Cultural, social and political issues about being, becoming gay, lesbian or bisexual; about the effects the larger society has upon gay, lesbian or bisexual individuals or groups; and the concerns of, for, and about the individuals or groups.
Debate and information around the Boy Scouts of America's policy on homosexuality.
This category deals with the issue of the Boy Scouts of America''s policy on homosexuality, and therefor may contain both pro and con websites. Websites dealing with the larger issues of homosexuality will not fit in this category, and should look for more appropriate placement within Society: Issues: Gay, Lesbian, and Bisexual
The ex-gay movement is a network of religious, scientific, and political organizations that advocate "change" (through religious and/or therapeutic interventions) for people who are attracted to members of the same sex or exhibit a non-normative gender identity or expression. The movement promotes religious and societal condemnation of homosexuality and transgenderism and advocates anti-LGBT public policy. Robinson, Christine M. and Sue E. Spivey. 2007. “The Politics of Masculinity and the Ex-Gay Movement.” Gender & Society 21(5): 650-675.
This category deals with the issue of the Ex-Gay Movement, and therefor may contain both pro and con websites. Websites dealing with the larger issues of homosexuality will not fit in this category, and should look for more appropriate placement within Society: Issues: Gay, Lesbian, and Bisexual
A right considered basic and benign can be denied to same-sex partners. This category contains websites and articles on the issue.
Submissions to this category should be about gay and lesbian partner hospital visitation.
This is for sites having to do with inclusion issues in the GLBT movement. Who is "allowed" to be a part of it? (Currently it contains bisexual and transgender inclusion issues, but it is open to also include polyamory and leather inclusion issues.)
Sites about the debate about whether homosexuality is determ ined at birth, determined by the environment a child grows up in, or is a "lifestyle choice".