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From the PublisherWinner of the 2003 Award for Distinguished Book in Lesbian, Gay,and/or Bisexual Psychology from the American PsychologicalAssociation's Division 44 (the Society for the Psychological Studyof Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Issues).
‘This is an important work of scholarship, which is both ahistorical milestone and a signpost to the future. Above all, it isengaged in a dialogue with its readers and that can only be ofbenefit both to the psychological profession and to the lesbian andgay community.' Professor Jeffrey Weeks, Dean of Humanities andSocial Science, South Bank University, UK.
‘This is an exciting book that covers topics in lesbianand gay psychology in the United Kingdom. It includes currentscholarship in clinical, developmental and social psychology, andpromises to be a classic in its field.' Dr Esther Rothblum,Editor, Journal of Lesbian Studies
"Readers will gain an appreciation of the progress of work onlesbian and gay psychology as it pertains both to lesbian and gayissues and to psychology in general." H.L. Minton, formerly,University of Windsor, Choice, December 2002
"The editors are well established scholars, and the contributorsare experts in their respective fields. The fourteen chapters areall worth reading [...] Overall, the book deals with most of thetopics that fall legitimately within gay/lesbian psychology. It iswell edited and well structured. At the paperback price, it is aworthwhile invetsment." Sonia Gatzanis, Sexual and RelationshipTherapy, Vol. 18, No. 1, 2003