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Alexander, Jonathan. (1997). "Out of the closet and into the network: Sexual orientation and the computerized classroom."  Computers and Composition, 14 (2), 207-216. Retrieved 30 May 2004 from

Bagwell, Jennifer (2002, January 23). "Drag Kings: Sometimes the Best Men are Women." MetroTimes Retrieved 30 May 2004 from

Bronski, Michael (1998). The Pleasure Principle: Sex, Backlash, and the Struggle for Gay Freedom. New York: St. Martinís Press.

De Castell, Suzanne and Mary Bryson (1998). "Queer Ethnography: Identity, authority, narrativity, and a geopolitics of text." In J. Ristock & C. Taylor (Eds.), Inside the Academy and Out:  Lesbian/Gay/Queer Studies and Social Action (pp. 97-110). Toronto: Univ. of Toronto Press.

Ekins, Richard and King, Dave. (2001). "Tales of the unexpected: Exploring transgender diversity through personal narrative." In Tarquam McKenna and Felicity Haynes (Eds.), Unseen Genders:  Beyond the Binaries (pp. 123-142). New York: Peter Lang.

Hasten, Lauren W. (2002). Gender Pretenders: A Drag King Ethnography." M.A. Thesis. Retrieved 30 May 2003 from

Hubum, Melinda (2002) . "Performing Masculinities: Take A Chance On Gender." Senior Thesis.  Retrieved 30 May 2004 from 4403/thesis.html

Namaste, Viviane K. (2000). Invisible Lives: The Erasure of Transsexual and Transgendered People. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Plummer, Ken (1995).  Telling sexual stories:  Power, change, and social worlds. London: Routledge.

Taormino, Tristan (2001, Nov. 21-27). "Drag Kings Make Me Wet."  The Village Voice Retrieved 30 May 2004 from

Wright, Janet. (1993). "Lesbian instructor comes out: The personal is the pedagogy." Feminist Teacher, 7(2), 26-33.

Yescavage, Karen and Alexander, Jonathan. (1997). "The pedagogy of marking: Addressing sexual orientation in the classroom."  Feminist Teacher, 11 (2), 113-122.