A Practical Guide to Transforming Professional Practice.
In January 1987, 30 years ago, I wrote a draft of what was to become soon afterwards the first comprehensive human rights charter for people with HIV.
February 28, 2017–In “Fundamentals of LGBT Substance Use Disorders,” the new book released by Columbia University Press-distributed LGBTQ publisher Harrington Park Press, Philadelphia clinician Michael Shelton sums up what is known about the prevalence of LGBT substance abuse and treatment, and emphasises the importance of affirmative therapy practices—counselling that supports and embraces client sexual identity.
Totally Entwined Group's new imprint Pride Publishing is releasing its first gay romance paperback, a book about two gay cage fighters.
The Poetic Heart, officially published last week, uses the creative dimensions of poetry and art to explore love, LGBT concerns, experiences, and emotional expression. This compelling work will engage those interested in exploring the socially aware arts of our times.
Novelisation of the hit holiday comedy Make The Yuletide Gay by the film's writer/director Rob Williams. Limited edition cover!
When it comes to treating LGBT substance abuse know this: we are the same but different from our straight counterparts. While treatment and intervention for alcoholism and drug addiction in lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans patients often mirrors that offered to the general population, if it often does not acknowledge the complexity of the experiences, emotions and challenges faced by LGBT patients, it runs the risk of being rendered ineffective, counterproductive or even detrimental to recovery.
Matthew Todd revealed what the historic meeting with Prince William was like, as 9 LGBTI people spoke to the Prince about their stories.
Few professions are as misunderstood, disparaged and infamous as that of the oldest of professions, sex work: particularly male sex work.
In the fascinating new book Queer Identities and Politics in Germany: A History, 1880-1945, author Clayton J. Whisnant recounts the emergence of various “queer identities”–what it means to be lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender–in Germany from 1880 to 1945 and the political strategies pursued by early gay and lesbian activists.