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Diversity Libguide

Resources for studying diversity topics at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

What does LGBTQIA mean?

LGBTQIA is one of several acronyms used to describe people who are not heterosexual and/or cisgender.

L=Lesbian
G=Gay
B=Bisexual 
T=Transgender
Q=Queer/Questioning
I=Intersex
A=Asexual/Aromantic/Allies

This is often shorted to LGBT, LGBTQ, or LGBTQ+. Some of the identities that are considered to be "under the LGBTQ+ umbrella" but not included in common acronyms are Agender, Nonbinary, Pansexual, and Two Spirit. Other acronyms that are sometimes used are QUILTBAG and GSRM (Gender, Sexual, and Romantic Minorities).

Library databases

Nebraska LGBTQ Resources

Websites

Books

This just a small fraction of our books! Search the library catalog for specific topics or titles.

Many books about sexuality and gender have call numbers beginning with HQ, which can be found on floors 1A and 2 in Love Library South.

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