Author Archives: peggychinn

About peggychinn

feminist, nurse activist, writer, editor of ANS Advances in Nursing Science, quilter, grandmother nurturing the future of the amazing children in my life.

Save the date – GLMA Nursing Summit, Wednesday, October 10, 2018

You are invited to participate in the GLMA Nursing Summit, which will take place prior to the GLMA Annual Conference on LGBT Health—the premier scientific conference on LGBTQ health. The Summit will be held at the Flamingo Hotel Las Vegas, located at … Continue reading

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Upcoming Events

We have received notice of notable events for from the Eastern Nursing Research Society (ENRS) LGBTQIA Research Interest Group (RIG) April 22- 24, 2018, SYNChronicity2018, (Washington, D. C.) The National Coalition for LGBT Health presents SYNChronicity 2018, a conference on … Continue reading

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LGBTQ individuals embark on important political careers in the U.S.

Recent  U.S. elections (state, regional and local) resulted in a record-breaking number of history-making results – women, people of color, and LGBTQ people winning in unlikely places!  Just a few days before these elections hardly anyone would have predicted the kinds of … Continue reading

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LGBTQ Communities – Open Enrollment for the ACA Underway

Today is the start of open enrollment for the Affordable Care Act coverage for medical care in the U.S., and in the face of so many things happening in our country to roll back protections and rights for our LGBTQ … Continue reading

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Alphabet soup, anyone?

As much progress as we, as a western society, have made in understanding gender and sexuality, the fact remains that these complex constructs still perplex even the most informed among us! This is brought to the surface in a vivid … Continue reading

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