Celebrate Pride Month with Taylor & Francis

Taylor & Francis invites you to celebrate Pride Month with us with a selection of curated content focused on gender studies and the LGBTQIA+ community.

In honour of Pride Month, we would like to highlight a selection of materials for institutions and academics to promote inclusivity, equality, and respect for members of the LGBTQIA+ community both in the academic workspace and spaces of higher education.

NEW: Advancing Transgender Pride & Empowerment | Chapter Sampler

In our newest chapter sampler, we have included various chapters from top titles that cover complex issues from transgender experience and identity to prohibitive and supportive politics, and more.

Pride Around the World | Chapter Sampler

We have curated chapters that discuss many aspects of life in the LGBTQ community. Ranging from the standpoint of a STEM academic, inclusion in sport in Europe to questioning who queer marketing is really for.

Issues Affecting Women and LGBTQ Students | Chapter Sampler

This Chapter Sampler features excerpts from books exploring the best ways to navigate issues affecting women and LGBTQ students.

LGBTQ+ Mental Health| Chapter Sampler

A chapter sampler for mental health professionals, including excerpts from books exploring behaviour therapy and guides to working with LGBTQ+ clients.

Check out our Gender Studies Collection

Discover a collection of eBooks on the subject of Gender Studies, including gender development, environment and gender, women’s suffrage, gender and the law, sexual & gender identity disorders, gender in culture and society, gender politics, and sport and gender.

Explore Open Access Titles

New Gender Titles from Routledge

Blog Articles

Embracing your Child’s Gender and Sexual Identity

Routledge author, therapist and physchologist Julie Tilsen gives us an insight on the parental loss narrative – and why we need to say good-bye to a parental response of grief and loss when their child comes out as queer or trans.

What’s The Real Meaning of Pride?

Matthew D. Skinta, author of Contextual Behavior Therapy for Sexual and Gender Minority Clients, explains the importance of participating in Pride events as a communal response to celebrate identity as well as protest the injustices still faced today.

LGBTQIA+ Resources from Routledge

Author Lucie Fielding Talks Trans Sex Clinical Approaches

Watch a conversation with Lucie Fielding, therapist, sex educator, and the author of ‘Trans Sex: Clinical Approaches to Trans Sexualities and Erotic Embodiments,’ which discusses the lack of trans and non-binary folx within mental health and why this is an issue.

Making Your Teaching Inclusive For LGBTQIA+ Students

This free on-demand webinar features two leading Routledge authors and experts in LGBTQIA+ teaching, Jen Gilbert and Devika Dibya Choudhuri.