Sexual Minorities in Sports: Prejudice at PlayMelanie L. Sartore-Baldwin, editor
What does it mean to be gay, lesbian—or anyone else considered a sexual "other"—in the arena of competitive sports? With what consequences? The authors of Sexual Minorities in Sports shed light on the dynamics of sexual prejudice in venues ranging from high school athletics to the Olympics and the major leagues. Case studies of the experiences of LGBT athletes, coaches, and administrators also take account of the important role of race.
Empirically rich and full of theoretical insights, the book concludes by pinpointing opportunities for confronting prejudice and empowering individuals across the lines of both gender and sexual orientation.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Melanie L. Sartore-Baldwin is assistant professor of kinesiology at East Carolina University.
- Gender, Sexuality, and Prejudice in Sport—M.L. Sartore-Baldwin.
- Women and the Lesbian Stigma—E.N. Melton.
- Men, Masculinities, and Sexualities—E. Anderson, M. McCormack, and M. Ripley.
- Transexual and Intersex Athletes—E.E. Buzuvis.
- Taking Account of Race—N. Walker.
- The Gay Games—C. Symons.
- Reducing Sexual Prejudice—G.B. Cunningham.
- What's Next?—M.L. Sartore-Baldwin.