This is a selected list of LGBTQ Studies-related databases. Find a list of all subject-based databases here.
Helpful hint: Make sure to try databases in other subject areas, as well. For example, if you are researching the middle school experience of LGBTQ students, you will want to use Education databases as well.
Women's Studies International (This is a broad database, including information on trans people, two-spirit, intersex individuals and men, as well.)
Anthropology Plus (especially helpful for international sexuality studies)
CQ Researcher (Search "LGBT" to see all policy reports and news summaries)
MLA International Bibliography (For literature and film criticism)PsycINFO (including PsycARTICLES)
Learn how to get the PDF of an article if you can't find it through the Rutgers Library databases:
Use ILL services to request books, articles, book chapters, microforms, conference proceedings, or other materials that aren't available at Rutgers, or to request a digital scan of an article or book chapter from one of our non-circulating collections. Physical materials can be picked up from any Rutgers library
The Advocate (1996-present) ONLINE Resource
The Ladder (1956-57, 1964-66, 1970-72) ONLINE Resource
Long time coming (Montréal, Quebec) (1973-76) ALEXANDER Microfilm
Sinister Wisdom (1978-present, with gaps) DOUGLASS Periodicals
TWO (1964-66) The Homosexual Viewpoint in Canada ONLINE Resource
Vice Versa (1947-48) ONLINE Resource
Annual review of sex research 1990 - 2007
Gay and lesbian law journal 1992 - 2001
Journal of Homosexuality 1/1/1997 to present
Journal of Lesbian Studies 1/1/1997 to present
Journal of the history of sexuality
Lesbian Review of Books 2000 - 2001
Sexuality and Disability 1997 to present
Note: you will have to do your searches using the terminology of the times ("homophile," "invert," "sex perversion," etc.) to find information on the historic context of LGBTQ Studies.
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