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The Gender, Sexuality, & Gender browsing collection contains nonfiction and fiction including literary works. It primarily covers sexual minorities and current works on gender and identity from the library's larger collection HQ collections on part of section 12 and an entire side of section 13. The collection also contains memoirs, fiction, graphic novels, children's books, and personal narratives.   It is refreshed with new and requested works from time to time.  This collection does not contain all of the library's print collection on these topics. Use the Library catalog to search for other resources.  See also the library's vast collections of eBooks and databases

Located in Row 28 facing the windows. 

Suggestions for the library's collections can be made here

 

TITLES IN THE BROWSING COLLECTION

Subjects and LC Sections

Library of Congress Subject Headings

 

Asexual People
Asexuality 

Cross-dressing
Transvestism 

Family
Bisexual parents
Lesbian mothers
Gay Fathers

Feminism
Feminist Criticism
     Beauty 
     Self-esteem in Women
Feminist Theory

Gays
Gay Liberation Movement
Gay Rights

Gender
Gender Identity
Gender Nonconforming People

Homophobia
Homosexuality

Intersectionality

Lesbians

Patriarchy

Queer
Queer Theory

Sex Differences
Sexual Minorities

Sex Role

Sexual Division of Labor

Transphobia
Transgender People

Women -- Identity
Women's Rights

 

LIBRARY OF CONGRESS CLASSIFICATION OUTLINE 
CLASS H - SOCIAL SCIENCES 

Subclass HQ The family. Marriage. Women 

 

Subclass HQ  

HQ1-2044 The Family. Marriage. Women 
HQ12-449 Sexual life 

HQ19-30.7 Sexual behavior and attitudes. Sexuality 

HQ 21 Asexuality, Asexual People 

HQ31-64 Sex instruction and sexual ethics

HQ71-72 Sexual deviations 

HQ74-74.2 Bisexuality 

HQ75-76.8 Homosexuality. Lesbianism
HQ77-77.2 Transvestism, 
Cross-dressing
 
HQ77.7-77.95 Transexualism 
HQ79 Sadism. Masochism. Fetishism, etc.
HQ101-440.7 Prostitution 

HQ447 Masturbation 

HQ449 Emasculation. Eunuchs, etc.
HQ450-472 Erotica 

HQ503-1064 The family. Marriage. Home 

HQ750-755.5 Eugenics 

HQ755.7-759.92 Parents. Parenthood 

Including parent and child, husbands, 
fathers, wives, mothers  
HQ760-767.7 Family size  |
HQ767.8-792.2 Children. Child development  Including child rearing, child life,  play, socialization, children's rights  
HQ793-799.2 Youth. Adolescents. Teenagers 
HQ799.5-799.9 Young men and women  

HQ799.95-799.97 Adulthood  

HQ800-800.4 Single people  

HQ801-801.83 Man-woman relationships. Courtship. Dating
HQ802 Matrimonial bureaus. Marriage brokerage
HQ802.5 Matrimonial advertisements 
HQ803 Temporary marriage. Trial marriage.  Companionate marriage  

HQ804 Breach of promise  

HQ805 Desertion  

HQ806 Adultery  

HQ811-960.7 Divorce  

HQ961-967 Free love  

HQ981-996 Polygamy  

HQ997 Polyandry  

HQ998-999 Illegitimacy. Unmarried mothers 
HQ1001-1006 The state and marriage  

HQ1051-1057 The church and marriage  

HQ1058-1058.5 Widows and widowers. Widowhood 
HQ1060-1064 Aged. Gerontology (Social aspects).  Retirement  

HQ1073-1073.5 Thanatology. Death. Dying  

HQ1075-1075.5 Sex role  

HQ1088-1090.7 Men  

HQ1101-2030.7 Women. Feminism 

HQ2035-2039 Life skills. Coping skills. Everyday living  skills  

HQ2042-2044 Life style 

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