Gayle Pitman is an award-winning author and founder of Active Voice Press. She is a Professor of Psychology and Women's Studies at Sacramento City College. She developed and currently teaches a class called "Psychology of Sexual Orientation," which is the only class of its kind to be offered within the California Community College system. She has written extensively on topics pertaining to sexuality, gender, and intersectionality. In addition to numerous journal articles and academic papers, Gayle is a contributor to two edited books, Lesbians, Levis, and Lipstick: The Meaning of Beauty in Our Lives, and Funding Lesbian Activism.
Gayle has presented throughout the United States on topics pertaining to gender and sexual orientation, LGBTQ psychological research, heterosexism and homo/bi/transphobia, and LGBTQ campus climate issues. If you would like to request a speaking engagement or book talk and signing, please send an e-mail message to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sarah-Michael Gaston is an editorial intern with Active Voice Press. Currently she is a student at Sacramento City College and is pursuing a psychology degree. She supports the equality of LGBT people and has taken Professor Pitman's Psychology of Sexual Orientation class. She absolutely loves her work at Active Voice Press.
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