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Editorial: Lesbian and gay psychology in Australia in 2005, Damien W. Riggs.
Telling stories: Women’s accounts of identifying as lesbians, Jane Edwards.
Pink, lavender and grey: Gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender and intersex ageing in Australian gerontology, JHarrison.
Language potentials and gender ambiguity: Transgenderism and social work, Jasmin K. Miller.
The importance of out-group acceptance in addition to in-group support in predicting the well-being of same-sex attracted youth, Sharon Dane.

Gay & Lesbian Issues and Psychology Review, Volume 1, No. 2, August 2005.
Editorial: Psychology and same-sex attraction: 30 years on, Damien W. Riggs.
Same-sex marriage and equality, Sue Wilkinson & Celia Kitzinger.
Who is influencing whom? The relationship between identity, sexual orientation and indigenous psychologies, Vivienne Cass.
Psyched in: Psychology, psychiatry and homosexuality in Australia, Graham Willett.
Towards a principled exposure of sexuality, Baden Offord.

Gay and Lesbian Issues and Psychology Review, Volume 1 No. 3, December 2005.
Guest Editorial: Diversity within diversity: Health in Difference 5 Conference, Sue Dyson and Christopher Fox.
Beyond crisis: Exploring models of service delivery for young queers, Stephen Scott and Ben Bavinton.
Pronouncing the silent ‘B’ (in GLBTTIQ), Mary Heath.
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2. Changes and Challenges: Ethnography, Homosexuality, and HIV Prevention Work in Guadalajara (Héctor Carrillo, San Francisco State University). 
3. Going Home Ain’t Always Easy: Ethnography and the Politics of Black Responsibility (E. Patrick Johnson, Northwestern University). 
Part II. Sexual Sameness is not a Self-Evident Terrain. 
4. The Personal Isn’t Always Political (Karen Brodkin, University of California, Los Angeles). 
5. Who’s Gay? What’s Gay?: Dilemmas of Identity Among Gay Fathers (Ellen Lewin, University of Iowa). 
6. A Queer Situation: Poverty, Prisons, and Performances of Infidelity and Instability in the New Orleans Lesbian Anthem (Natasha Sandraya Wilson, University of Iowa). 
Part III. Unpacking the Engagements between Sexuality and Broader Ideological Positions. 
7. Tuskegee on the “Down Low”: A Bioculturalist Brings the Past into the Present (Rachel Watkins, American University). 
8. Back and Forth to the Land: Negotiating Rural and Urban Sexuality Among the Radical Faeries (Scott Morgensen, Macalaster College). 
9. The Power of Stealth: (In)Visible Sites of Female-to-Male Transsexual Resistance (Elijah Adiv Edelman, American University). 
10. Rumsfeld!: Consensual BDSM and “Sadomasochistic Torture” at Abu Ghraib (Margot Weiss, Wesleyan University). 
11. Professional Baseball, Urban Restructuring and (Changing) Gay Geographies in Washington DC (William L. Leap, American University). 
Part IV. International and Local Formations of Same-Sex and Transgender Identities. 
12. Public Sex: The Geography of Female Homoeroticism and the (In)Visibility of Female Sexualities (Megan Sinnott, Georgia State University). 
13. Neither in the Closet nor on the Balcony: Private Lives and Public Activism in Nicaragua (Florence Babb, University of Florida). 
14. Life Lube: Discursive Spheres of Sexuality, Science, and AIDS (Harris Solomon, Brown University). 
15. Man Marries Man in Nigeria? (Rudolf Gaudio, State University of New York College, Purchase) 
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17. Turning the Lion City Pink?: Interrogating Singapore’s Gay Civil Servant Statement (Chris Tan, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign). 
18. The Marriage between Kinship and Sexuality in New Mexico’s Domestic Partnership Debate (Lavinia Nicolae, University of New Mexico). 

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