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Literary Resources

  • Abbott, S., & Love, B. (1972). Sappho was a right on woman. New York: Stein and Day
  • Altman, D. (1973). Homosexuality: Oppression and liberation. New York: Avon.
  • Alyson, S. (Ed.) (1985). Young, gay and proud. Boston: Alyson.
  • Baetz, R. (1980). Lesbian crossroads: Personal stories of lesbian struggles and triumphs. New York: Morrow.
  • Becker, C. (1988). Unbroken ties: Lesbian ex-lovers. Boston: Alyson.
  • Bell, A. P., Weinberg, M., & Hammersmith, S. K. (1981). Sexual preference: Its development in men and women. Bloomington: Indiana University Press.
  • Berzon, B. (1988). Permanent partners. New York: Dutton.
  • Blumenfed, W., & Raymond, D. (1988). Looking at gay and lesbian life. New York: Philosophical Library.
  • Bode, J. (1976). View from another closet: Exploring bisexuality in women. New York: Hawthorne.
  • Brod, H. (Ed). (1987) The making of masculinities: The new menïs studeies. Boston: Allen
  • & Unwin.
  • Brown, H. (1976). Familiar faces, hidden lives: The story of homosexual men in America today. New York:Harcourt Brace Jovanovich.
  • Bullogh, Y. (1978). Homosexuality: Past and present. New York: Garland.
  • Clark, D. (1979). Living gay. Millbrae, CA: Celestial Arts.
  • Covina, G., & Galana, L. (Eds) (1975). The lesbian reader. Oakland, CA: Amazon.
  • Cruikshank, M. (1981). Lesbian studies: Women loving women. San Francisco: Angel.
  • Cruikshank, M. (1982). Lesbian studies: Present and future. New York: Feminist Press.
  • Curry, H., & Denis, C. (1980). A leagal guide for lesbian and gay couples. Berkeley, CA: Nolo.
  • Darty, T., & Potter, S. (Eds). Women-identified women. Palo Alto, CA: Mayfield.
  • D'Emilio, J. (1983). Sexual poplitics: sexual communities. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
  • Fast, J. (1975). Bisexual living. New York: Pocket.
  • Fisher, P. (1972). The gay mystique: The myth and reality of male homosexuality. New York: Stein and Day.
  • Fleming, M. C. (1989). About courage. Los Angeles: Holloway House.
  • Fricke, A. (1981). Reflections of a rock lobster: A story about growing up gay. Boston: Alyson.
  • Gordon, S. (1975). You: The psychology of surviving...New York: Quadrangel/New York Times.
  • Hanckel, F. & Cunningham, J. (1979). A way of life, a way of love: A young person's introduction to way it means to be gay. New York: Lothrop, Lee, and Shepard.
  • Heger, H. (1980). The men with the pink trianges. Boston: Alyson.
  • Heron, A. (Ed). (1983). One teenager in ten: A testimony by gay and lesbian youth. Boston: Alyson.
  • Humphreys, L. (1972). Out of the closets: The sociology of homosexuality liberation. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall.
  • Hunt, M. (1977). Gay: What you should know about homosexuality. New York: Farrar, Straus, Giroux.
  • Jay, K., & Young, A. (1977). Out of the closets: The voices of gay liberation. New York: Jove.
  • Katz, J. (Ed). (1976). Gay American history: Lesbians and gay men in the USA. New York: Crowell.
  • Klaich, D. (1974). Woman plus woman. New York: Simon and Schuster.
  • Klein, F. (1978). The bisexual option: A concept of one hundred percent intimacy. New York: Arbor House.
  • Kleinberg, S. (1980). Alientated affections: Being gay in America. New York: St. Martins.
  • Kohn, B. (1980). Barry and Alice: Portrait of a bisexual marriage. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall.
  • Kus, R. (Ed). (1990). Gay men of Alcoholics Anonymous: Firsthand accounts. Iowa City: Winter Star.
  • Lauritsen, J., & Thorstad, D. (1974). The early homosexual movement. New York: Times and Change.
  • Leavitt, D. (1986). The lost language of the cranes. New York: Bantam.
  • Loulan, J. (1987). Lesbian sex and lesbian passions. San Francisco: Spinsters/Aunt Lute.
  • Masters, W., & Johnson, V. (1979). Homosexuality in perspective. Boston: Little, Brown.
  • McNaught, B. (1981). A disturbed peace. Washington, DC: Dignity.
  • McWhirter, D., & Mattison, A. (1983). The male couple. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall.
  • Moses, A. (1978). Identity management in lesbian women. New York: Praeger.
  • Nieberding, R. A. (Ed) (1989). In every clasroom. The report of the president's select committee for lesbians and gay concerns. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press.
  • Pharr, S. (1988). Homophobia: A weapon of sexism. Little Rock, AR: Chardon.
  • Pleck, J. H. (1984). The myth of masculinity. Cambridge, MA: Massachusetts Institute of Technology Press.
  • Ponse, B. (1978). Identities in the lesbian world: The social construction of the self. Westport, CT: Greenwood.
  • Rosen, D. (1974). Lesbianism: A study of female homosexuality. Springfield, IL: Thomas.
  • Russo, V. (1987). The celluloid closet. New York: Harper & Row.
  • Silverstein, C., & White, E. (1977). The joy of gay sex. New York: Crown.
  • Simpson, R. (1977). From the closets to the courts. New York: Viking.
  • Sisley, E. L. & Harris, B. (1977). The joy of lesbian sex. New York: Crown.
  • Spada, L. (1979). The Spada report: The newest survey of gay male sexuality. New York: New American Library.
  • Vida, G. (1978). Our rights to  love:  A lesbian resource book. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall.