By Christian Klesse
By Christian Klesse
By J. Crouthamel
By Preston Grant
Written for homosexual and instantly humans alike, homosexual, defined leads the reader on a trip that even the main trained might locate unbelievable. advised in a hot and private type, homosexual, defined weaves jointly the person tale of a guy born Mormon and homosexual with the large ranging tales from a few of humanity’s so much attention-grabbing humans. it's a historical past that stretches again to the drawings on cave partitions and the tales of the Pharaohs, in the course of the faith and philosophies of Greece and Rome, is illuminated within the artwork of the Renaissance, and runs as much as the headlines of this present day. almost all these tales predate smooth LGBT labels, in order that they are stories of shamans, monks, amazons, minstrels, spirits, and international adventurers. From there the e-book covers the on hand technological know-how, the place researchers locate facts for homosexuality and gender edition in the course of the wildlife besides genetic and organic origins in human bodies.
Despite the entire fresh political successes, questions stay. Why are a few humans homosexual? Is it only a sexual choice, or is there extra happening? Why perform a little humans differ round gender and the way is that regarding sexuality? And if all of this can be so ordinary, why does homophobia persist? The solutions to those questions strikes the bigger dialogue past mere evidence and into the area of that means — exploring the aim of homosexual humans in households, society, and the area. homosexual, defined is consequently a vital source for fogeys, kids, neighbors, lecturers, pastors, politicians, and with regards to every person else.
For everyone who has ever idea, “I simply don’t get homosexual people,” the solutions are right here. homosexual, Explained.
By David France
Winner of the golf green Carnation Prize for LGBTQ literature
Winner of the Lambda Literary Award for LGBT non-fiction
Shortlisted for the Wellcome booklet Prize 2017
'This fantastically written chronicle will stand as a towering paintings in its box' Sunday Times
'Inspiring, uplifting and worthy examining' - Steve Silberman writer of Neurotribes, Financial Times
How to outlive a Plague through David France is the riveting, robust and profoundly relocating tale of the AIDS epidemic and the grass-roots stream of activists, a lot of them dealing with their very own life-or-death struggles, who grabbed the reins of clinical learn to assist boost the medication that became HIV from a as a rule deadly an infection to a practicable ailment. around the world, the 15.8 million humans taking anti-AIDS medicines at the present time are alive due to their efforts.
Not because the ebook of Randy Shilts's now vintage And the Band performed On in 1987 has a ebook sought to degree the AIDS plague in such brutally human, intimate, and hovering phrases.
Weaving jointly the tales of dozens of people, this can be an insider's account of a pivotal second in our background and person who replaced the way in which that scientific technological know-how is practised worldwide.
By Joseph Nicolosi,Lucy Freeman
Some readers of this ebook can be shocked through the directive form of Dr. Nicolosi's healing intervention. partially, this can be because of the editorial synthesis of the transcript. extra importantly, although, reparative treatment does require a extra concerned therapist–a benevolent provocateur who departs from the culture of uninvolved, opaque analyst to turn into a salient male presence. The therapist needs to stability lively problem with hot encouragement to stick with the father-son version. T
By Jayne Caudwell
The first publication focusing completely in this topic, Sport, Sexualities and Queer/Theory captures the most recent and most sensible writing on an rising concentration of research that brings in views from a couple of disciplines together with activities stories, gender reports, sociology, cultural reviews, lesbian and homosexual reports, and queer reports. An available advent to this dynamic box, this can be an explorative research of lesbian, homosexual, transgender, transsexual and intersex people’s studies of game in addition to a rigorous theoretical attention of sociological and political concerns.
Bringing jointly in one resource a thrilling array of contributions, this is often a terrific resource of notion for someone taken with this swiftly becoming box, and fills a necessity for a superb advent to the most issues and issues.
By Doug Meyer
By Tarynn M Witten,A. Evan Eyler,Tarynn M. Witten PhD LCSW FGSA,A. Evan Eyler MD MPH
The graying of the U.S. inhabitants attracts expanding concentration to traditionally unattended segments of society, together with sexual and gender minorities. during this first entire quantity to handle the demanding situations of getting older within the homosexual, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, and intersex populations, this article offers what's at present identified approximately getting older GLBT contributors and what prone are had to help them.
The editors first offer an introductory evaluate evaluating caregiving in GLBT and normative getting older groups. In chapters dedicated to the problems of every substitute sexuality and gender identification neighborhood, best specialists within the box speak about biomedical, mental, social/sexual, non secular, socioeconomic, and repair subject matters with regards to that community's getting older wishes.
GLBT populations face targeted demanding situations as they age. regardless of the customarily critical problems they stumble upon, many reside out their ultimate years with the distinction and beauty that every one people deserve. With a mix of the most recent organic and social technology examine, relocating case stories and first-person bills, useful suggestion for well-being pros, and learn literature citations, this ebook represents a big breakthrough in addressing issues of getting older GLBT populations.
Integrating study, perform, and coverage, this article is for college students and pros in gerontology, drugs, social paintings, psychology, nursing, public well-being, and similar fields who desire to examine extra in regards to the lifestyles stories and issues of sexual- and gender-minority-identified older patients.
By Morris B. Kaplan
By Assistant Professor Holly Lewis
The Politics of Everybody examines the construction and upkeep of the phrases 'man', 'woman', and 'other' in the present political second; the contradictions of those different types and the customers of a Marxist method of praxis for queer our bodies. Few thinkers have tried to reconcile queer and Marxist research. those that have suggest the major contested website to be that of desire/sexual expression. This emphasis on hope, Lewis argues, is symptomatic of the neoliberal undertaking and has ended in a persevered fascination with the politics of id. by way of arguing that Marxist research is in reality most respected to gender politics in the enviornment of physique creation, categorization and exclusion Lewis develops a concept of gender and the sexed physique that's wedded to the realities of a capitalist political economy.
Boldly calling for a brand new, materialist queer concept, Lewis defines a politics of liberation that's either intersectional, transnational, and down to earth in lived experience.