LGBTQ+ Pride

We are celebrating Pride all year round by collecting the most relevant research into LGBTQ+ issues from across Springer Nature Humanities and Social Sciences (Springer & Palgrave). The aim of this research is to better understand and raise awareness that, in the end, might benefit the entire community. Scroll down to read insightful original articles from our authors and editors and explore over 50 articles & chapters (combined).

Happy Pride & stay safe!

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Author Insights

We've spoken to some of our authors, editors and contributors about their research, it's importance in addressing LGBTIQ+ equality, and the impact they hope it will have. Scroll down for articles and chapters picked by editors from Palgrave and Springer.

  • Rory Magrath

    Rory Magrath

    Tackling the ‘Toxicity’ of Sport in an Inclusive Society

  • Leo Wilton

    Leo Wilton

    The Editor writes about the importance of addressing psychosocial support and mental health needs for Black Queer Youth

  • Ketki Ranade

    Ketki Ranade

    Some thoughts on Lesbian and Gay Childhoods

  • Janice D. Yoder

    Janice D. Yoder

    The Editor-in-Chief on the misperceptions of sex harassment toward LGBTQ+ employees

  • Helen Bowes-Catton & Sakura Byrne

    Helen Bowes-Catton & Sakura Byrne

    The contributor and researcher explore changing attitudes to gender and sexuality

  • Luis Navarro-Ayala

    Luis Navarro-Ayala

    The author discusses LGBTIQ+ People of Color and Migrants

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