The following studies are independent projects and papers that contribute empirical data to our body of knowledge on concepts related to gender identity and expression.
Bauer, R. (2008). Transgressive and transformative gendered sexual practices and white privileges: The case of the dyke/trans BDSM communities. Women’s Studies Quarterly, 36(3/4), 233-253. Full text
Anthony F. Bogaert. (2015). Understanding asexuality. Rowman & Littlefield.
Brown, L. S. & Pantalone, D. (2011). Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender issues in trauma psychology: A topic comes out of the closet. Traumatology. 17(2), 1-3.
Dhejne C., Lichtenstein P., Boman M., Johansson A.L., Långström N., Landén M. (2011). Long-term follow-up of transsexual persons undergoing sex reassignment surgery: cohort study in Sweden. PLoS ONE, 6(2): e16885. Full text
Ehrensaft, D. (2012). From gender identity disorder to gender identity creativity: true gender self child therapy. Journal of Homosexuality, 59(3), 337-356.
Finley, N.J. (2010). Skating femininity: Gender maneuvering in women’s roller derby. Journal of Contemporary Ethnography, 39(4), 359-387.
Grabham, E. (2007). Citizen bodies, intersex citizenship. Sexualities, 10(1), 29-48.
Griffin, M. J. (2016). Intersecting Intersectionalities and the Failure of the Law to Protect Transgender Women of Color in the United States. Tul. JL & Sexuality, 25, 123.
Heintz, A.J., & Melendez, R.M. (2006). Intimate partner violence and HIV/STD risk among lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender individuals. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 21(2), 193-208.
Hines, S. (2006). Intimate transitions: Transgender practices of partnering and parenting. Sociology, 40(2), 353-371.
Hines, S. (2007). Transgendering care: Practices of care within transgender communities. Critical Social Policy, 27 (4), 462-486.
Kozee, H.B., Tylka, T.L., & Bauerband, L. A. (2012). Measuring transgender individuals’ comfort with gender identity and appearance: Development and validation of the Transgender Congruence Scale. Psychology of Women Quarterly, 36(2), 179-196. Full text
Mizock, L., Woodrum, T. D., Riley, J., Sotilleo, E. A., Yuen, N., & Ormerod, A. J. (2017). Coping with transphobia in employment: Strategies used by transgender and gender-diverse people in the United States. International Journal of Transgenderism, 1-13.
Mullaney, J.L. (2007). “Unity admirable but not necessarily heeded”: Going rates and gender boundaries in the straight edge hardcore music scene. Gender & Society, 21(3), 384-408.
Norton, A. T. & Herek, G. M. (2013). Heterosexuals’ attitudes toward transgender people: Findings from a national probability sample of U.S. adults. Sex Roles, 68(11), 1-16. Full text
O’Neil, M. E., McWhirter E. H., & Cerezo, A. (2008). Transgender identities and gender variance in vocational psychology: Recommendations for practice, social advocacy, and research. Journal of Career Development, 34 (3), pp. 286-308.
Self, A. K. (2017). Adopting a Third Gender in the United States. The Downtown Review, 3(2), 8. Full text
Singh, A. A., & McKelroy, V. S., (2011). “Just getting out of bed is a revolutionary act: The resilience of transgender people of color who have survived traumatic life events. Traumatology, 17 (2), 34-44.
Stone, A.L. (2009). More than adding a T: American lesbian and gay activists’ attitudes towards transgender inclusion, Sexualities, 12(3), 334-354.
Wilkins, A.C. (2004). “So full of myself as a chick”: Goth women, sexual independence, and gender egalitarianism. Gender & Society, 18(3), 328-349. Full text