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Armengol Carrera, José María (2006). Gendering Men: Theorizing Masculinities in American Culture and Literature. PhD Dissertation, University of Barcelona. Download Page.

Basilio, Camille (2010). Community definition and benefits: Perspectives from African American lesbians. Master's Dissertation, California State University, Long Beach. Abstract and Download.

Boarts, Jessica M (2008). Psychological Predictors of Health Risk Behaviors in Minority Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgendered Adolescents. PhD Dissertation, Department of Psychology, Kent State University. PDF Download. Download Page.

Brown, Clarence, E (2008). Racism in the Gay Community and Homophobia in the Black Community: Negotiating The Gay Black Male Experience. MS Thesis, Sociology: Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University. PDF. Download Page.

Brown, Warren (2013). Out of many one people: telling the stories of Jamaican gay men and their move to Canada. Master's Dissertation,  Intercultural Communication, Faculty of Social & Applied Sciences, Royal Roads University. Download Page. Related Videos.

Castro, Daniel (2010). Stigma and disclosure issues experienced by older gay Latino men living with HIV/AIDS. Master's Dissertation, California State University, Long Beach. PDF Download. Abstract and Download Page.

Chang-Ross, Aurora (2010). Racial Queer: Multiracial College Students at the Intersection of Identity, Education and Agency. PhD Dissertation, The University of Texas at Austin. Abstract and Download.

Choudhuri, Sucheta Mallick (2009). Transgressive territories: queer space in Indian fiction and film. PhD. Dissertation, University of Iowa. PDF Download.

Coronado, Ramon (2009). Gay Latino men and their fathers: A qualitative study on their relationship. Master's Dissertation, California State University, Long Beach. PDF Download. Abstract and Download.

Delucio, Kevin (2010). Challenging Silences, Creating Visibility: Queer Latino Self-Identity Negotiation and Community Formation. Bachelor's Honors Dissertation, Williams College. PDF Download.

Diaz, Elizabeth Maria (2010). Demographic differences in lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender youth's participation in school-based gay-straight alliances in the United States. Master's Dissertation, George Washington University. Abstract & Download. - Note: "Black and Latino/a youth were less likely than White youth, and males were less likely than female or transgender youth to participate in their school's GSA. Findings highlight a need for further research examining barriers to GSA participation."

DiPillo SL (2009). Identity Among Black Gay Men: The Relationship Between Racial and Sexual Orientation Identity Development. Master's Dissertation, Smith College School for Social Work, Northampton, Massachusetts. PDF Download. Download Page.

Dorsainvil Monique (2009). Resisting the Margins: Black Lesbian Self-Definition and Epistemology. Bachelor of Arts with Honors' Dissertation, Faculty of Emory College of Arts and Sciences of Emory University. PDF Download.

Easton, Marlaina (2010). Resisting Multiple Oppressions: An African American Lesbian's Counter-Narrative. PhD. Dissertation, Union Institute and University. Read Online.

Géliga-Vargas, Jesús A (1999). Ethnic identity, gay identity and sexual sensation seeking: HIV risk-taking predictors among men of color who have sex with men. Master's Dissertation, University of North Texas. PDF Download. Download Page.

Gopalkrishnan, Carl (2000). A Sociological Analysis of Gay Racism and Its Affect on Asian Men in HIV Social Research in Australia. Master's Dissertation, Department of Sociology, School of Social Sciences and Humanities, Murdoch University. Page for Thesis Download (Alternate Link).

Hill, LaToya Cherie (2006). The racial and sexual identity development of African American gay, lesbian and bisexual students at a religiously affiliated Historically Black University. PhD Dissertation, The University of Texas at Austin. PDF Download. Download Page.

Hucks, Tonya Camille (2004). Racial and Sexual Orientation Identity and Social Support as Predictors of Sexual Risk-Taking Behavior Among African-American Men Who Have Sex With Men. PhD. Dissertation, Arts and Sciences, Psychology, University of Cincinnati. PDF Download. Download Page.

Jamil, Omar B (2010). I am the melting pot: Multiple identity integration among gay/bisexual/questioning male ethnic minority adolescents. Theses and Dissertations. Paper 68. PhD Dissertation, DePaul University. PDF Download.

Kim JH (2007). Performing Female Masculinities at the Intersections of Gender, Class, Race, Ethnicity, and Sexuality. PhD. Dissertation, The University of Texas at Austin. PDF Download. Download Page.

Kudler, Benjamin A (2007). Confronting Race and Racism: Social Identity in African American Gay Men. Thesis, Smith College School for Social Work. PDF Download. Download Page.

Lee, Byron King Hin (2007). Reading GAM in craigslist personal ads: Constructing gay Asian males during the negotiation of anal intercourse & Remembering spaciality: Refocusing the History of Vancouver's Gay Community. Master's 'Dissertation', Simon Fraser University, British Columbia. PDF Download. Download Page.

Leis, Genevieve (2001). HIV Prevention from Indigenous Youth Perspectives. Master's Dissertation, University of Victoria, Victoria, British Columbia. PDF Download.

Lewis-Williams, Jeniece T (2006). Race, religion, and homosexuality: Black Protestants and homosexual acceptance. Master's Dissertation, Department of Sociology, Baylor University. PDF Download. Download Page.

López, Candace (2010). Walking contradictions : Latina lesbianas, immigration and citizenship. Master's Dissertation, The University of Texas at Austin. PDF Download. Download Page.

Loppie, Samantha Terri (2011). Splitting the Difference: Exploring the Experiences of Identity and Community Among Biracial and Bisexual People in Nova Scotia. Master's Dissertation, Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia. PDF Download.

McLachlan, Christine (2010). Queering gender : an exploration of the subjective experience of the development of transgender identity. Master's Dissertation, Clinical Psychology, School of Psychology, University of KwaZulu-Natal, Pietermaritzburg. PDF Download. Download Page.

Meladze, Pikria (2009). Integration of culture, religion and sexuality: A study of Caucasian and Asian gay men. Honours Dissertation, Thesis, Macquarie University. PDF Download.

Moreno C (2002). Invisible Lesbians: Latina Immigrant Lesbian Coming Out Experiences. PhD Dissertation, Maimonides University. PDF Download.

Narui, Mitsu (2010). A Foucauldian analysis of Asian/American Gay, Lesbian, and Bisexual Students’ Process of Disclosing their Sexual Orientation and Its Impact on Identity Construction. PhD. Dissertation,  Ohio State University. PDF Download. Download Page. PDF Download.

Nelms SD (2006). The Black lesbian experience: the intertwining of race and sexuality. PhD. Dissertation, Educational Psychology, University of Texas at Austin. PDF Download. Download Page.

Nguyen, Hoang Tan (2008). A view from the bottom: Asian American masculinity and sexual representation. PhD Dissertation, University of California, Berkeley. Abstract. Full text.

Ramirez CA (2006). Bearing Witness: Resiliency In the Lives of (Homo)Sexual Latino Men. Master of Arts Disseration. Digital Arts and New Media, University of California, Santa Cruz.  PDF Download.

Sar, Michael S (2009). Out of the Killing Fields, out of the closet: A personal narrative on finding identity as a gay Cambodian-American. Master's Dissertation, California State University, Long Beach. PDF Download. Download Page.

Shek, Yen Ling (2005). The relationship of racial identity and gender-role conflict to self-esteem of Asian American undergraduate men. Thesis. Graduate School of the University of Maryland, College Park. PDF Download. Download Page.

Silberman, Seth Clark (2005). Youse awful queer, chappie": Reading black queer vernacular in black literatures of the Americas, 1903--1967. PhD Dissertation, Uiversity of Maryland. Abstract. PDF Download.

Tajón, Manuel Montoya (2009). Identity Development of Latino Gay Men. PhD. Dissertation, Psychology in Clinical Psychology, Antioch University, Southern California. PDF Download. Download Page.

Tang, Denise Tse Shang (2001). Queering the Pacific Northwest : a case study of the Leaving Silence project. Master's Dissertation, Uiversity of British Columbia. PDF Download. Download Page.

Thing, James (2009). Entre maricones machos, y gays: Globalization and the construction of sexual identities among queer Mexicanos. PhD. Dissertation, University of Southern California. PDF Download. Abstract & Download Page. PDF Download.

Thompson, Beverly Yuen (1999). The Politics of Bisexual/Biracial Identity: A study of Bisexual and Mixed Race Women of Asian/Pacific Islander Descent. PhD. Dissertation, San Diego State University. Abstract. PDF Download.

Tran, Janine (2010). Sexual identity and depression among Vietnamese-American gay and bisexual men. Master's Dissertation, Department of Social Work, California State University, Long Beach, CA. Abstract. PDF Download. Abstract and Download.

Yang, Pahoua K (2008). A Phenomenological Study of the Coming Out Experiences of Gay and Lesbian Hmong. PHD. Dissertaton, University of Minnesota. PDF Download. Download Page.

Young JC (1999). Alternative genders in the Coast Salish world : paradox and pattern. Master's Dissertation, University of British Columbia. PDF Download. Download Page.


Older Bibliography, Not Being Added to. Many Items referenced here are not present in the other resources.

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Acevedo Rl (1992). A comparable analysis of lesbian identity development among aculturated Latina and Anglo lesbians. PH.D. Thesis, United States International University, DAI, Vol. 54-01B, p. 515, 128 pages.
 
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Alquijay MA (1993). The relationship among self-esteem, acculturation and lesbian identity formation. PH.D. Thesis, California School of Professional Psychology,  DAI, Vol. 54-04B, p. 2269, 155 pages.
 
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Asthana S, Oostvogels R (2001). The social construction of male 'homosexuality' in India: implications for HIV transmission and prevention. Social Science and Medicine, 52(5): 707-21.
 
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Athanases SZ (1996). A Gay-Themed Lesson in an Ethnic Literature Curriculum: Tenth Graders' Response to "Dear Anita." Harvard Educational Review, Vol. 66(2), 231-56.  (Paper's availability given by ERIC in "abstract" link.)
 
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Ayres T (1999). China doll - the experience of being a gay Chinese Australian. Journal of Homosexuality, 36(3-4), 87-97.
 
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Baez EJ (1996). Spirituality and the Gay Latino Client. Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services, 4(2), 69-81.  (A BUBL "abstract" link. Must scroll to locate abstract.)
 
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Balsam KF, Huang B, Fieland KC, Simoni JM, Walters KL (2004). Culture, trauma, and wellness: a comparison of heterosexual and lesbian, gay, bisexual, and two-spirit Native Americans. Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology, 10(3): 287-301.
 
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Barney DD (2003). Health risk-factors for gay American Indian and Alaska Native adolescent males. Journal of Homosexuality, 46(1-2): 137-57.
 
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Bhugra D (1997). Coming out by south Asian gay men in the United Kingdom. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 26(5), 547-57.

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Bowers MA (1993). Crossing cultures: self-identity in the writing of Suniti Namjoshi. M.A. Thesis, University of Alberta, MAI Vol 32:02, p. 430, 109 pages, ISBN 0-315-82227-9.
 
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Bowleg L, Craig ML, Burkholder G (2004). Rising and Surviving: A Conceptual Model of Active Coping Among Black Lesbians. Cultural Diversity & Ethnic Minority Psychology, 10(3): 229-40.
 
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Brotman S, Ryan B, Jalbert Y, Rowe B (2002) The impact of coming out on health and health care access: the experiences of gay, lesbian, bisexual and two-spirit people. Journal of Health and Social Policy, 15(1): 1-29. 
 
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Brown LB (1997). Women and Men, Not-Men and Not-Women, Lesbians and Gays: Gender Style Alternatives. Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services, Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services, Vol. 6(2), 5-18. (A BUBL "abstract" link.)
 
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Bruining MO (1995). A Few Thoughts from a Korean, Adopted, Lesbian, Writer/Poet, and Social Worker. Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services, Vol. 3(2), 61-66.  (A BUBL "abstract" link.)
 
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Carballo-Dieguez A, Dolezal C (1995). Association between history of childhood sexual abuse and adult HIV-risk sexual behavior in Puerto Rican men who have sex with men. Child Abuse and Neglect, 19(5), 595-605.
 
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Carballo-Dieguez A (1989). Hispanic Culture, Gay Male Culture, and AIDS: Counseling Implications. Journal of Counseling and Development, 68(1), 26-30. (ERIC "abstract" link.)
 
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Chan CS (1989). Issues of identity development among Asian-American lesbians and gay men. Journal of Counseling and Development, Vol. 68(1), 16-20. (Article availability given by ERIC in "abstract" link.)
 
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Chin TS (1997). "BULLERS" AND "BATTYMEN"  Contesting Homophobia in Black Popular Culture and Contemporary Caribbean Literature. Callaloo 20(1), 127-141. (Full text N/A)
 
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Christian KS (1994). Performance and the construction of identity in United States Latin fiction. PH.D. Thesis, University of California, Irvine, DAI Vol. 55:08A, p. 2388, 365 pages.
 
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Chuang K (1999). Using chopsticks to eat steak. Journal of Homosexuality, 36(3-4), 29-41.
 
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Chung YB, Katayama M (1999). Ethnic and Sexual Identity Development of Asian American Lesbian and Gay Adolescents. IN: Counseling Asian Families from a Systems Perspective. The Family Psychology and Counseling Series by Ng, Kit S Ng (Ed).  (ERIC Abstract)
 
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Cochran SD, Mays VM (1994). Depressive distress among homosexually active African American men and women. American Journal of Psychiatry, 151(4), 524-9.  (A PubMed Abstract)
 
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Conerly G (1997). Policing the boundaries: defining black lesbian/gay identity and community relationships. PH.D. Thesis, The University of Iowa, DAI Vol. 58:05A, p. 1934, 342 pages.
 
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Consolacion TB, Russell ST, Sue S (2004). Sex, Race/Ethnicity, and Romantic Attractions: Multiple Minority Status Adolescents and Mental Health. Cultural Diversity & Ethnic Minority Psychology, 10(3): 200-14.
 
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Crow L, Wright JA, Brown LB (1997). Gender Selection in Two American Tribes. Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services, Vol. 6(2), 21-28. (A BUBL "abstract" link.)
 
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DePoy E, Boldue C (1997).  AIDS Prevention in a Rural American Indian Population: A Collaborative Effort Between Community and Providers. Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services, Vol. 6(2), 97-108. (A BUBL "abstract" link.)
 
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Diaz RM, Ayala G, Bein E (2004). Sexual Risk as an Outcome of Social Oppression: Data From a Probability Sample of Latino Gay Men in Three U.S. Cities. Cultural Diversity & Ethnic Minority Psychology, 10(3): 255-67.
 
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Eyre SL, de Guzman R, Donovan AA, Boissiere C (2004). ‘Hormones is not magic wands’: Ethnography of a Transgender scene in Oakland, California. Ethnography, 5(2): 147-172. 
 
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Ferguson AD (1995). The relationship between African-American lesbians’ race, gender, and sexual orientation and self-esteem. PH.D. Thesis, University of Maryland College Park, DAI Vol. 56:11A, p. 4565, 205 pages.
 
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Flores J (1997). Latino Studies: New Contexts, New Concepts. Harvard Educational Review, Vol 67(2), 208-21.  (ERIC "abstract" link.)
 
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Gallegos YL (1997). A look at the unique challenges of Latina lesbians. M.S.W. Thesis, California State University, Long Beach, MAI Vol. 36{02, p. 408, 63 pages.
 
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Garcia BC (1997). The development of a gay Latino identity. PH.D. Thesis, The Fielding Institute, DAI, Vol. 58-04A, p. 1454, 189 pages.
 
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Grahn J (1986). Strange country this: lesbianism and North American Indian tribes. Journal of Homosexuality, 12(3/4): 43-57.

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Greenberg DF (1985). Why was the berdache ridiculed? Journal of Homosexuality, 11(3/4): 179-89.
 
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Greene B (1994). Ethnic-Minority Lesbians and Gay Men: Mental Health and Treatment Issues. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, Vol. 62(2), 243-51. (ERIC "abstract" link.)
 
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Hall DA (1997). Self-concept  and multiple reference group identity structure in lesbians of Black-African descent. Ph.D. Thesis, California School of Professional Psychology, Berkeley/Alameda.  DAI, Vol. 58-05, p. 2718, 117 pages.
 
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Harper PB (1995). Walk-On Parts and Speaking Subjects: Screen Representations Of Black Gay Men. Callaloo 18(2), 390-394. (Full text N/A)
 
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Harper GW, Jernewall N, Zea MC (2004). Giving Voice to Emerging Science and Theory for Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual People of Color. Cultural Diversity & Ethnic Minority Psychology, 10(3): 187-99.
 
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Hart J (1995). Same Sex Couples and Counselling:  The Development of a Multicultural Perspective. Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services, Vol. 3(3), 89-108. (Also: a BUBL "abstract" link. Must scroll to locate abstract.)
 
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Hawkeswood WG (1991).  “One of the children”: an ethnography of identity and gay black men. PH.D. Thesis, Colombia University, DAI, Vol. 52-08A, p. 2968, 391 pages.
 
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Hayes SF (1993). Empowering Multiple Cultural Identities of Bisexual Women and Men. (ERIC "abstract" link & Full Text Available)
 
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Heath KV, Cornelisse PG, Strathdee SA, Palepu A, Miller ML, Schechter MT, O'Shaughnessy MV, Hogg RS (1999). HIV-associated risk factors among young Canadian Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal men who have sex with men. International Journal of STD and AIDS, 10(9): 582-7.
 
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Hidalgo HA, Christensen EH (1976). The Puerto Rican Lesbian and the Puerto Rican Community. Journal of Homosexuality, 2(2), 109-120. (ERIC "abstract" link.)
 
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Hom, AY (1994)  Stories from the Homefront: Perspectives of Asian  American Parents with Lesbian Daughters and Gay Sons. Amerasia Journal, Vol. 20(1), 19-32.  (ERIC "abstract" link.). Summary.
 
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Icard LD (1996).  Assessing the Psychosocial Well-Being of African-American Gays: A Multidimensional Perspective. Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services, Vol. 5(2/3), 25-46. (A BUBL "abstract" link.)
 
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Icard LD, Longres JF, William JH (1996). An Applied Research Agenda for Homosexually Active Men of Color. Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services, Vol. 5(2/3), 139-162. (A BUBL "abstract" link.)
 
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Jackson, K, Brown LB (1996). Lesbians of African Heritage: Coming Out in the Straight Community. Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services, Vol. 5(4), 53-67. (A BUBL "abstract" link.)
 
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Jacobs MA, Brown LB (1997). American Indian Lesbians and Gays: An Exploratory Study. Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services, Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services, Vol. 6(2), 29-40. (A BUBL "abstract" link.)
 
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Johnson EP (1998). Feeling the Spirit in the Dark: Expanding Notions of the Sacred in the African-American Gay Community. Callaloo 21(2), 399-416. (Full text N/A)
 
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Kivel BD (1996). In on the outside, out on the inside: lesbian/gay/bisexual youth, identity and leisure. Ed. D. Thesis, University of Georgia, DAI, Vol. 57-03A, p. 1322, 223 pages.
 
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Kuszelewicz MA, Lloyd GA (1995). Lesbians and Gays of Color and HIV/AIDS: A Literature Review 1988-1993. Journal of Gay & Lesbian Social Services, Vol. 2(3/4), 107-119.
 
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Lam BT (1994). Psychosocial adjustment and coping strategies among Vietnamese-American gay men. M.S.W. Thesis, California State University, Long Beach, MAI Vol. 33:01, p. 95, 99 pages.
 
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Lane AJ (1997). Homosexuality and the crisis of black cultural particularity.  PH.D. Thesis, University of California, Los Angeles, DAI Vol. 58:06A, p. 2211, 317 pages.
 
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Lester JS (1997). Power and marginality: the politics of writing about black or lesbian identity. Ph.D. Thesis, Yale University, DAI, Vol. 58-04A, p. 1341, 255 pages.
 
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Lichtenstein B (2000). Secret encounters: black men, bisexuality, and AIDS in Alabama. Medical Anthropology Quarterly, 14(3): 374-93.
 
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Loiacano DK (1989). Gay identity issues among Black American: racism, homophobia, and the need for validation. Journal of Counseling and Development, Vol. 68(1), 21-25. (ERIC "abstract" link.)
 
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Lyle J, Jones J, Drakes G (1999). Beauty on the Borderland: On Being Black Lesbian and Beautiful. Journal of Lesbian Studies, 3(4), 45-53.  (A BUBL "abstract" link. Must scroll to locate abstract.)
 
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Manalansan MF, IV (1997). Remapping frontiers: the lives of Filipino gay men in New York. PH.D. Thesis, The University of Rochester, DAI Vol. 58:09A, p. 3588, 316 pages.
 
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McBride DA (1998). Can the Queen Speak? Racial Essentialism, Sexuality and the Problem of Authority. Callaloo 21(2), 363-379. (Full text N/A)
 
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Merighi JR (1996). Coming out in black and white: an exploratory analysis. Ph.D. Thesis (Social Work), University of California, Berkeley, DAI, Vol. 57-08A, p. 3682, 242 pages.
 
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Meyer-Cook F, Labelle D (2004). Namaji: Two-Spirit Organizing in Montreal, Canada. Journal of Gay & Lesbian Social Services, 16(1): 29-51.
 
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Morales J (1995). Gay Latinos and AIDS: A Framework for HIV/AIDS Prevention Curriculum. Journal of Gay & Lesbian Social Services, Vol. 2(3/4), 89-105. (A BUBL "abstract" link. Must scroll to locate abstract.)
 
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Morrow  (1995). An Interview with Isaac Julien. Callaloo 18(2), 406-415.  (Full text N/A)
 
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Muòoz-Laboy MA (2004). Beyond ‘MSM’: Sexual Desire among Bisexually-Active Latino Men in New York City. Sexualities, 7(1): 55-80,
 
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O'Connell JM, Lampinen TM, Weber AE, Chan K, Miller ML, Schechter MT, Hogg RS (2004). Sexual risk profile of young men in Vancouver, British Columbia, who have sex with men and inject drugs. AIDS and Behavior, 8(1): 17-23.
 
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Pallotta-Chiarolli M, Van de Ven P, Prestage G, Kippax S (1999)."Too Busy Studying and No Time for Sex?" Homosexually Active Male International Students and Sexual Health. Monograph 4/1999,  National Centre in HIV Social Research, The University of New South Wales. (Full text online.)
 
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Paradis, BA. (1997). Multicultural identity and gay men in the era of AIDS. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 67(2), 300-307.
 
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Parks CA, Hughes TL, Matthews AK (2004). Race/Ethnicity and Sexual Orientation: Intersecting Identities. Cultural Diversity & Ethnic Minority Psychology, 10(3): 214-54.
 
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Peterson JL, Folkman S, Bakeman R (1996). Stress, coping, HIV status, psychosocial resources, and depressive mood in African American gay, bisexual, and heterosexual men. American Journal of Community Psychology, 24(4), 461-87. 
 
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Piedmont O (1996). The veils of Arjuna: androgyny in gay spirituality, East and West. PH.D. Thesis, California Institute of Integral Studies, DAI Vol. 57:06B, p. 4076, 401 pages.
 
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Pope M (1995). The "Salad Bowl" is Big Enough for Us All: An Argument for the Inclusion of Lesbians and Gay Men in Any Definition of Multiculturalism. Journal of Counseling & Development, Vol. 73(3), 301-04.
 
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Quintilliani KI (1995). One of the girls: the social and cultural context of a Cambodian-American ‘gay’ group. M.A. Thesis, California State University, Long Beach, MAI Vol. 34:03, p. 995, 94 pages.
 
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Retter YG (1987). Identity development of lifelong vs. catalysed Latina lesbians. M.S.W. Thesis, University of California, Los Angeles, MAI, Vol. 30-03, p. 0885, 167 pages.
 
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Ridge D, Hee A, Minichiello V (1999). "Asian" men on the scene: challenges to "gay communities". Journal of Homosexuality, 36(3-3), 43-98.

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Roberts TL (1995). African American Gay Males with HIV/AIDS: Building upon Cultural Capacities to Survive. Journal of Gay & Lesbian Social Services, Vol. 2(3/4), 75-87. (A BUBL "abstract" link. Must scroll to locate abstract.)
 
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Rodriguez FI (1996). Understanding Filipino Male Homosexuality: Implications for Social Services. Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services, Vol. 5(2/3), 93-111. (A BUBL "abstract" link.)
 
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Rodriguez RA (1991). A qualitative study of identity development in gay chicano males. PH.D. Thesis, The University of Utah, DAI, Vol. 52-07A, p. 2474, 182 pages.
 
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Romo-Carmona, M. (1995) Lesbian Latinas:  Organizational Efforts to End Oppression. Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services, Vol. 3(2), 67-83. (A BUBL "abstract" link. Must scroll to locate abstract.)
 
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Rosabel GS (1996). Multicultural Existence in the Workplace: Including How I Thrive as a Latina Lesbian Feminist. Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services, Vol. 4(4), 17-28. (A BUBL "abstract" link.)
 
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Rosario M, Schrimshaw EW, Hunter J (2004). Ethnic/Racial Differences in the Coming-Out Process of Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Youths: A Comparison of Sexual Identity Development Over Time. Cultural Diversity & Ethnic Minority Psychology, 10(3): 215-28.
 
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Rowell CH (1998). An Interview with Carl Phillips. Callaloo 21(1), 204-217. (Full text N/A)
 
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Rowell CH (1998). An Interview with Reginald Shepherd. Callaloo 21(2), 290-307. (Full text N/A)
 
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Rowell R (1997). Developing AIDS Services for Native Americans : Rural and Urban Contrasts. Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services, Vol. 6(2), 85-94. (A BUBL "abstract" link.)
 
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Ryan R, Longres JF, Roffman RA (1996). Sexual Identity, Social support and Social Networks Among African Latino-, and European American Men in an HIV Prevention Program. Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services, Vol. 5(2/3), 1-22. (A BUBL "abstract" link.)
 
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Saewyc EM, Bearinger LH, Heinz PA, Blum RW, Resnick MD (1998). Gender differences in health and risk behaviors among bisexual and homosexual adolescents. Journal of Adolescent Health, 23(3), 181-8. Full Text.

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Saewyc EM, Skay CL, Bearinger LH, Blum RW, Resnick MD (1998). Sexual orientation, sexual behaviors, and pregnancy among American Indian adolescents. Journal of Adolescent Health, 23(4): 238-47. Full Text.
 
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Sager, Jennifer B; Schlimmer, Elizabeth; Hellmann, James A (2001). Latin American Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Clients: Implications for Counseling. Journal of Humanistic Counseling, Education and Development, 40(1): 21-33. (Article availability given in ERIC "abstract" link) - Follow this link to a more comprehensive abstract supplied by James A (Tony) Hellmann. Full Text.
 
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Salti RM (1997). Exploring Arab concepts of homosexuality. PH.D. Thesis, University of California, Riverside, DAI Vol. 58:02A, p. 448, 227 pages.
 
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Sanitioso R (1999). A social psychological perspective on HIV/AIDS and gay or homosexually active Asian men.Journal of Homosexuality, 36(3-4), 69-85.
 
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Santiago-Vazquez M (1986). Homophobia among male college students of Puerto Rican descent as a function of residence and acculturation factors. PH.D. Thesis, Adelphi University, The Institute of Advanced Psychological Studies, DAI Vol. 47:02B, p. 804, 103 pages.
 
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Sauve JR (1997). ‘I ride the bus on the other side of the street!’: the coming-out experiences of black gay men in college. PSY.D. Thesis, Rutgers - The State University of New Jersey, G.S.A.P.P. DAI Vol. 58:04B, p. 2137, 161 pages.
 
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Schjelderup N (1994). Oral histories of black gay men and a black transgender person in the San Francisco Bay Area.  M.A. Thesis, San Jose State University, MAI Vol. 33:01, p. 66, 114 pages.
 
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Shepherd R (1999). Coloring Outside The Lines: An Essay At Definition. Callaloo 22(1), 134-140. (Full text N/A)
 
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Sik-ying Ho S (1999). Developing a Social Constructionist Therapy Approach for Gay Men and Their Families in Hong Kong. Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services, 9(4), 69-97. (A BUBL "abstract" link.)
 
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Silenzio VMB (1997). Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Health in Cross-Cultural Perspective. Journal of the Gay and Lesbian Medical Association, 1(2), 75-86.
 
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Snider K (1996). Race and Sexual Orientation: The (Im)possibility of These Intersections in Educational Policy. Harvard Educational Review, Vol. 66(2), 294-302.
 
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Sohong S, Icard LD (1996). A Korean Gay Man in the United States: Toward a cultural Context for Social Service Practice. Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services, Vol. 5(2/3), 115-136. (A BUBL "abstract" link.)
 
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Sullivan PS, Chu SY, Fleming PL, Ward JW (1997). Changes in AIDS incidence for men who have sex with men, United States 1990-1995. AIDS, 11(13): 1641-6. Full Text.
 
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Swigonski ME (1995). The Social Service Needs of Lesbians of Color. Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services, Vol. 3(2), 67-83. (A BUBL "abstract" link. Must scroll to locate abstract.)
 
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Swartz DB (1990). Perceptions & Attitudes of Male Homosexuals from Differing Socio-Cultural & Audiological Backgrounds. (ERIC "abstract" link.)
 
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Tafoya T (1996).  Native American Two-Spirit Men. Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services, Vol. 5(2/3), 51-66. (A BUBL "abstract" link.)
 
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Vacc NA, et al. (1988).  Experiencing and Counseling Multicultural and Diverse Populations. Second Edition (Second Edition). (ERIC "abstract" link)
 
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Walker L (1995). Looking like what you are: race, sexual style and the construction of identity. Ph.D. Thesis, The Louisiana State University and Agricultural and Mechanical College.  DAI, Vol. 57-01A, p. 223, 283 pages.
 
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Walters KA (1997). Urban Lesbian and Gay American Indian Identity: Implications for Mental Health Service Delivery. Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services, Vol. 6(2), 43-62. (A BUBL "abstract" link.)
 
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Weber AE, Craib KJ, Chan K, Martindale S, Miller ML, Schechter MT, Hogg RS (2001). Sex trade involvement and rates of human immunodeficiency virus positivity among young gay and bisexual men. International Journal of Epidemiology, 30(6): 1449-54; discussion 1455-6.

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Willox A (2003). Branding Teena: (Mis)Representations in the Media. Sexualities, 6(3-4): 407-425.
 
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Wilson A (1996).  How We Find Ourselves: Identity Development and Two-Spirit People. Harvard Educational Review, Vol. 66(2), 303-17.
 
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Zamora-Hernandez CE, Patterson DG (1996). Homosexually Active Latino Men: Issues For Social Work Practice. Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services, Vol. 5(2/3), 69-87. (A BUBL "abstract" link.)


ABSTRACTS/HIGHLIGHTS: Papers, Articles, & Books

Greene B (1994). Ethnic-minority lesbians and gay men: mental health and treatment issues. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, Vol. 62(2),  243-51.

Abstract: Clinical psychological research has been a part of a significant growth of scholarly literature in mental health that appropriately explores relevant cultural variables and their effects on both the mental health and treatment of ethnic minority group members. A similar expansion of material seeking to develop affirmative perspectives in the treatment of gay men and lesbians has also found its way into the psychological literature. Scarcely any research seeks to explore the particular psychological strengths and vulnerabilities of men and women who are members of both groups. This article reviews literature pertinent to the cultural proscriptions of several ethnic minority groups and their relevance to mental health issues and treatment of gay and lesbian members, as well as a review of potential countertransference dilemmas for therapists. (Abstract reprinted by permission from the American Psychological Association.)

Paradis BA (1997). Multicultural identity and gay men in the era of AIDS. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 67(2), 300-7.

Abstract: In establishing integrated identities, gay men face psychosocial challenges that differ from those of most heterosexuals, although heterosexual males of minority cultures may confront similar developmental tasks. In the 1990s, the need for gay men to integrate bicultural identity and the "coming-out" process is further complicated by the stigma of AIDS. This paper aims to enhance clinicians' understanding of the multiple influences of culture and subculture, the AIDS epidemic, and racial and ethnic factors on the healthy development of gay males. (Abstract reprinted by permission of the The American Journal of Orthopsychiatry.)


Sager, Jennifer B; Schlimmer, Elizabeth; Hellmann, James A (2001). Latin American Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Clients: Implications for Counseling. Journal of Humanistic Counseling, Education and Development, 40(1): 21-33.

Abstract - Supplied by James A (Tony) Hellmann. See Note Below.

In the next five years Latino/a Americans will comprise the largest ethnic minority in the U.S. Furthermore, the clinical demand for services of this population is increasing rapidly. Concomitantly, the lesbian, gay, and bisexual population is becoming more visible and also has an increased demand for services. These issues have given rise to a combination of both these needs within a single population: lesbian, gay, and bisexual Latino/a individuals. To assist counselors in ethically meeting the clinical needs of this population, this article provides an overview of the identity development, a review of characteristics and special issues, and proposed counseling competencies when working with Latino/a people and lesbian, gay, and bisexual individuals, respectively. A synthesis of LGB Latino/a identity development and counseling implications is provided to assist counselors in treating this complex population. This article is not designed to train mental health workers, but rather to inform mental health professionals about a topic that has been largely ignored by the literature. Further readings, training, and supervision will be needed to adhere to ethical clinical standards.

Note sent by James A (Tony) Hellmann, September 2002: "Here is the abstract from our "unabridged" version of the article (we had to cut it from 33 pages to 22 when it was accepted for publication). I would appreciate it if you could add "Additional information added through correnspondence with James A. Hellmann" or some other kind of citation that shows the reader that this isn't part of the ERIC abstract. Also, feel free to add a link to my email address if you want. Then anyone with questions can contact me." Email for Tony Hellman: archer904@attbi.com .
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