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References for this Section

1. And then Came Lola. Dir. Ellen Seidler and Megan Siler. 2009. Film.

2. Francis, Margot. “The Lesbian National Parks and Servies: Reading Sex, Race, and the Nation in Artistic Performance.” Canadian Women’s Studies, 20. 2 (2000): 131-136.

3. Hollinger, Karen. “Theorizing Mainstream Female Spectatorship: The Case of the Popular Lesbian Film.” Cinema Journal 37. 2 (1998): 3-17.

4. Run Lola Run. Dir. Tom Tykwer. 1998. Film.

5. Whalen, Tom. “Reviews: Run Lola Run.” Film Quarterly, 53. 3 (2000): 33-40.

6. Blackburn, Mollie. 2007. The experiencing, negotiation, breaking, and remaking of gender rules and regulation by queer youth. Journal of Gay & Lesbian Issues 4.2: 33-54.

7. Gutierrez, Nova. 2004. Visions of community for GLBT youth: Resisting fragmentation, living whole: Four female transgender students of color speak about school. In Gender, Sex & Sexuality. A. Ferber, et. al., eds. New York: Harrington Park Press, 463-469.

8. Namaste, Viviane. 2005. Sex Change, Social Change: Reflections on Identity, Institutions, and Imperialism. Toronto: Women’s Press.

9. Noble, Jean Bobby. 2006. Sons of the Movement. Toronto: Women’s Press.

10. Peters, Julie Anne. 2007. Luna. New York: Megan Tingley Books.

11. Fries, Kenny. "The Imperfections of Beauty: On Being Gay and Disabled." Looking Queer: Body Image and Identity in Lesbian, Bisexual, Gay and Transgender Communities. Ed. Dawn Atkins. New York: Harrington Park/Haworth, 1998. 315-22.

12. Rochlin, Martin. "Heterosexism in Research: The Heterosexual Questionnaire." Gender, Sex, & Sexuality. Ed. Abby Ferber. New York: Oxford UP, 2009. 299-300.

13. Whittall, Zoe. Bottle Rocket Hearts. 2nd ed. Toronto: Cormorant, 2009.