To expand our virtual library with more current topics, we have created a collection of LGBT books in PDF format. This is an absolutely current topic that we know will be well received by our reading community.
The struggles of social groups to eradicate behaviors that harm social coexistence will always have relevance in the issues of the community. That is why we hope that our LGBT books will be well received by the public.
LGBT stands for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender, and is therefore the identity of the movement that fights for non-discrimination and social justice for minorities with sexual preferences different from heterosexuality.
Since June 28, 1969, Gay Pride has been celebrated every year in this month. On that day there was an event that marked the struggle for the rights of the LGBT community, a police raid on the Stonewall bar, which was very popular among homosexuals and where the sale of alcoholic beverages was prohibited.
The rebellion against this raid became a historic event, represented by the courage of these people who dared to raise their voices. Since then, LGBT has been synonymous with struggle, political activism and the conquest of fundamental rights such as the right to be treated with social and legal equality.
Another aspect that this movement aims to combat is the homophobic violence they have had to face for years just because of their sexual and/or gender choice. This is perhaps one of the consequences of discrimination that exposes the physical integrity and dignity of the LGBT community to great danger.
Discover more fundamental elements of this phenomenon that every day reaches more visibility in the global society by consulting our more than 20 LGBT books in PDF format. These titles are available for free download on your various electronic devices.
Here we present our complete selection of LGBT Books:
1) Top Health Issues for LGBT Populations Information & Resource Kit
The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services AdministrationSource: The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
2) Professionally speaking: Challenges to Achieving Equality for LGBT People
European Union Agency for Fundamental RightsSource: European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights
3) Social exclusion of young lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people in Europe
Judit TakácsSource: Salto Youth
5) Sport, Physical Activity & LGBT
Louise Englefield, Di Cunningham, Ali MahoneySource: Amazon AWS
6) The Safe Space Kit: Guide to Being an Ally to LGBT Students
Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education NetworkSource: US Department of Education
7) How Might Legal Recognition of Same-Sex Marriage Affect Retirement Incomes and Federal Programs?
Karen E. Smith, Stephen Rose, Damir CosicSource: The Urban Newtown, Sídney
8) The Thoughtful Voter’s Guide toSame-Sex Marriage
David MorrisSource: Institute for Local Self-Reliance
12) LGBT in Britain - Home and Communities
Chaka L. Bachmann, Becca GoochSource: Stonewall
13) Marriage and Family: LGBT Individuals and Same-Sex Couples
Gary J. GatesSource: US Department of Education
14) Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) health services in the United States: Origins, evolution, and contemporary landscape
Alexander J. Martos, Patrick A. Wilson y Ilan H. MeyeSource: IssueLab
15) The Intersectionality of Flags, Religion, and the Gay Pride Movement
Amy LangstonSource: Nava.org
17) Working With Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Questioning (LGBTQ) Families in Foster Care and Adoption
Children’s BureauSource: Child Welfare Information Gateway
18) Gay and Lesbian Adoptive Parents: Resources for Professionals and Parents
NaicSource: Child Welfare Information Gateway
19) Age Differences in LGBT Attitudes Toward Marriage Equality
Elaine M. Maccio, Sara Mateer DeRosa, Scott E. WilksSource: Open Access Journals at IUPUI
21) Perspectives on Equity in LGBTQ Adoption (Article)
Rachel AlbertSource: Jewish Family & Children's Service
22) Why is same-sex marriage important? (Article)
Equality NetworkSource: Equality Network
23) Talking About LGBT People & Equality (Article)
Movement Advancement ProjectSource: Movement Advancement Project
24) LGBTQ + Pride Month (Article)
University of California, San FranciscoSource: University of California, San Francisco
Here ends our selection of free LGBT books in PDF format. We hope you liked it and already have your next book!
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