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LGBT

abbreviation for lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgender.
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About the same time of Stacey and Biblarz's review, Redding criticized the lack of sociopolitical diversity in the social sciences, citing the area of lesbigay parenting as a prime example of such bias.
321) In addition to Professor Lynn Wardle, "the best-known and most prolific legal scholar opposing lesbigay marriage and parenting rights," (322) numerous others have argued that "the specific effect of homosexual parenting on child development remains an open question.
Sinfield, Alan, "Transgender and LesBiGay Identities.
In "Feeding Lesbigay Families," Christopher Carrington describes feeding work as "a number of distinct processes including planning, preparation, and management of meals" (Carrington, 260).
Cases abound that illustrate the ways in which sociologists have lost control of the uses of the knowledge they have produced: Stacey's (2004) bitter observation that her work about lesbigay parenthood, much to her dismay, has contributed to pro-marriage ideology; Tittle's (2004) account of the legislators who totally ignored the work done by him and other social scientists and the testimony they provided vis-a-vis the death penalty; or Tumin's (1970) even more disturbing report that his research, which was prompted by fundamentally antiracist beliefs, was eventually accused by Black people of being a racist document.
The scope of this collection is determined, first, by my own limitation as a white literary scholar; second, by the fact that certain disciplines have been more accepting than others of lesbigay scholarship and teaching (of progressive work in general); and finally, overwhelmingly, by the institutionalized racism and classism of academia.
In the post-Stone times one hears this great message differently in a variety of feminisms/postfeminisms, critical race theory, and the lesbigay transgender critiques.
One response, then, was a rejection of a gay identity that today is celebrated by lesbigay activists and scholars.
Leeds Road Tenants' and Residents' Association in Huddersfield received pounds 409 to buy a storage shed and Kirklees Young LesbiGay Group got pounds 1,000 to pay for a fair at a gay festival.
1) 1991 editorial by Johnny Noxema and Rex Boy in the Toronto zine BIMBOX, quoted in Dennis Cooper, Queercore, in THE MATERIAL QUEER: A LESBIGAY CULTURAL STUDIES READER 292 (Donald Morton ed.
on the merits and morals of lesbigay parenthood as well as on their analysis of the child development research.
I also liked Karla Jay's wryly humorous account of her compulsive "worrying" about the direction of what she calls the lesbigay movement, and Kathy Boudin's moving story of life behind bars.