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Gender Studies for Health Professionals

This guide is to assist you in researching topics related to gender, feminism and intersectionality.





This guide is to assist you in researching topics related to gender, feminism and intersectionality. Here you will find information about finding books, ebooks, journals, databases, videos, websites, and more about this topic.

Don’t forget to check out the related guides for similar topics and if you have any questions please don’t hesitate to contact me.

Thanks, and enjoy!

Please note you may find references to resources within this guide that are not in the current library collection. Items can be requested through the Library's Inter-Library Loan service. For more information about this service and to access a request form please see the Inter-Library Loan page. If you are having problems finding a resource, please do not hesitate to ASK US. 


Use the following keywords to get started searching this subject area:

  • Agender Bigender 
  • Androgyny
  • Anti-feminism
  • Bisexual
  • Body dysphoria
  • Cisgender 
  • Discrimination
  • Enby
  • Gay
  • Gender
  • Gender bias
  • Gender binary
  • Gender Expression
  • Gender fluid
  • Gender identity
  • Gender non-conforming
  • Gender normative
  • Gender normativity
  • Gender performativity
  • Gender presentation
  • Gender roles
  • Gender Variant
  • Gendered violence
  • Gender-neutral pronouns
  • Genderqueer
  • Human rights
  • Intersectionality
  • Intersex
  • Lesbian 
  • Misgender
  • Non-binary
  • Patriarchal
  • Post-feminism 
  • Queer
  • Sexual diversity
  • Sexual orientation
  • Skoliosexual
  • Stereotypes
  • Transgender
  • Transphobia
  • Two-spirited
  • Women's rights



We’re equally committed to fostering a safe campus environment by ensuring everyone has the chance to work, learn, and access services in an inclusive and welcoming manner.

The terms outlined in this guide are for navigating search tools that may be external to RRC and may use alternative terms that are not reflective of the values at Red River College. 

The acronym LGBTT* represents lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and two-spirit. The use of the asterisk (*) is to indicate other identities and sexualities since letters and words cannot fully represent the diversity in the LGBTT* community. RRC Diversity