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Schalet, Amy. 2020. "U.S. Teens Are Having Less Sex - but Stigmatizing Their Sexuality Does More Harm Than Good." NBC THINK. October 6. 

Badgett, M.V. Lee. 2020. The Economic Case for LGBT Equality: Why Fair and Equal Treatment Benefits Us All. Boston, MA: Beacon Press.

Badgett, M.V. Lee, Amanda Baumle, and Steven Boutcher. 2018. "Keep the Door to Challenging LGBT Discrimination Open.The Houston Chronicle. August 16.

Durso, Laura E. and M. V. Lee Badgett, 2016. “Policymakers Should Take Seriously the Need to Make All LGBT Stories Visible Through Data,” The Hill, Congress Blog. September 20.  

Graham, Louis. 2016. “Gains for the LGBT Community Must Include Gay People of Color.” The Valley Advocate. April 18. 

Badgett, M.V. Lee. 2015. “Same-Sex Marriage Will Fuel Economy,” Atlanta Journal-Constitution. July 22. 

Gubrium, Aline and Elizabeth Krause. 2015. “New Milwaukee Teen Pregnancy Prevention Campaign is Misguided, Cruel.” Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. January 22.

Gubrium, Aline and Elizabeth Krause. 2014. “Venezula’s Pregnant Mannequins are Nothing But a Shaming Tactic.” Huffington Post. April 24

Badgett, M.V. Lee. 2014. “The New Case for LGBT Rights: Economics,” Time, November 25; published also as “The Economic Case for Supporting LGBT Rights.” The Atlantic. November 29

Badgett, M.V. Lee. 2012. “What Obama Should Do About Workplace Discrimination.” New York Times. February 6. 

Schalet, Amy. 2012. “The New ABCDs of Talking about Sex to Teenagers.” Huffington Post. November 3.

Schalet, Amy. 2011. “The Sleepover Question.” New York Times. July 23, SR9.

Santelli, John S., and Amy T. Schalet. 2009. “A New Vision for Adolescent Sexual and Reproductive Health.” Ithaca, NY: ACT for Youth Center of Excellence.

Schalet, Amy. 2008. “A Question for Sarah Palin.” Washington Post. November 9, A21.

In appreciation of their generous support, the UMass Public Engagement Project would like to thank the Office of the ProvostUniversity Relations, and the Colleges of Natural SciencesSocial and Behavioral Sciences Humanities and Fine ArtsEngineeringPublic Health and Health Sciences, and Education.  The UMass Public Engagement Project also recognizes and appreciates in-kind contributions and collaborations with the Center for Research on Families and the Institute for Social Science Research