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Sexual minority community


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    • Queer community
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  • Sources

    • found: Work cat.: Kohl, D.G. A curious and peculiar people : a history of the Metropolitan Community Church of Portland, Oregon, and the sexual minority communities of the Pacific Northwest, c2006.
    • found: Tamashiro, D.J. Measuring biphobic attitudes in Amsterdam's sexual minority community, 2004.
    • found: Bailey, M.M. The labor of diaspora : ballroom culture and the making of a Black queer community, 2005:abstr. (the creation of a Black queer community) leaf 1 (an ethnographic study of ... an alternative Black and Latina/o queer community in the U.S.) leaf 6 (the memories and experiences of the members of the Ballroom scene in particular, and the larger Black queer community in general) leaf 20 (studies of Black queer communities in the U.S. and throughout the Black world)
    • found: Jones, J.A. Hidden histories, proud communities, 2001:abstr. (For this study, these Kentucky lesbians, gay men, bisexuals, transgendered individuals, queer-associated heterosexuals, and other sexual variants are listed together under the controversial but useful label of queer. This study examines how queers developed communities around particular spaces in Lexington, Kentucky, over a seven-decade period; this study emphasizes a multitude of queer communities in Lexington; Lexington's queer communities)
    • found: Hammidi, T.N. Queer community sustainability, 1999.
    • found: Eising, P.R. Showing up strange : portraiture and nightlife in Portland's queer community, 2012.
    • found: Ginger, K.A. Toward a queer understanding of politics : queer community and the critique of rights, 2005.
    • found: Mears, R.L. What's on the other side? : uses of the rainbow flag in the queer community, 2000.
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    • 2014-03-06: new
    • 2014-06-14: revised
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