.

  • Bao, D. (1993). Invertidos sexuales, tortilleras, and Maricas machos: The construction of homosexuality in Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1900-1950. Journal of Homosexuality, 24 (3/4), 183-219.

  • Carrier, J. M. (1995). De los Otros: Intimacy and homosexuality among Mexican men. New York: Columbia University Press.

  • Espin, O. M. (1997). Latina realities: Essays on healing, migration, and sexuality. Boulder, CO: Westview.

  • Francoeur, R. T. (Ed.). (1997). The international encyclopedia of sexuality. (3 vols.). New York: Continuum.

  • Hendriks, A., Tielman, R., & van der Veen, E. (Eds.). (1993). The third pink book: A global view of lesbian and gay liberation and oppression. Buffalo, NY: Prometheus.

  • Herdt, G. (Ed). (1989). Gay and lesbian youth: Part II [Special issues]. Journal of Homosexuality, 17, (3/4).

  • Herdt, G. (1997). Same sex, different cultures: Gays and lesbians across cultures. Boulder, CO: Westveiw.

  • Hinsch, B. (1990). Passions of the cut sleeve: The male homosexual tradition in China. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press.

  • Kimball, G. (1993). Aztec homosexuality: The textual evidence. Journal of Homosexuality, 26 (1), 7-24.

  • Murray, S. O. & Roscoe, W. (Eds.). (1997) Islamic homosexualities. New York: New York University Press.

  • Ratti, R. (Ed.). (1993). A lotus of another color: An unfolding of the south Asian gay and lesbian experience. Boston, MA: Alyson.

  • Stevenson, M. R. (1995). Searching for a gay identity in Indonesia. Journal of Men's Studies, 4, 93-108.

  • Watanabe, T., & Iwata, J. (1987). The love of the Samurai: A thousand years of Japanese homosexuality. (D. R. Roberts, Trans.). London: GMP.

  • Weinrich, J. D., & Williams, W. L. (1991). Strange customs, familiar lives: Homosexualities in other cultures. In J. C. Gonsiorek & J. D. Weinrich (Eds.), Homosexuality: Research implications for public policy (pp. 44-59). Newbury Park, CA: Sage.

3. Developmental Issues

a. Children and Youth

  • Buhrke, R. A., & Stabb, S. D. (1995). Gay, lesbian, and bisexual student needs. In S. D. Stabb, S. M. Harris, & J. E. Talley (Eds.), Multicultural needs assessment for college and university student populations (pp. 173-200). Springfield, IL: CC Thomas.

  • D'Augelli, A.R. (1996). Enhancing the development of lesbian, gay, and bisexual youths. In E. D. Rothblum & L. Bond (Eds.), Prevention of heterosexism and homophobia (pp. 124-150). Newbury Park, CA: Sage.

  • D'Augelli, A. R., & Dark, L. J. (1995). Lesbian, gay, and bisexual youths. In L. D. Eron, J. H. Gentry, & P. Schlegel (Eds.), Reason to hope: A psychosocial perspective on violence and youth (pp. 177-196). Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.

  • DeCrescenzo, T. (Ed.). (1994). Helping gay and lesbian youth: New policies, new programs, new practice. Binghamton, NY: Haworth.

  • Evans, N.J., & Wall, V.A. (Eds.). (1991). Beyond tolerance: Gays, lesbians, and bisexuals on campus. Alexandria, VA: American College Personnel Association.

  • Harbeck, K.M. (1993). Invisible no more: Addressing the needs of gay, lesbian and bisexual youth and their advocates. [Special Issue] High School Journal, 77 (1/2), 169-176.

  • Harris, M. B. (Ed.). (1997). School experiences of gay and lesbian youth. New York: Harrington Park Press.

  • Herdt, G. (Ed.). (1989). Gay and lesbian youth. New York: Harrington Park Press.

  • Herdt, G. & Boxer, A. (1993). Children of horizons: How gay and lesbian teens are leading a new way out of the closet. Boston, MA: Beacon.

  • Hetrick, E. S., & Martin, A. D. (1987). Developmental issues and their resolution for gay and lesbian adolescents. In E. Coleman (Ed.), Integrated identity for gay men and lesbians: Psychotherapeutic approaches for emotional well-being (pp. 25-43). New York: Haworth.

  • Jennings, K. (Ed.). (1994). Becoming visible: A reader in gay and lesbian history for high school and college students. Boston, MA: Alyson.

  • Rhodes, R.A. (1994). Coming out in college: The struggle for a queer identity. Westport, CT: Bergin & Garvey.

  • Savin-Williams, R. C. (1990). Gay and lesbian youth: Expressions of identity. Washington DC: Garland.

  • Savin-Williams, R. C. (l995). Lesbian, gay male, and bisexual adolescents. In A. R. D'Augelli & C. J. Patterson (Eds.) Lesbian, gay, and bisexual identities over the lifespan: Psychological perspectives (pp. 165-189). New York: Oxford University Press.

  • Savin-Williams, R. C. (1996). Self-labeling and disclosure among gay, lesbian, and bisexual youths. In P. J. Green & J. Laird (Eds.), Lesbian and gay couple and family relationships (pp. 153-182). San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

  • Savin-Williams, R. C. (1998). A. . . and then I became gay: Young men's stories. New York: Routledge.

  • Schneider, M. (1989). Sappho was a right-on adolescent: Growing up lesbian. Journal of Homosexuality, 17, 111-130.

  • Tremble, B., Schneider, M., & Appathurai, C. (1989). Growing up gay or lesbian in a multicultural context. Journal of Homosexuality, 17, 253-267.

  • Unks, G. (Ed.). (1995). The gay teen. New York: Routledge.

  • Uribe, V., & Harbeck, K. M. (1991). Addressing the needs of lesbian, gay, and bisexual youth: The origins of Project 10 and school-based intervention. Journal of Homosexuality, 22, 9-28.

b. Career and Work

  • Croteau, J. M., & Hedstrom, S. M. (1993). Integrating commonality and difference: The key to career counseling with lesbian women and gay men. Career Development Quarterly, 41(3), 201-209.

  • Croteau, J. M., & Thiel, M. J. (1993). Integrating sexual orientation in career counseling: Acting to end a form of the personal-career dichotomy. Career Development Quarterly, 42(2), 174-179.

  • Diamant, L. (1993). Homosexual issues in the workplace. Washington DC: Tailor & Francis.

  • Friskopp, A., & Silverstein, S. (1995). Straight jobs, gay lives; Gay and lesbian professionals, the Harvard Business School and the American workplace. New York: Scribner.

  • Gonsiorek, J. C. (1993). Threat, stress, and adjustment: Mental health and the workplace for gay and lesbian individuals. In L. Diamant (Ed.), Homosexual issues in the workplace (pp. 45-59). Washington, DC: Taylor & Francis.

  • Griffin, P. (1992). From hiding out to coming out: Empowering lesbian and gay educators. In Harbeck, K. M. (Ed), Coming out of the classroom closet (pp. 167-196). Binghamton, NY: Harrington Park Press.

  • Hetherington, C. (1992). Life planning and career counseling with gay and lesbian students. In N. Evans & V. Wall (Eds.), Beyond tolerance: Gays, lesbians and bisexuals on campus. (pp. 131-146). Alexandria, VA: American College Personnel Association.

  • Morgan, K. S. & Brown, L. S. (1991). Lesbian career development, work behavior and vocational counseling. The Counseling Psychologist, 19, 273-291.

  • Orzek, A. O. (1992). Career counseling for the gay and lesbian community. In S. H. Dworkin & F. J. Gutierrez (Eds.) Counseling gay men & lesbians: Journey to the end of the rainbow. (pp. 23-34). Alexandria, VA: American Association for Counseling and Development.

  • Pope, M. (Ed.). (1995). Gay/lesbian career development [Special section]. Career Development Quarterly, 44, 146-203.

  • Savickas, M.L. (Ed.). (1993). Career Development Quarterly, 41 (3).

  • Tinsley, H.E.A. (Ed.). (1996). Special issue on the vocational issues of lesbian women and gay men. Journal of Vocational Behavior, 48 (2).

  • Woods, J. D., & Lucas, J H. (1993). The corporate closet: The professional lives of gay men in America. New York: Free Press.

c. Religion and Spirituality

  • Balka, C., & Rose, A. (Eds.). (1989). Twice blessed: On being lesbian or gay and Jewish. Boston, MA: Beacon.

  • Beck, E. T. (Ed.). (1989). Nice Jewish girls: A lesbian anthology. Boston, MA: Beacon.

  • Doore, G. (Ed.). (1988). Shaman's path. Boston, MA: Shambhala.

  • Downing, C. (1991). Myths and mysteries of same-sex love. New York: Continuum.

  • McNeill, J. J. (1988). Taking a chance on God: Liberating theology for gays, lesbians, and their lovers, families, and friends. Boston, MA: Beacon.

  • McNeill, J. J. (1995). Freedom glorious freedom: The spiritual journey to the fullness of life for gays, lesbians, and everybody else. Boston, MA: Beacon.

  • O'Neill, C., & Ritter, K. (1992). Coming out within: Stages of spiritual awakening for lesbians and gay men. San Francisco, CA: Harper.

  • Ritter, K. Y., & O'Neill, C. W. (1989). Moving through loss: The spiritual journey of gay men and lesbian women. Journal of Counseling and Development, 68 (1), 9-15.

  • Scanzoni, L. D., & Mollenkott, V. R. (1994). Is the homosexual my neighbor? A positive Christian response (Rev. ed.). San Francisco, CA: Harper.

  • Thompson, M. (Ed.). (1995). Gay soul: Finding the heart of gay spirit and nature. San Francisco, CA: Harper.

  • Williams, R. (1992). Just as I am: A practical guide to being out, proud, and Christian. New York: Crown.

  • Woods, R. (1988). Another kind of love: Homosexuality and spirituality (3rd ed.). Ft. Wayne, IN: Knoll.

d. Community

  • D'Augelli, A. R. (1989). The development of a helping community for lesbians and gay men: A case study in community psychology. Journal of Community Psychology, 17, 18-29.

  • D'Augelli, A. R., & Garnets, L. D. (1995). Lesbian, gay, and bisexual communities. In A. R. D'Augelli & C. J. Patterson (Eds.), Lesbian and gay identities over the lifespan: Psychological perspectives (pp. 293-320). New York: Oxford University Press.

  • D'Augelli, A. R., & Hart, M. M. (1987). Gay women, men, and families in rural settings: Toward the development of helping communities. American Journal of Community Psychology, 15, 79-93.

  • Garnets, L. D., & D'Augelli, A. R. (1994). Empowering lesbian and gay communities: A call for collaboration with community psychology. American Journal of Community Psychology, 22, 447-470.

  • Hutchins, L. (1996). Bisexuality: Politics and community. In B. A. Firestein (Ed.), Bisexuality: The psychology and politics of an invisible minority. Newbury Park, CA: Sage.

  • Pearlman, S. F. (1987). The saga of continuing clash in lesbian community, or will an army of ex-lovers fail? In The Boston Lesbian Psychologies Collective (Eds.), Lesbian psychologies: Explorations and challenges (pp. 313-326). Urbana, IL: University of Illinois Press.

  • Rust P. C. (1995). Bisexuality and the challenge to lesbian politics: Sex, loyalty, and revolution. New York: New York University Press.

e. Aging

  • Berger, R. (1995). Gay and gray: The older homosexual man. Binghamton, NY: The Haworth.

  • Copper, B. (1988). Over the hill: Reflections on ageism between women. Freedom, CA: Crossing Press.

  • Davis, N., Cole, E., & Rothblum, E. (1993). Faces of women and aging. Binghamton, NY: Haworth.

  • Kimmel, D. C. (1978). Adult development and aging: A gay perspective. In L. D. Garnets & D. C. Kimmel (Eds.), Psychological perspectives on lesbian and gay male issues (pp. 517-534). New York: Columbia.

  • Kimmel, D. C., & Sang, B. E. (1995). Lesbians and gay men in midlife. In A. R. D'Augelli & C. J. Patterson (Eds.), Lesbian, gay, and bisexual identities over the lifespan: Psychological perspectives (pp. 190-214). New York: Oxford.

  • Reid, J. D. (1995). Development in late life: Older lesbian and gay lives. In A. R. D'Augelli & C. J. Patterson (Eds.), Lesbian, gay, and bisexual identities over the lifespan: Psychological perspectives (pp. 215-240). New York: Oxford.

  • Sang, B. E. (1993). Existential issues of midlife lesbians. In L. D. Garnets & D. C. Kimmel (Eds.), Psychological perspectives on lesbian and gay male experiences (pp. 500-516). New York: Columbia.

  • Sang, B., Warshaw, J., & Smith, A. (Eds.). (1991). Lesbians at midlife: The creative transition. San Francisco: Spinsters Book Co.

  • Van de Ven, P., Rodden, P., Crawford, J., & Kippax, S. (1997). A comparative demographic and sexual profile of older homosexually active men. Journal of Sex Research, 34, 349-360.

4. Social Issues

a. Legal, Civil, and Human Rights

  • Colker, R. (1996). A bi jurisprudence. In R. Colker, Hybrid: Bisexuals, multiracials, and other misfits under American law (pp. 15-38). New York: New York University Press.

  • Falk, P. (1989). Lesbian mothers: Psychological assumptions. American Psychologist, 44, 940-947.

  • Gutierrez, F. (1994). Gay and lesbian: An ethnic identity deserving equal protection. Law and Sexuality, 4, 195-247.

  • Herek, G. M. (1991). Myths about sexual orientation: A lawyer's guide to social science research. Law and Sexuality, 1, 133-172.

  • Leonard, A. S. (1991). From law: Homophobia, heterosexism and judicial decision making. Journal of Gay and Lesbian Psychotherapy, 1 (4), 65-91.

  • Rivera, R. R. (1991). Sexual orientation and the law. In J. C. Gonsiorek & J. D. Weinrich, (Eds.), Homosexuality: Research implications for public policy (pp. 81-100). Newbury Park, CA: Sage.

  • West, D. J., & Green, R. (1997). Sociolegal control of homosexuality: A multi-nation comparison. New York: Plenum.

b. Prejudice, Discrimination, and Violence

  • Anderson, C. W., & Smith, H. R. (1993). Stigma and honor: Gay, lesbian, and bisexual people in the U.S. military. In L. Diamant (Ed.), Homosexual issues in the workplace. Series in clinical and community psychology (pp. 65-89). Washington, DC: Taylor & Francis.

  • Badgett, M. V. L. (1995). The wage effects of sexual orientation discrimination. Industrial and Labor Relations Review, 48, 726-739.

  • Comstock, G. D. (1991). Violence against lesbians and gay men. New York: Columbia University Press.

  • Green, B. (1996). Lesbians and gay men of color: Ethnosexual mythology in heterosexism. In E. Rothblum & L. Bond (Eds.), Preventing heterosexism and homophobia. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

  • Herek, G. (1993). Sexual orientation and military service: A social science perspective. American Psychologist, 48, 538-549.

  • Herek, G. M. (1994). Assessing attitudes toward lesbians and gay men: A review of empirical research with the ATLG scale. In B. Greene & G. M. Herek (Eds.), Lesbian and gay psychology: Theory, research, and clinical applications (pp. 206-228). Newbury Park, CA: Sage.

  • Herek, G. M. (1994). Psychological heterosexism in the United States. In A.R. D'Augelli & C.J. Patterson (Eds.), Lesbian, gay, and bisexual identities over the life span: Psychological perspectives (pp. 321-346). New York: Oxford University Press.

  • Herek, G. M. (1998). Sigma and sexual orientation: Understanding prejudice against lesbians, gay men, and bisexuals. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

  • Herek, G. M., & Berrll, K. T. (1992). Hate crimes: Confronting violence against lesbians and gay men. Newbury Park, CA: Sage.

  • Herek, G. M., Kimmel, D. C., Amaro, H., & Melton, G. (1991). Avoiding heterosexist bias in psychological research. American Psychologist, 46 (9), 957-963.

  • Kantor, M. (1998). Homophobia: Descripton, development, and dynamics of gay bashing. Westport, CN: Praeger.

  • Kite, M. E. (1994). When perception meets reality: Individual differences in reactions to lesbians and gay men. In B. Greene & G. M. Herek (Eds.), Lesbian and gay psychology: Theory, research, and clinical applications (pp. 25-53). Newbury Park, CA: Sage.

  • Ochs, R. (1996). Biphobia: It goes more than two ways. In B. A. Firestein (Ed.), Bisexuality: The psychology and politics of an invisible minority (pp. 217-239). Newbury Park, CA: Sage.

  • Ochs, R., & Deihl, M. (1992). Moving beyond binary thinking. In W. Blumenfeld (Ed.), Homophobia: How we all pay the price (pp. 67-75). Boston: Beacon.

  • Pilkington, N. W., & D'Augelli, A. R. (1995). Victimization of lesbian, gay, and bisexual youth in community settings. Journal of Community Psychology, 23, 33-56.

  • Sears, J. T., & Williams, W. L. (1997). Overcoming heterosexism and homophobia: Strategies that work. New York: Columbia University Press.

5. Relationships

a. Couples

  • Abbott, D., & Farmer, E. (Eds.). (1995). From wedded wife to lesbian life: Stories of transformation. Freedom, CA: Crossing.

  • Becker, C. (1998). Unbroken ties: Lesbian ex-lovers. Boston, MA: Alyson.

  • Berger, R. M. (1990). Men together: Understanding the gay couple. Journal of Homosexuality, 19, 31-49.

  • Berzon, B. V. (1988). Permanent partners: Building gay and lesbian relationships that last. New York: Dutton.

  • Blumstein, P. & Schwartz, P. (1983). American couples: Money, work, sex. New York: Morrow.

  • Buxton, A. (1994). The other side of the closet: The coming out crisis for straight spouses and families. New York: Wiley.

  • Clunis, D. M., & Green, G. D. (1988). Lesbian couples. Seattle: Seal Press.

  • Curry, H., & Clifford, A. (1994). A legal guide for lesbian and gay couples (8th ed.). Berkeley, CA: Nolo Press.

  • Driggs, J. H., & Finn, S. E. (1990). Intimacy between men: How to find and keep gay love relationships. New York: Plume.

  • Garcia, N., Kennedy, C., Pearlman, S. F., & Perez, J. (1987). The impact of face and culture differences: Challenges to intimacy in lesbian relationships. In Boston Lesbian Psychologies Collective (Ed.), Lesbian psychologies: Explorations and challenges (pp. 142-160). Chicago, IL: University of Illinois Press.

  • Johnson, S. E. (1994). Staying power: Long-term lesbian couples. Tallahassee, FL: Naiad Press.

  • Klinkenberg, D., & Rose, S. (1994). Dating scripts of gay men and lesbians. Journal of Homosexuality, 26 (4), 2-35.

  • Kurdek, L. A. (1994). Nature and correlates of relationship quality in gay, lesbian, and heterosexual cohabiting couples. In B. Green & G. Herek (Eds.), Contemporary perspectives on gay and lesbian psychology: Theory, research, and applications (pp. 133-155). Beverly Hills, CA: Sage.

  • Kurdek, L. A. (1995). Lesbian and gay couples. In A. R. D'Augelli & C. J. Patterson (Eds.), Lesbian and gay identities over the lifespan: Psychological perspectives (pp. 243-261). New York: Oxford University Press.

  • Leonard, R., Curty, H., & Clifford, D. (1994). A legal guide for lesbian and gay couples. Berkeley, CA: Nolo.

  • Marcus, E. (1992). The male couple's guide: Finding a man, making a home, building a life. New York: Harper.

  • Mays, V. M., & Cochran, S. D. (1988). The Black women's relationship project: A national survey of Black lesbians. In M. Shernoff & W. A. Scott (Eds.), A Sourcebook of gay/lesbian health care (2nd ed., pp. 54-62). Washington, DC: National Gay and Lesbian Health Foundation.

  • Mays, V. M., Cochran, S. D, & Rhue, S. (1993). The impact of perceived discrimination on the intimate relationships of Black lesbians. Journal of Homosexuality, 25 (4), 1-14.

  • McWhirter, D. P., & Mattison, A. M. (1984). The male couple: How relationships develop. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall.

  • Murphy, B. C. (1994). Difference and diversity: Gay and lesbian couples. Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services, 1 (2), 5-31.

  • Nichols, M. (1990). Lesbian relationship: Implications for the study of sexuality and gender. In D. P. McWhirter, S. A. Sanders, & J. M. Reinisch (Eds.), Homosexuality/heterosexuality: Concepts of sexual orientation (pp. 321-349). New York: Oxford University Press.

  • Peplau, L. A. (1991). Lesbian and gay relationships. In J. C. Gonsiorek & J. D. Weinrich (Eds.), Homosexuality: Research implications for public policy (pp. 177-196). Newbury Park, CA: Sage.

  • Peplau, L. A., Veniegas, R. C., & Campbell, S. M. (1996). Gay and lesbian relationships. In R. C. Savin-Williams & K. M. Cohen (Eds.), The lives of lesbians, gays, and bisexuals: Children to adults (pp. 250-273). New York: Harcourt Brace.

  • Rothblum, E. D., & Brehony, K. A. (Eds.). (1993). Boston marriages: Romantic but asexual relationships among contemporary lesbians. Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press.

  • Rust, P. C. (1996). Monogamy and polyamory: Relationship issues for bisexuals. In B. A. Firestein (Ed.), Bisexuality: The psychology and politics of an invisible minority. Newbury Park, CA: Sage.

  • Vargo, S. (1987). The effects of women's socialization on lesbian couples. In Boston Lesbian Psychologies Collective (Ed.), Lesbian psychologies: Explorations and challenges (pp. 161-173). Urbana, IL: University of Illinois Press.

b. Parenting

  • Bailey, J. M., Bobrow, D., Wolfe, M., & Mikah, S. (1995). Sexual orientation of adult sons of gay fathers. Developmental Psychology, 31 (1), 124-129.

  • Barrett, R. L., & Robinson, B. E. (1990). Gay fathers. Lexington, MA: Lexington Books.

  • Benkov, L. (1994). Reinventing the family. New York: Crown.

  • Bozett, F. (1987). Gay and lesbian parents. Westport, Connecticut: Praeger.

  • Clunis, D. M., & Greene, G. D. (1995). The lesbian parenting book. Seattle, WA: Seal Press.

  • Flaks, D., Ficher, I., Masterpasqua, F., & Joseph, G. (1995). Lesbians choosing motherhood: A comparative study of lesbian and heterosexual parents and their children. Developmental Psychology, 31, 104-114.

  • Golombok, S., & Tasker, F. (1996). Do parents influence the sexual orientation of their children? Developmental Psychology, 32 (1), 3-11.

  • Green, G. D., & Bozett, F. W. (1991). Lesbian mothers and gay fathers. In J. C. Gonsiorek & J. D. Weinrich (Eds.), Homosexuality: Research implications for public policy (pp. 197-229). Newbury Park, CA: Sage.

  • Martin, A. (1993). The lesbian and gay parenting handbook: Creating and raising our families. New York: Harper Collins.

  • Murphy, B. C., & Rodriguez-Nogues, L. (Eds.). (1995). Lesbian and gay parenting: A resource for psychologists. Washington D.C.: American Psychological Association.

  • Patterson, C. J. (1995). Lesbian mothers, gay fathers, and their children. In A. R. D'Augelli & C. J. Patterson (Eds.), Lesbian and gay identities across the lifespan: Psychological perspectives (pp. 262-290). New York: Oxford University Press.

  • Rohrbaugh, J. B. (1995). Lesbian families: Clinical issues and theoretical implications. Professional Psychology, 23, 467-473.

  • Slater, S. (1995). The lesbian family lifecycle. New York: Free.

  • Tasker, F., & Golombok, S. (1997). Growing up in a lesbian family: Effects on child development. New York: Guilford.

c. Family of Origin

  • Allen, K. R., & Demo, D. H. (1995). The families of lesbians and gay men: A new frontier in family research. Journal of Marriage and the Family, 57, 111-127.

  • Ben-Ari, A. (1995). The discovery that an offspring is gay: Parents', gay men's, and lesbians' perspectives. Journal of Homosexuality, 30, 89-112.

  • Bernstein, B. E. (1990). Attitudes and issues of parents of gay men and lesbians and implications for therapy. Journal of Gay and Lesbian Psychotherapy, 1 (3), 37-53.

  • Borhek, M. V. (1993). Coming out to parents: A two-way survival guide for lesbians and gay men and their parents (2nd ed.). Cleveland, OH: Pilgrim.

  • Bozett, F. (1989). Homosexuality and the family. New York: Harrington Press.

  • Griffin, C.W., Welsh, M.J., & Wirth, A.G. (1986). Beyond acceptance: Parents of lesbians and gays talk about their experiences. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall.

  • Hom, A. Y. (1994). Stories from the homefront: Perspectives of Asian-American parents with lesbian daughters and gay sons. Amerasia Journal, 20, 19-32.

  • Keller, D., & Rosen, H. (1988). Treating the gay couple within the context of their families of origin. The Family Therapy Collections, 25, 105-119.

  • Morales, E. (1989). Ethnic minority families and minority gays and lesbians. Marriage and Family Review, 14 (3/4), 217-239.

  • Muller, A. (1987). Parents matter. New York: Naiad.

  • Serovich, J. M., Skeen, P., Walters, L. H., & Robinson, B. E. (1993). In-law relationships when a child is homosexual. Journal of Homosexuality, 26 (1), 57-76.

  • Strommen, E. F. (1989). "You're a what?": Family member reactions to the disclosure of homosexuality. Journal of Homosexuality, 18, 37-58.

6. Sexuality

  • Cole, E. (1988). Sex at menopause: Each in her own way. Women and Therapy, 7, (2/3), 159-168.

  • Espin, O. (1984). Cultural and historical influences on sexuality in Hispanic/Latina women: Implications for psychotherapy. In C. Vance (Ed.), Pleasure and danger: Exploring female sexuality (pp. 149-163). London: Routledge.

  • Greene, B. (1993). Stereotypes of African American sexuality: A commentary. In S. Rathus, J. Nevid, & L. Rathus-Fichner (Eds.), Human sexuality in a world of diversity (p. 257). Boston, MA: Allyn & Bacon.

  • Kurdek, L. A. (1991). Sexuality in homosexual and heterosexual couples. In K. McKinney & S. Sprecher (Eds.), Sexuality in close relationships (pp. 177-191). Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum.

  • Lawmann, E.O., Gagnon, J.H., Michael, R.T., & Michaels, S. (1994). The Social Organization of Sexuality: Sexual Practices in the United States. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

  • Loulan, J. (1987). Lesbian passion. San Francisco: Spinsters.

  • McKirnan, D. J., Stokes, J. P., Doll, L., & Burzette, R. G. (1995). Bisexually active men: Social characteristics and sexual behavior. Journal of Sex Research, 32 (1), 65-76.

  • Queen, C. (1996). Bisexuality, sexual diversity, and the sex-positive perspective. In B.A. Firestein (Ed.), Bisexuality: The psychology and politics of an invisible minority. Newbury Park, CA: Sage.

  • Rofes, E. (1996). Reviving the tribe: Regenerating gay men's sexuality and culture in the ongoing epidemic. New York: Haworth.

  • Silverstein, C. (1992). The new joy of gay sex. New York: Harper-Collins.

  • Stein, A. (Ed.). (1993). Sisters, sexperts, queers. New York: Penguin Books

  • Tatchell, P. (1995). Safer sexy: The guide to gay sex safely. New York: Freedom Editions.

  • Turner, C. F., Danella, R. D., & Rogers, S. M. (1995). Sexual behavior in the United States 1930-1990: trends and methodological problems. Sexually Transmitted Diseases, 22(3), 173-190.

7. Mental Health

a. Mental Health Issues

  • Alexander, C. J. (Ed.). (1996). Gay and lesbian mental health. New York: Haworth.

  • Cochran, S. D., & Mays, V. M. (1994). Depressive distress among homosexually active African American men and women. American Journal of Psychiatry, 151 (4), 524-529.

  • D'Augelli, A. R. (1993). Preventing mental health problems among lesbian and gay college students. Journal of Primary Prevention, 13 (4), 245-261.

  • D'Augelli, A. R., & Hershberger, S. L. (1993). Lesbian, gay, and bisexual youth in community settings: Personal challenges and mental health problems. American Journal of Community Psychology, 21 (4), 421-448.

  • Gonsiorek, J. C. (1996). Mental health and sexual orientation. In R. C. Savin-Williams & K. M. Cohen (Eds.), The lives of lesbians, gays, and bisexuals: Children to adults (pp. 462-478). Fort Worth, TX: Harcourt Brace.

  • Greene, B. (1994). Ethnic minority lesbians and gay men: Mental health and treatment issues. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 62, 243-251.

  • Isenee, R. (1991). Growing up gay in a dysfunctional family: A guide for gay men reclaiming their lives. New York: Simon & Schuster.

  • Island, D., & Letellier, P. (1991). Men who beat the men who love them: Battered men and domestic violence. New York: Harrington Park.

  • Kanuha, V. (1990). Compounding the triple jeopardy: Battering in lesbian of color relationships. Women and Therapy, 9 (1/2), 169-183.

  • Lee, B., & Gentlewarrier, S. (1991). Intimate violence in lesbian relationships: Discussion of survey findings and practice implications. Journal of Social Service Research, 15 (1/2), 41-59.

  • Meyer, I. H. (1995). Minority stress and mental health in gay men. Journal of Health and Social Behavior, 36, 38-56.

  • Miranda, J., & Storms, M. (1989). Psychological adjustment of lesbians and gay men. Journal of Counseling and Development, 68, 41-45.

  • Remafedi, G. (Ed.). (1994). Death by denial: Studies of suicide in gay and lesbian teenagers. Boston, MA: Alyson.

  • Renzetti, C. M., & Miley, C. H. (1996). Violence in gay and lesbian domestic partnerships. New York: Haworth.

  • Rosario, M., Rotheram-Borus, M. J., & Reid, H. (In press). Gay-related stress and its correlates among gay and bisexual male adolescents of predominantly Black and Hispanic background. Journal of Community Psychology.

  • Ross, M. W., Paulsen, J. A., & Stalstrom, O. W. (1988). Homosexuality and mental health: A cross cultural view. Journal of Homosexuality, 15, 131-152.

  • Rotheram-Boris, M. J., Rosario, M., VanRossem, R., Reid, H., & Gillis, R. (1995). Prevalence, course, and predictors of multiple problem behaviors among gay and bisexual male adolescents. Developmental Psychology, 31, 75-85.

  • Savin-Williams, R. C. (1994). Verbal and physical abuse as stressors in the lives of lesbian, gay male, and bisexual youths: Associations with school problems, running away, substance abuse, prostitution and suicide. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 62, 261-269.

  • Sullivan, T. R. (1994). Obstacles to effective child welfare service with gay and lesbian youths. Child Welfare, 73(4), 291-304.

b. Psychotherapy and Counseling Interventions

  • Brown, L. (1988). Beyond thou shalt not: Thinking about ethics in the lesbian therapy community. Women and Therapy, 8 (1/2) 13-25.

  • Davison, G. C. (1991). Constructionism and morality in therapy for homosexuality. In J.C. Gonsiorek & J. D. Weinrich (Eds.), Homosexuality: Research implications for public policy (pp. 137-148). Newbury Park, CA: Sage.

  • deMonteflores, C. (1986). Notes on the management of difference. In T. Stein & C. Cohen (Eds.), Contemporary perspectives on psychotherapy with lesbians and gay men (pp. 73-101). New York: Plenum.

  • Dworkin, S, & Gutierrez, F. (Eds.). (1992). Counseling gay men and lesbians: Journey to the end of the rainbow. Alexandria, VA: American Association for Counseling and Development.

  • Fassinger, R. E. (Ed.). (1991). Counseling lesbian women and gay men. [Special Issue]. The Counseling Psychologist,19, 156-262.

  • Falco, K. (1991). Psychotherapy with lesbian clients: Theory into practice. New York: Brunner/Mazel.

  • Gonsiorek, J. C. (1995). Boundary challenges when both therapist and client are gay males. In J. C. Gonsiorek (Ed.), Breach of trust: Sexual exploitation by health care professionals and clergy (pp. 225-233). Newbury Park, CA: Sage.

  • Goodrich, T. J., Rampage, C., Ellman, B., & Halstead, K. (1990). The lesbian couple. In M.P. Mirkin (Ed.), The Social and Political Contexts of Family Therapy. (pp.159-178). Boston: Allyn-Bacon.

  • Greene, B. (1986). When the therapist is White and the patient is Black: Considerations for psychotherapy in the feminist heterosexual and lesbian communities. Women and Therapy, 5, 41-66.

  • Greene, B. (1991). Psychotherapy with African-American women: Integrating feminist and psychodynamic models. Journal of Training and Practice in Professional Psychology, 7 (1), 49-66.

  • Haldeman, D. C. (1991). Sexual orientation conversion therapy for gay men and lesbians: A scientific examination. In J.C Gonsiorek & J.D. Weinrich (Eds.), Homosexuality: Research implications for public policy (pp. 149-160). Newbury Park, CA: Sage.

  • Hancock, K. (1995). Psychotherapy with lesbians and gay men. In A. D'Augelli & C. Patterson (Eds.), Lesbian, gay, and bisexual identities over the lifespan: Psychological perspectives (pp. 398-432). New York: Oxford University Press.

  • Kain, C. (1989). No longer immune: A counselor's guide to AIDS. Alexandria, VA.: American Counseling Association Press.

  • Laird, J., & Green, R.J. (Eds.). (1996). Lesbians and gays in couples and families: A handbook for therapists. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.

  • Matteson, D. R. (1996). Counseling and psychotherapy with bisexual and exploring clients. In B. A. Firestein (Ed.), Bisexuality: The psychology and politics of an invisible minority (pp.185-213). Newbury Park, CA: Sage.

  • Morrow, S., & Hawxhurst, D. (1989). Lesbian partner abuse: Implications for therapists. Journal of Counseling and Development, 68, 58-62.

  • Murphy, B. C. (1991). Educating mental health professionals about gay and lesbian issues. [Special Issue]. Journal of Homosexuality, 22 (3/4), 229-246.

  • Nichols, M. (1989). Sex therapy with lesbians, gay men, and bisexuals. In S. R. Leiblum, & R. C. Rosen (Eds.), Principles and practice of sex therapy: Update for the 1990s (2nd ed., pp. 269-297). New York: Guilford.

  • Scrivner, R., & Eldridge, N. (1995). Lesbian and gay family psychology. In R. H. Mikesell, D. D. Lusterman, & S. H. McDaniel (Eds.), Integrating family therapy: Handbook of family psychology and systems therapy, (pp. 327-345). Washington, D.C.: American Psychological Association.

  • Silverstein, C. (Ed.). (1991). Gays, lesbians and their therapists: Studies in psychotherapy. New York: W. W. Norton.

  • Silverstein, C. (1991). Psychological and medical treatments of homosexuality. In J. C. Gonsiorek, & J. D. Weinrich (Eds.), Homosexuality: Research implications for public policy (pp. 101-114). Newbury Park, CA: Sage.

  • Sobocinski, M. (1990). Ethical principles in the counseling of gay and lesbian adolescents: Issues of autonomy, competence, and confidentiality. Professional Psychology, 21 (4), 240-247.

  • Tafoya, T. & Rowell, R. (1988). Counseling Native American lesbians and gays. In. M. Shernoff & W. A. Scott (Eds.), The sourcebook of gay/lesbian health care (pp. 63-67). Washington, DC: National Gay & Lesbian Health Foundation.

  • Walker, G. (1991). In the midst of winter: Systemic therapy with families, couples, and individuals with AIDS infection (pp. 113-133). New York: Norton.

8. Health

a. Substance Abuse

  • Cabaj, R. P. (1989). AIDS and chemical dependency: Special issues and treatment barriers for gay and bisexual men. Journal of Psychoactive Drugs, 21 (4), 387-393.

  • Schaefer, S., Evans, S., & Coleman, E. (1987). Sexual orientation concerns among chemically dependent individuals. Journal of Chemical Dependency Treatment, 1 (1), 121-140.

  • Shernoff, M., & Finnegan, D. (1991). Family treatment with chemically dependent gay men and lesbians. Journal of Chemical Dependency Treatment, 4 (1), 125-135.

  • Skinner, W. (1994). The prevalence and demographic predictors of illicit and licit drug use among lesbians and gay men. American Journal of Public Health, 84 (8), 1307-1310.

b. Physical Health and Disabilities

  • Boden, R. (1992). Psychotherapy with physically disabled lesbians. In S. Dworkin & F. Gutierrez (Eds.), Counseling gay men and lesbians: Journey to the end of the rainbow (pp.157-174). Alexandria, VA: American Association for Counseling and Development.

  • Bradford, J., Ryan, C., & Rothblum, E. D. (1994). National Lesbian Health Care Survey: Implications for mental health care. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology 62 (2), 228-242.

  • Buenting, J. A. (1992). Health life-styles of lesbian and heterosexual women. Health Care for Women International, 13, 165-171.

  • Cochran, S. D., & Mays, V. M. (1988). Disclosure of sexual preference to physicians by Black lesbian and bisexual women. Western Journal of Medicine, 149, 616-619.

  • Denenberg, R. (1994). Report on lesbian health. Washington D.C.: National Gay and Lesbian Task Force Policy Institute.

  • Gentry, S. E. (1992). Caring for lesbians in a homophobic society. Health Care for Women International, 13(2), 173-180.

  • Gomez, J., & Smith, B. (1990). Taking the home out of homophobia: Black lesbian health. In E. C. White (Ed.), The Black women's health book: Speaking for ourselves (pp. 198-213). Seattle, WA: Seal Press.

  • Lucas, V. A. (1992). An investigation of the health care preferences of the lesbian population. Health Care for Women International, 13(2), 221-228.

  • Lynch, M. A. (1993). When the patient is also a lesbian. AWHONNS Clinical Issues in Perinatal & Women's Health Nursing, 4(2), 196-202.

  • O'Neill, J. F., & Shalit, P. (1992). Health care of the gay male patient. Primary Care Clinics in Office Practice, 19(1), 191-201.

  • Perrin, E. C. (1996). Kulkin H. Pediatric care for children whose parents are gay or lesbian. Pediatrics, 97 (5), 629-635.

  • Siever, M. D. (1994). Sexual orientation and gender as factors in socioculturally acquired vulnerability to body dissatisfaction and eating disorders. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 62(2), 252-260.

  • Stevens, P. E. (1996). Lesbians and doctors: Experiences of solidarity and domination in health care settings. Gender & Society, 10 (1), 24-41.

  • Stevens, P. E., & Hall, J. M. (1988). Stigma, health beliefs and experiences with health care in lesbian women. Image: Journal of Nursing Scholarship, 20 (2), 69-73.

  • Trippet, S. E., & Bain, J. (1993). Physical health problems and concerns of lesbians. Women and Health, 20(2), 59-70.

  • The health needs of gay men: A discussion of the literature and implications for nursing. (1994). Journal of Advanced Nursing, 20(3), 560-566.

c. HIV/AIDS

  • Aggleton, P. (1996). Bisexualities and AIDS: International perspectives. London: Taylor & Francis.

  • Boulton, M., McLean, J., Fitzpatrick, R., & Hart, G. (1995). Gay men's accounts of unsafe sex. Aids Care, 7(5), 619-630.

  • Carrier, J. M. (1989). Sexual behavior and spread of AIDS in Mexico. Medical Anthropology, 10, 129-142.

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