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Nicola Brown

Psychology

Experience in LGBT2SQ research

My doctoral research examined the relational experiences of queer women partnered with transsexual men. Among the findings were the ways in which systemic transphobia added to relational stress.

Interest in LGBT2SQ research

My doctoral research examined the relational experiences of queer women partnered with transsexual men. Among the findings were the ways in which systemic transphobia added to relational stress.

Published Work

  • (in press). "I'm in transition too": Sexual identity renegotiation in sexual-minority women's relationships with transsexual men. International Journal of Sexual Health, 21
  • (2008). Families in TRANSition: A Resource guide for parents of trans youth. Toronto: Central Toronto Youth Services.
  • (2007). "˜Stories from outside the frame: Intimate partner abuse in sexual-minority women's relationships with transsexual men' Feminism & Psychology, 17, 373-393.
  • (2006). Couples in transition: Queer women partners of female-to-male transsexuals. Doctoral dissertation, York University.
  • Youth-Gender Action Project (Y-GAP)
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