Additional Facts and Noteworthy Information from Articles:
The Chojnacki and Goldberg (1994) article lists the following as possible references for gathering career information:
Gay Teacher's Association
High Tech Gays
GayYellow Pages


The Chomp and Strom (2008) article provided the following as resources:
The National Center for Transgender Equality (www.nctequality.org)
Equality California (www.eqca.org)
The Transgender Law Center (www.transgenderlawcenter.org)
The National Center for Lesbian Rights (www.nclrights.org)



Human Rights Campaign http://www.hrc.org/issues/workplace.asp page on workplace discrimination

http://students.asu.edu/career/development Career Development page from Arizona State Univ

Lesbian, gay, and transgendered individuals often limit their career choices according to occupation stereotypes. For example, a gay man may believe he can only choose to be a hairdresser, flight attendant, or interior designer. They limit their options because the stereotypical occupations are often safe (Pope et al., 2004).