Hi Everyone, here are my 10 additional sources for further reading based on Eve Sedgwick’s “How to Bring Your Kids Up Gay”.
OTHER WORKS BY SEDGWICK:
Sedgwick, Eve Kosofsky. Epistemology of the Closet. 1991. University of California Press,
Sedgwick, Eve Kosofsky. Between Men: English Literature and Male Homosocial Desire. 1985. Columbia University Press, 2015.
ON SEDGWICK’S LEGACY:
Mills, Robert. “How to Bring Your Kids Up Gay: The War on Effeminate Boys” http://evekosofskysedgwick.net/conferences/T20-RM.html
IDEAS PRESENTED IN HOW TO BRING YOUR KIDS UP GAY:
Freud, Sigmund. [A Letter from Freud (to a Mother of a Homosexual)]. 12 Dec. 1949.
“The Lies and Dangers of Efforts to Change Sexual Orientation or Gender Identity” Human
Rights Campaign. https://www.hrc.org/resources/the-lies-and-dangers-of-reparative-
Parekh, Ranna. “What is Gender Dysphoria?” American Psychiatry Association, Feb. 2016.
QUEER YOUNG ADULT LITERATURE SOURCES:
Blackburn, Mollie V., Caroline T. Clark, and Emily A. Nemeth. “Examining Queer
Elements and Ideologies in LGBT-Themed Literature: What Queer Literature Can Offer Young Adult Readers.” Journal of Literacy Research, vol. 4, no. 1, 2015, pp. 11-48
Levithan, David. “Boy Meets Boy, Ten Years Later.” Out, 4 Apr. 2013,
Lo, Melinda. “LGBTQ YA by the Numbers: 2015-16.” Melinda Lo, 12 Oct. 2017,
Waters, Michael. “A Brief History of Queer Young Adult Literature.” The Establishment, 3 Aug.
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