GLHV online resource library

The GLHV online library has extensive information about GLBTI health and associated subjects. Content is classified by subject area and target audience. If you can't find the item you're looking for, there is also a full-text search option.

To find an item in the library enter search terms in the fields below. Alternatively, use the Resource Navigator at the top right of the page to find the content you need.

Is Your "T" Written in Disappearing Ink?

Fact sheet

A Checklist for Transgender Inclusion ( Glendale, Wisc.: Transgender Aging Network, 2001); 4 pages. (pdf)

Gender Variance: A Primer

Consumer material

Basic tips for health care and social service providers for working with transgendered people.

Lesbian Health Information (USA)

Website link

This website is hosted by the Lesbian Health Research Center at the University of California, San Francisco.

Breacan - Breast Cancer Support

Website link

Women's Health Victoria's BreaCan service is currently supporting lesbian women diagnosed with breast cancer and they have been seeking out some specific resources on the issues surrounding breast cancer for lesbian women.

Getting the best from your GP - Dr. Ruth McNair, Dykonoclast magazine

Consumer material

An article aimed at lesbians on how to find a doctor who is best for your needs.

Women's Health Victoria Clearinghouse

Website link

Women's Health Victoria Clearinghouse - offers a range of health information for women.

You don't have to tell us if you're gay or lesbian. But you can.

Poster

A poster created by GLHV for use in health service provider settings.

References cited in the article "Bisexuality and Health Psychology – Strange Bedfellows?"

Bibliography

This is a list of citations from the article "Bisexuality and Health Psychology – Strange Bedfellows?" published in Health Psychology Update, Vol. 14, Issue 2, 2005

A SIECUS (Sexuality Information and Education Council of the Untied States) Annotated Bibliography (pdf)

Bibliography

This annotated bibliography presents a cross section of resources on lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender sexuality and related issues, with a US focus.