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Pride Month

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Library Resources for Pride Month

ISBN: 9781611178135
Title: Southern Perspectives on the Queer Movement : Committed to Home
Author: Sheila R. Morris
ISBN: 9781438491691
Title: Introduction to LGBTQ+ Studies : A Cross-Disciplinary Approach
Author: Deborah P. Amory, Sean G. Massey, Jennifer Miller, and Allison P. Brown
ISBN: 9781641138321
Title: Teaching the Teachers: LGBTQ Issues in Teacher Education
Author: Cathy A. R. Brant
ISBN: 9781946684936
Title: LGBTQ fiction and poetry from Appalachia / edited by Jeff Mann and Julia Watts.
Author: Mann, Jeff, editor
ISBN: 9780299297732
Title: In a new century : essays on queer history, politics, and community life
Author: D'Emilio, John
ISBN: 9781479858286
Title: The Stonewall Riots : A Documentary History
Author: Marc Stein
ISBN: 9780231551366
Title: The Shape of Sex : Nonbinary Gender From Genesis to the Renaissance
Author: Leah DeVun
ISBN: 9780252043376
Title: Black Queer Freedom: Spaces of Injury and Paths of Desire
Author: GerShun Avilez
ISBN: 9781442201002
Title: Understanding Asexuality
Author: Anthony F. Bogaert
ISBN: 9781479822133
Title: The Path to Gay Rights : How Activism and Coming Out Changed Public Opinion
Author: Jeremiah J. Garretson
ISBN: 9781479875993
Title: Beyond Trans : Does Gender Matter?
Author: Heath Fogg Davis
ISBN: 9781615372751
Title: Pocket Guide to LGBTQ Mental Health : Understanding the Spectrum of Gender and Sexuality
Author: Petros Levounis and Eric Yarbrough

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GLAAD, the LGBTQ media advocacy organization, presents Southern Stories, a program that aims to build support for equality by amplifying the stories of LGBTQ people and their allies in the U.S. South.

These Library of Congress collections demonstrate how LGBTQ Americans have strengthened our country, by using their talent and creativity to help create awareness and goodwill.


LGBTQ&A was created in 2016 in order to document modern LGBTQ+ history — to get beyond transition and coming out stories, to get to know each person, their accomplishments, their failures, and how to they got to where they are today. ​
Bringing the voices of LGBTQ history to life through intimate conversations with champions, heroes, and witnesses to history.
The Gender Reveal podcast explores the vast diversity of trans experiences through interviews with a wide array of trans, nonbinary and two-spirit people.
One From the Vaults, a trans history podcast by Morgan M Page. We bring you all the dirt, gossip, and glamour from trans history!