A collection of primary source articles representing the best current research and theory in lesbian and gay studies, paying particular attention to identity development, gender differences, ethnic and racial variation, long-term relationships, adult development, and aging.
The articles are uniformly distingushed: well-written, conceptually very sophisticated, carefully researched.The editors provide an overall introduction to each of the eight sections, and a conclusion that treats implications of the articles for clinical practice, research, and public policy.Very highly recommended. (Choice)
This book is the most comprehensive work on lesbian and gay issues to date, and will be a classic in the field. (Esther Rothblum, University of Vermont)