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"A world where they belonged": Queer women's use of a Dungeons & Dragons game to experiment with, express, and explore identity
"All the girls are white, all the Blacks are male": experiences of young Black women on the East Coast
"All this has happened before, and all of it will happen again" : reproduction, race, and violence in Battlestar Galactica
"But some of us are [still] brave": The experiences of Black women engaging in graduate women's studies
"Comrades in the struggle" : a qualitative exploration into the lives of men who participate in LGBTQ activism programs
"Do you feel like a woman or do you feel like a drag queen" A queer linguistic analysis of drag queen speech
"Guttural German: Herbert Marcuse, the media, and student radicalism in San Diego during the 1960s
"Have a drink, you'll feel better." Predictors of daily alcohol consumption among extraverts: The mediational role of coping
"His ghostly solitude": Terror management theory and the thought and art of W. B. Yeats
"How has the security landscape changed in the last ten years with the rise of social media influencers"
"I can see Russia from my house": Tina Fey's impersonation of Sarah Palin as a template for media coverage in the 2008 presidential election
"I definitely did not report it when I was raped...#WeBelieveChrsitine #MeToo": A content of analysis of disclosures of sexual assault on Twitter
"Ma luoy man me":  Reproductive health and family planning in Siquijor, Siquijor, Philippines
"Man in the Box": Expressions of masculinity and mental health in the 1990's grunge music
"Middle" Cretaceous metasedimentary rocks of La Olvidada northeastern Baja California, Mexico
"Military brats" to college grads: Examining adaptation process of military adult children in higher education
"My childhood ended with my mom's incarceration": Adolescent children of incarcerated parents
"My most authentic self": Creating visibility and understanding of pansexuality through stories of identity formation
"Never Give Up"
"Nothing is impossible to a determined woman": Louisa May Alcott and nineteenth-century gender roles

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