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|Chapman, Elizabeth. "No More Controversial Than a Gardening Display? Provision of LGBT-Related Fiction to
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|Ciszek, Matthew P. "Out on the Web: The Relationship Between Campus Climate and GLBT-related Web-based Resources
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|Downey, Jennifer. "Self-Censorship in Selection of LGBT-Themed Materials." Reference & User Services Quarterly
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|Gross, Claire. "What Makes a Good YA Coming-Out Novel?" Horn Book Magazine 89.2 (Mar/Apr 2013): 64-70.|
|Hamilton-Honey, Emily. "Guardians of Morality: Librarians and American Girls' Series Fiction, 1890-1950."
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|Hughes-Hassell, Sandra, Elizabeth Overberg, and Shannon Harris. "Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Questioning
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|Kelly, Barbara. "Reflecting the Lives of Aboriginal Women in Canadian Public Library Collection Development."
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|Lee, Kam Yan. "Odd Girl In: Expanding Lesbian Fiction Holdings at Barnard College." Collection Building 29.1 (2010): 22-26.|
|Miller, Mary Catherine. "Identifying Effective Trans Novels for Adolescent Readers." Bookbird: A Journal
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|Reed, Kathleen. "Link Established Between LBGT-Friendly Campus Climate Index Scores and Web-Based Resources
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|Sokoll, Talya. "Representations of Trans* Youth in Young Adult Literature: A Report and a Suggestion." Young
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|Stringer-Stanback, Kynita. "Young Adult Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Questioning (LGBTQ) Non-Fiction Collections
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|Wadsworth, Sarah. "Canonicity and the American Public Library: The Case of American Women Writers."
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|Yilmaz, Murat. "Gay, Lesbian, and Bisexual Themed Materials in the Public Libraries in Turkey." Libri: International
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|Denda, Kayo, and Lucy Vidal. "Academic Libraries Advancing Transnational Feminism." Paper presented
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