Routledge Celebrates Pride Month

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Routledge Celebrates Pride Month

Taylor & Francis is proud to celebrate diversity and promote tolerance through the research we publish.

In honor of Pride Month 2021, we’ve collated a range of articles from across our portfolio, which explore the past, present, and future of the LGBTQIA+ community.

Our Pride Collection is free to access, share, and cite until the end of 2021.

Watch our video tribute to the Stonewall Riots here



Article Title Author(s) Journal
Life in a pandemic: intersectional approach exploring experiences of LGBTQ during COVID-19 Rohan Bhalla & Sumedha Agarwal International Journal of Spa and Wellness
Excluded from “inclusive” communities: LGBTQ youths’ perception of “their” community Melinda McCormick & Ramón S. Barthelemy Journal of Gay & Lesbian Social Services
Lesbians, Gay Men and The Production of Scale in East Germany Josie McLellan Cultural and Social History
The Boy-Child in Australian Lesbian Feminist Discourse and Community Rebecca Jennings Cultural and Social History
Queering postcolonial travel writing Churnjeet Mahn Studies in Travel Writing
The Decolonial Eye/I: Decolonial Enunciations of Queer Diasporic Practices Sandeep Bakshi Interventions
The causes of human sexual orientation Christopher C. H. Cook Theology & Sexuality
Rom-com without romonormativity, gays without homonormativity: examining the People Like Us web series Eve Ng New Review of Film and Television Studies
Embodied queer theology in Showtime’s Queer as Folk Leland G. Spencer Argumentation and Advocacy
Protection of sexual minorities since Stonewall: their lives, struggles, sufferings, love, and hope Phil C.W. Chan The International Journal of Human Rights
“Let’s Hook Up When the Pandemic is Over:” Latinx Sexual Minority Men’s Sexual Behavior During COVID-19 Audrey Harkness, et. Al. The Journal of Sex Research


Special Issues

Twitter Chat with The Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality

Join the Twitter Chat with The Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality on June 22nd at 10AM EST to discuss SGM and Health Disparities. Participants will include Eric Schrimshaw, Omar Martinez and Cynthia Graham. #SGMHealthChat
Join the Twitter Chat @Sex_Science

Additional Reading - Books & Book Chapters