This is both a challenge and an opportunity for businesses seeking to serve today's lesbian
Battling health workers' ignorance about lesbians--a well-known barrier to maintaining lesbian
health--the Mautner Project is reaching out to thousands of physicians and other health care providers nationwide.
The author of an accompanying editorial recommends that health care providers and researchers discard assumptions about lesbians
, which contribute to the perception that this group is at low risk for STD transmission.
Negative attitudes prevent some educational systems from addressing the needs of gay, lesbian
, bisexual, and transgender (GLBT) students who are one of the last minorities to be acknowledged.
1992), a major American poet of international stature and the most iconic black lesbian
figure of the late 20th century, was one of the most revered lesbian
writers of her time.
Gay men and lesbians
experience class differently in part due to their distinct gendered experiences, although this of course varies according to other factors as well.
Training issues for counseling psychologists in working with lesbians
and gay men.
Because some lesbians
who choose to have sex with men may be more likely to choose bisexual men for partners (17,18), healthcare providers should keep in mind that the incidence of early syphilis and of fluoroquinolone-resistant N.
Even before they talked openly about Jim's sexual orientation, they participated in a parish workshop on homosexuality, and in 1992 they attended a conference on the subject along with other Catholic parents of gays and lesbians
from the Rochester area.
Their survey concluded that, with the exception of one study, the percentage of children of gays and lesbians
who were identified as gay or lesbian
ranged from zero to nine.
The Girls in the Back Room: Looking at the Lesbian
In the American Catholic Weekly The Wanderer of March 21, 2002, Paul Likoudis wrote a lengthy report of a meeting of 600 Catholic homosexual and lesbian
activists in Louisville, KY, held on March 8-10.