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June 3, 2019

The literature shows that individuals with a low tolerance for ambiguity (Hill 2010, Nagoshi 2008) are more likely to express bias against bisexual and transgender people. This lower ambiguity tolerance is also more likely to correlate with religious fundamentalism, a...

April 24, 2018

This was published in the The Routledge Handbook of LGBTQIA  Administration and Policy, published in fall 2018.

This chapter aims to give historical context for bisexual-specific advocacy at the state and federal level, briefly address some particular disparities facin...

April 5, 2016

This article appears in full in At the Intersections. Please visit the site for the full text and citations and to read more about the experiences of LGBTQ youth experiencing homelessness and how to support their success.

The largest proportion of lesbian, gay, and bise...

This guide first appeared on the Center for American Progress on May 23, 2013. Please visit that site to read more, view the citations, and learn more about the Affordable Care Act.

President Barack Obama signed the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, or ACA, in...

September 14, 2010

This article first appeared in the Modern American in September 2010. For the full text, with citations, please visit that site.

I am a third year law student, gearing up to face a bleak legal job market, a bleaker economy, and almost two hundred thousand dollars in stu...

This article first appeared in the Cardozo Journal of Gender and the Law. in September 2010. For the full article, with citations, please visit that site.

In 2000, Kenji Yoshino published a paper exploring the social erasure of bisexuality. He introduced the paper by em...

This article first appeared in the Dartmouth Journal of Gender and the Law in January 2010. For the full article with citations, please email Heron at herongreenesmith@gmail.com or complete the CONTACT form.

On June 26, 2008, the House of Representatives Subcommittee on...

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