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Gay and Lesbian in Their Eyes
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To better understand Chinese students perspectivestoward their gay and lesbian peers, interviews wereconducted in a Chinese university. The participantsdid not believe that gay and lesbian people fit intoChinese society, however, they are becoming more openand tolerant on gay and lesbian issues in recentyears because of the influence of technologicalinnovation, media, and Western culture. The findingssuggest a degree of acceptance of gays and lesbiansthough the participants simultaneously distancedthemselves from their homosexual peers. Theyperceived the university to be a safe place for gayand lesbian students in the sense that nobody wouldhurt them, but they did not see the university as awelcoming place. The interview transcripts wereanalyzed within a Chinese cultural and socialcontext. Offering a realistic picture of heterosexualstudents perspectives might encourage them to reducediscrimination against their gay and lesbian peers,and to create a better learning environment for bothheterosexual and homosexual students.

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Harvard Gay and Lesbian Caucus
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. The Harvard Gay and Lesbian Caucus (HGLC) is an American non-profit organization of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) Harvard University and Radcliffe College alumni/ae, faculty, staff and students. In 2009 members and supporters of the HGLC funded an LGBT studies endowed professorship at Harvard, believed to be the first of its kind in the United States. Formed in 1984 to pressure Harvard University to include sexual orientation in its non-discrimination policy, the HGLC's influence resulted in the President and Fellows of Harvard College's 1985 creation of a new University-wide anti-discrimination policy that included discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation. After lobbying from the HGLC, in 1993 Harvard began to offer benefits to the same-sex partners of its employees.

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Harvard Gay and Lesbian Caucus
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. The Harvard Gay and Lesbian Caucus (HGLC) is an American non-profit organization of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) Harvard University and Radcliffe College alumni/ae, faculty, staff and students. In 2009 members and supporters of the HGLC funded an LGBT studies endowed professorship at Harvard, believed to be the first of its kind in the United States. Formed in 1984 to pressure Harvard University to include sexual orientation in its non-discrimination policy, the HGLC's influence resulted in the President and Fellows of Harvard College's 1985 creation of a new University-wide anti-discrimination policy that included discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation. After lobbying from the HGLC, in 1993 Harvard began to offer benefits to the same-sex partners of its employees.

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Gay/Lesbian Community Formation in San Diego, C...
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This is a case study of Hillcrest, an urban gay community in San Diego, California. It examines the ways that gay/lesbian and straight people in a gay neighborhood interact with and relate to each other. The study provides a historical context for these relationships, showing why Hillcrest became a welcoming place for not only gays and lesbians, but also for many heterosexuals. The story that emerges is one where heterosexuals played a significant role in creating a gay community, and where gay people were perceived as positive, middle-class contributors to neighborhood revitalization.

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Gay/Lesbian Community Formation in San Diego, C...
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This is a case study of Hillcrest, an urban gay community in San Diego, California. It examines the ways that gay/lesbian and straight people in a gay neighborhood interact with and relate to each other. The study provides a historical context for these relationships, showing why Hillcrest became a welcoming place for not only gays and lesbians, but also for many heterosexuals. The story that emerges is one where heterosexuals played a significant role in creating a gay community, and where gay people were perceived as positive, middle-class contributors to neighborhood revitalization.

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Gay and Lesbian Cultures in France
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This volume of essays originated in but is not restricted to the proceedings of the 'Gay Cultures in France' conference held at the University of Stirling in April 1999. While the focus is clearly on French theory and experience, the first section of the volume transcends national borders, as do many elements of the subsequent chapters. The chapters examine various dimensions of the lives of gay men and women in contemporary France, both as subjects and objects of text (written, cinematic, and graphic), of political discourse, of social formations, and, in the era of AIDS, of medical and health-care institutions. The book is divided into three sections. The first provides theoretical overviews from intellectuals of international distinction: David Halperin and Christopher Robinson. The second section deals with social, political, and health-care issues of major significance to French gay men and women. The third, and longest, section, explores a range of textual inscriptions - from film, literature, theory, and bande dessinée - of lesbian and gay desire and experience.

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Gay and Lesbian Cultures in France
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This volume of essays originated in but is not restricted to the proceedings of the 'Gay Cultures in France' conference held at the University of Stirling in April 1999. While the focus is clearly on French theory and experience, the first section of the volume transcends national borders, as do many elements of the subsequent chapters. The chapters examine various dimensions of the lives of gay men and women in contemporary France, both as subjects and objects of text (written, cinematic, and graphic), of political discourse, of social formations, and, in the era of AIDS, of medical and health-care institutions. The book is divided into three sections. The first provides theoretical overviews from intellectuals of international distinction: David Halperin and Christopher Robinson. The second section deals with social, political, and health-care issues of major significance to French gay men and women. The third, and longest, section, explores a range of textual inscriptions - from film, literature, theory, and bande dessinée - of lesbian and gay desire and experience.

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Understanding Narrative Identity Through Lesbia...
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This book contests the idea that lesbian and gay categories are disappearing, and that sexuality is becoming fluid, by showing how young people use them in a world in which heterosexuality is privileged. Exploring identity making, the book shows how old modernist stories of sexual being entwine with narratives of normality.

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Exploring Social Workers' Attitudes toward Gay ...
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This manuscript explores attitudes toward gay men and lesbian women historically across helping professions with particular emphasis on social workers. Particular attention is focused on examining the predictors associated with attitudes toward gay men and lesbian women. Furthermore, this manuscript documents a study that assesses social workers' attitudes toward gay men and lesbian women utilizing an indirect methodology, the Implicit Association Test (IAT). This is a new instrument that measures implicit attitudes while minimizing systematic error, specifically social desirability which is inherent in direct methods of inquiry. The sample (N = 110) consisted of a national random selection of social workers who were members of the National Association of Social Workers (NASW) with the clinical/direct practice function designation during March 2008. The results indicated differences among the predictor variables with the most notable being the differences between the gender of the attitude object and the social workers' implicit attitudes. Implications for future research as well as social work policy, practice, and education are discussed.

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