Reference List

As promised, I’ve pasted the reference list utilized for my paper below. I don’t believe the links will work as most of the journal articles were accessed via the student library at school, but maybe the titles can be found elsewhere online or via your local library. The list in total was 2.5 pages typed and double-spaced. There’s more out there, I’m sure and I’m excited based on what is being researched to see what more comes out in the next decade. Also, the list is from a rough-draft of my paper due – I expect there are likely edits to come in how it’s formatted. APA is one of the most annoying, tedious processes I’ve ever had to learn.


Alegría, C. A. (2010).  Relationship challenges and relationship maintenance activities following disclosure of transsexualism.  Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing17(10), 909–916.  doi:

Austin, A.  (2018).  Practice with transgender and gender-nonconforming clients.  In Denato, M. (Ed.), Social work practice in the LGBTQ community (pp. 333-350).  New York, NY: Oxford University Press.

Argüello, M.  (2018).  Identity development.  In Denato, M. (Ed.), Social work practice in the LGBTQ community (pp. 71-96). New York, NY: Oxford University Press.

Biblarz, T. J., & Savci, E. (2010). Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender families. Journal of Marriage and Family72(3), 480–497.  doi:

Chester, K., Lyons, A., & Hopner, V.  (2017).  ‘Part of me already knew’: The experiences of partners of people going through a gender transition process.  Culture, Health & Sexuality, 19(12), pp. 1404-1417.  doi:10.1080/13691058.2017.1317109

Galupo, M. P., Henise, S. B., & Mercer, N. L.  (2016).  “The labels don’t work very well”: Transgender individuals’ conceptualizations of sexual orientation and sexual identity. International Journal of Transgenderism17(2), 93–104.

Human Rights Campaign.  (2016, March).  HRC National Survey of Likely Voters.  Retrieved from:

Giammattei, S. V. (2015).  Beyond the binary: Trans-negotiations in couple and family therapy.  Family Process54(3), pp. 418–434.

Iantaffi, A., & Bockting, W.  (2011).  Views from both sides of the bridge?: Gender, sexual legitimacy and transgender people’s experiences of relationships.  Culture, Health & Sexuality, V. 13, No. 3 (2011), pp. 355-370.

James, S. E., Herman, J. L., Rankin, S., Keisling, M., Mottet, L., & Anafi, M.  (2016).  The Report of the 2015 U.S. Transgender Survey. Washington, DC: National Center for Transgender Equality.  Retrieved from

Platt, L. F. (2018).  An exploratory study of predictors of relationship commitment for cisgender female partners of transgender individuals.  Family Process.  doi:

Pulice-Farrow, L., Bravo, A., & Galupo, M. (2019). “your gender is valid”: Microaffirmations in the romantic relationships of transgender individuals. Journal of LGBT Issues in Counseling, 13(1), 45-66.  doi:10.1080/15538605.2019.1565799

Russell, E. & Viggiana, P.  (2018).  Understanding differences and definitions: From oppression to sexual health and practice.  In Denato, M. (Ed.), Social work practice in the LGBTQ community (pp. 26-48). New York, NY: Oxford University Press.

Samons, S. L. (2009).  Can this marriage be saved? Addressing male-to-female transgender issues in couples therapy.  Sexual and Relationship Therapy24(2), 152–162.  doi:

Smith, M., Argüello, T. & Dentato, M.  (2018).  The coming out process.  In Denato, M. (Ed.), Social work practice in the LGBTQ community (pp. 97-117). New York, NY: Oxford University Press.

Theron, L., & Collier, K. L.  (2013).  Experiences of female partners of masculine-identifying trans persons.  Culture, Health & Sexuality15(Suppl 1), S62–S75.  doi:


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