Stormé DeLarverie is by far one of the most interesting individuals you will ever read about. DeLarverie's intersecting identities offer the reader insight as well as life lessons for how to live a life based on belonging and caring. The book is in the form of historical fiction based on as much existing information as possible.
From the personal collection of Stormé DeLarverie. Photographer unknown. Stormé's personal photos, as well as papers and other items are in the Stormé DeLarverie Collection at the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture.
Selected Publications: Peer Reviewed Journal Articles, Chapters, and Edited Books
Chapters, Journals, & Articles
Burnes, T. R. & Stanley, J. L. (Eds.). (2017). Teaching LGBTQ Psychology: Queering Innovative Pedagogy and Practice. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association. ISBN: 978-1-4338-2651-1.
Chapter 1: Introduction (Burnes, T. R., & Stanley, J. L.)
Chapter 2: Teaching the History of LGBTQ Psychology (Stanley, J. L., Burnes, T. R.,
& Weinstock, J. S)
Chapter 4: Teaching Ethics in Relation to LGBTQ Issues (Stanley, J. L.)
Stanley, J. L. (2020). The papercut activity: Understanding the subtle and ongoing impact of microaggressions. In Whitman, J. & Boyd, C. (Eds.), The Therapist's Notebook for Sexual and Gender Identity Diverse Clients (2nd Edition). Haworth Press.
Slesaransky-Poe, G., Ruzzi, L., DiMedio, C. & Stanley, J. (2019). Is This the Right Elementary School for My Gender-Nonconforming Child? In K. Safford & L. Chamberlain, (Eds.), Learning and Teaching Around the World Comparative and International Studies in Primary Education (pp. 111-119). New York, NY: Routledge.
Stanley, J. L. (2018). Peer consultation groups in private practice: Ethical issues & cultural considerations. In Burnes, T. R., & Manese, J. E. (Eds.), Cases in Multicultural Clinical Supervision: Models, Lenses, and Applications. San Diego, CA: Cognella Publishing.
Stanley, J. L. (2012). Clinical considerations when working with lesbian clients. The Pennsylvania Psychologist Quarterly, 72(6), 11-13.
Stanley, J. L. (2004). Biracial lesbian and bisexual women: Understanding the unique aspects and interactional processes of multiple minority identities. Women and Therapy, Vol. 27 (1-2).
Stanley, J. L. (2003). An applied collaborative training program for graduate students in community psychology: A case study of a community project working with lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning youth. American Journal of Community Psychology.
Stanley, J. L. (2002). Young sexual minority women’s perceptions on cross-generational friendships with lesbians. Journal of Lesbian Studies, Vol. 6 (1) and the book | Lesbian Love and Relationships, S. Rose (Ed).
Palma, T. & Stanley, J. L. (2002). Clinical issues in working with sexual minority clients. Journal of College Counseling.
Stanley, J. L. (1996). The lesbian’s experience of friendship. In J. S. Weinstock & E. D. Rothblum (Eds.), Lesbian friendships: For ourselves and each other, (pp. 39-59). New York: New York University Press.
Stanley, J. L. (1993). The partnered lesbian and her friends: The impact of friendship on self-esteem and relationship satisfaction. Doctoral dissertation, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia. Committee Chair: Robert Boruch, Ph.D.