Pastrana, Antonio (Jay), Jr.  Accepted. “Being Out to Others: The Relative Importance of Family Support, Identity, and Religion for LGBT Latina/os.” Latino Studies.

Assari, Shervin. 2019. Education Attainment and Obesity:Differential Returns Based on Sexual Orientation. Behavioral Sciences. 9, 16.   doi:10.3390/bs9020016.

Shane A. Kavanaugh, Ashley B. Taylor, Greta L. Stuhlsatz, Tricia K. Neppl & Brenda J. Lohman (2019). Family and community support among sexual minorities of color: the role of sexual minority identity prominence and outness on psychological well-being, Journal of GLBT Family Studies. doi10.1080/1550428X.2019.1593279

Harris, Angelique, Juan Battle, and Antonio (Jay) Pastrana, Jr. 2018.  Queer People of Color: Connected But Not Comfortable. Boulder, CO:  Lynne Rienner.

Peterson, Robert & Juan Battle. 2018. “Conexión a la Comunidad: Latinx LGBT Feelings of Connectedness.”  Women, Gender, and Families of Color. 6(2): 202-225.

Battle, Juan, Robert Peterson, Nicole Lucas, and Sheldon Applewhite. 2018. “Their Own Received Them Not: Black LGBT Feelings of Connectedness.” Journal of Black Sexuality and Relationships. 4(2):45-72.

Samuel H. Allen & Leigh A. Leslie (2018) Considering the Role of Nativity in the Health and Psychological Wellbeing of Black LGBT Adults, Journal of Homosexuality, DOI: 10.1080/00918369.2018.1511134.

Battle, Juan, Antonio (Jay) Pastrana, and Angelique Harris. 2017. An Examination of Black LGBT Populations Across the United States. New York: Palgrave.

Battle, Juan, Antonio (Jay) Pastrana, and Angelique Harris. 2017. An Examination of Asian and Pacific Islander LGBT Populations Across the United States. New York: Palgrave.

Pastrana, Antonio (Jay), Juan Battle, and Angelique Harris. 2017. An Examination of Latinx LGBT Populations Across the United States. New York: Palgrave.

Swendener, Alexis and Brandi Woodell. 2017. “Predictors of Family Support and Well-Being Among Black and Latina/o Sexual Minorities.” Journal of GLBT Family Studies 13(4):357-379.

Battle, Juan, Angelique Harris, Vernisa Donaldson, and Omar Mushtaq. 2015. “Understanding Belonging in the Context of Sociopolitical Involvement among Asian and Pacific Islander American Lesbians and Bisexual women.” Women, Gender, and Families of Color3(2):209-226.

Ortiz, Kasim, Dustin Duncan, John Blosnich, Ramzi Salloum, and Juan Battle. 2015  “Smoking Among Sexual Minorities: Are The Racial Differences?” Nicotine & Tobacco Research.  doi: 10.1093/ntr/ntv001.

Battle, Juan, Jessie Daniels, and Antonio (Jay) Pastrana. 2015. Civic Engagement, Religion, and Health: Older Black Lesbians in the Social Justice Sexuality (SJS) Survey. Women, Gender, and Families of Color. 3(1): 19-35.

Battle, Juan & Antonio (Jay) Pastrana. 2015. Disrupting a narrative: Developing a new discourse of empowerment for LGBT people of color. In S.K. White, J.M. White, and K.O. Korgen (Eds.),Sociologists in Action: Race, Ethnicity, Gender and Class (pp. 113-117). Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications.

Johns, M. M., Soler, J., Shaw, M. P., & Conron, K. 2014. Intersectional wellness: The relationship of sexual identity, racial identity, and community participation to happiness.  American Public Health Association Meeting, New Orleans, LA.

Pastrana, Antonio (Jay), Jr. 2014. “It Takes a Family: An Examination of Outness among Black LGBT People in the U.S.” Journal of Family Issues [First published on April 17, 20140192513X14530971].

Turner, Carlene Buchanan, Antonio (Jay) Pastrana, Jr., and Juan Battle. 2014. From the Perspectives of Black LGBTs in the US: Medical Providers’ Comfort with Patients’ Sexuality. Journal of Black Sexuality and Relationships, 1(1): 45-64.

Battle, Juan & Alfred DeFreece. 2014. The Impact of Community Involvement, Religion, and Spirituality on Happiness and Health Among a National Sample of Black Lesbians. Women, Gender, and Families of Color, 2(1): 1-31.

Battle, Juan and Angelique Harris. 2013. “Connectedness and the Sociopolitical Involvement of Same-Gender Loving Black Men.” Men and Masculinities, 16(2): 257-264.

Battle, Juan & Angelique Harris. 2013. Belonging and Acceptance: Examining the Correlates of Sociopolitical Involvement Among Bisexual and Lesbian Latinas. Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services, 25(2), 141-157.

Harris, Angelique and Juan Battle. 2013. “Unpacking Civic Engagement: The Sociopolitical Involvement of Same Gender Loving Black Women.” Journal of Lesbian Studies. 17(2): 195-207.

Battle, Juan, Jessie Daniels, Antonio (Jay) Pastrana, Carlene Buchanan Turner, and Alexis Espinosa. “Never Too Old to Feel Good: Happiness and Health Among a National Sample of Older Black Gay Men.” Spectrum: Journal of Black Men. 2(1):1-18.

Harris, Angelique, Juan Battle, Antonio (Jay) Pastrana, Jr, and Jessie Daniels. 2013. “Examining the Sociopolitical Involvement of Black, Latino, and Asian/Pacific Islander American Same Gender Loving Men.” Journal of Men’s Studies. 21(3):236-254.   

Battle, Juan, Antonio (Jay) Pastrana, Jr., and Jessie Daniels. 2013. Social Justice Sexuality Survey: The Executive Summary for the Latina/oPopulation. New York, NY.

Battle, Juan, Antonio (Jay) Pastrana, Jr., and Jessie Daniels. 2013. Social Justice Sexuality Survey: The Executive Summary for the Asian/Pacific Islander Population. New York, NY.

Battle, Juan, Antonio (Jay) Pastrana, Jr., and Jessie Daniels. 2012. Social Justice Sexuality Survey: The Executive Summary for the Black Population. New York, NY.