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LGBT

abbr.
lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender

LGBT

abbreviation for
(Sociology) lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender
n, pl LGBT's or LGBTs
(Sociology) a lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgender person
Translations
pédégouine

LGBT

abbr lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender. V. lesbian.
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5) Albuquerque alude a varias representaciones de lo lesbigay en las obras de Rodrigues.
Wardle, A Critical Analysis" of Interstate Recognition of Lesbigay Adoptions, 3 AVE MARIA L.
Because lesbigay parenting generally and adoption in particular is a rather new phenomenon (in significant numbers), one can expect that it will be many years before broad-based, reliable, empirical research about lesbigay parenting is available.
In addition to numerous articles, her book publications include Lesbigay Literature in Modern English Tradition (2008) and (De)Colonizing the Body: Disease, Empire (Alter)Native Medicine in Contemporary Native American Women's Writings (2004) and Huikan beimei yuanzhumin wenxue: duoyuan wenhua de shengsi (Native North American Literatures: Reflections on Multiculturalism) (2009).
Over the past 40 years you may have known the organization as the Lawrence Gay Liberation Front, the Gay Services of Kansas, Gay and Lesbian Services of Kansas, LesbiGay Services, or LesbiGay OK.
Sinfield, Alan, "Transgender and LesBiGay Identities.
In "Feeding Lesbigay Families," Christopher Carrington describes feeding work as "a number of distinct processes including planning, preparation, and management of meals" (Carrington, 260).
The scope of this collection is determined, first, by my own limitation as a white literary scholar; second, by the fact that certain disciplines have been more accepting than others of lesbigay scholarship and teaching (of progressive work in general); and finally, overwhelmingly, by the institutionalized racism and classism of academia.
In the post-Stone times one hears this great message differently in a variety of feminisms/postfeminisms, critical race theory, and the lesbigay transgender critiques.
One response, then, was a rejection of a gay identity that today is celebrated by lesbigay activists and scholars.
Leeds Road Tenants' and Residents' Association in Huddersfield received pounds 409 to buy a storage shed and Kirklees Young LesbiGay Group got pounds 1,000 to pay for a fair at a gay festival.
1) 1991 editorial by Johnny Noxema and Rex Boy in the Toronto zine BIMBOX, quoted in Dennis Cooper, Queercore, in THE MATERIAL QUEER: A LESBIGAY CULTURAL STUDIES READER 292 (Donald Morton ed.