Same-sex domestic violence : strategies for change / Beth Leventhal, Sandra E. Lundy, editors.

"After years of willful or negligent silence, the gay/lesbian/bisexual communities, the battered women's communities, academicians, and even portions of the general public are beginning to realize that same-sex domestic violence is a serious social and public health issue." "Same...

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Other Authors: Lundy, Sandra E., Leventhal, Beth.
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Language:English
Published: Thousand Oaks, Calif. : Sage Publications, ©1999.
Series:Sage series on violence against women.
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505 0 0 |t Introduction /  |r Sandra E. Lundy, Beth Leventhal --  |t Prologue: Hearing the Problem --  |t Sharing My Story /  |r KJ --  |t Rape /  |r Patrick Letellier --  |t Personal Story /  |r Curt Rogers --  |t Legal Perspectives --  |t Twice Abused: Same-Sex Domestic Violence and the Law /  |r Evan Fray-Witzer --  |t Equal Protection/Equal Safety: Representing Victims of Same-Sex Partner Abuse in Court /  |r Sandra E. Lundy --  |t Creating Courtroom Accessibility /  |r Andrea Cabral, Diane Coffey --  |t Organizing Coalitions/Building Communities --  |t History, Culture, and Identity: What Makes GLBT Battering Different /  |r Charlene Allen, Beth Leventhal --  |t Lesbians Organizing Lesbians Against Battering /  |r Ann Russo --  |t HIV and Same-Sex Domestic Violence /  |r Bea Hanson, Terry Maroney --  |t Six Steps: Organizing Support Services and Safe-Home Networks for Battered Gay Men /  |r Curt Rogers --  |t Lesbians and Bisexual Women Working Cooperatively to End Domestic Violence /  |r Beth Crane, Jeannie LaFrance, Gillian Leichtling, Brooks Nelson, Erika Silver --  |t Coalition Building 'Til It Hurts: Creating Safety Around S/M and Battering /  |r Jennifer Margulies --  |t Woman-to-Woman Battering on College Campuses /  |r Tonja Santos --  |t Domestic Violence Among Same-Sex Partners in the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender Communities in Puerto Rico: Approaching the Issue /  |r Jose Toro-Alfonso --  |t A "New Kind" of Battered Woman: Challenges for the Movement /  |r Martha Lucia Garcia --  |t Battered Bisexual Women /  |r Sarah Sulis --  |t Providing Services --  |t An Argument for Separate Services /  |r Jennifer Grant, Bisexual Women. 
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