- FX Atlanta- Trans/Sexual Orientation
- Men-How You See Me
- Women- How You See Me
- Things Not To Say To A Non-Binary Person
- What Is Gender Non-Conforming?
- Unerased: Mic’s Database of Trans Lives Lost to Homicide in the US
- The Movement of #MeToo
- When a Student Says, ‘I’m Not a Boy or a Girl’
- Transgender bathroom users will not endanger women, but twisted social norms might
Academic Journals and Books
Connell, R., & Messerschmidt, J. (2005). Hegemonic Masculinity: Rethinking the Concept. Gender and Society, 19(6), 829-859.
Robinson, J., & Espelage, D. (2012). Bullying Explains Only Part of LGBTQ—Heterosexual Risk Disparities: Implications for Policy and Practice. Educational Researcher, 41(8), 309-319.
Seelman, K.L. (2014). Transgender Individuals’ Access to College Housing and Bathrooms: Findings from the National Transgender Discrimination Survey.
Lombardi, E. L., Wilchins, R. A., Priesing, D., & Malouf, D. (2001). Gender violence: Transgender experiences with violence and discrimination. Journal of Homosexuality, 42(1), 89-101.
L77 WGSS 100B — Introduction to Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies
L98-4252 section 01: Seminar in Video Games: Video Games, Gender and Sexuality
L48 Anthro 161 —Gender, Youth, and Global Health
L48 Anthro 3201 — Gender, Culture, and Madness
L51 Korean 455 — Topics in Korean Literature and Culture: Gender in Korean Literature and Film
L22 History 3173 — Service Learning: Documenting the Queer Past in St. Louis
L45 LatAm 457 — Gender and Modernity in Latin America
L77 WGSS 3014 — Queering Citizenship
L77 WGSS 308 — Masculinities
L77 WGSS 3101 — An Intellectual History of Sex and Gender
L77 WGSS 393 — Gender Violence
L77 WGSS 4363 — Sex, Gender, and Power
S40-5809 — Women’s Issues in Social Welfare & Social Work Practice
S31-5243 — Social Work Practice with Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender Populations
S55-5372 TPS —Gender, Poverty, and Global Health
S40-5784 — Regulating Sex: Historical & Cultural Encounters Seminar