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- Bowen, Caroline (2002). "Beyond Lisping: Code Switching and Gay Speech Styles". Consult. January 19, 2011.
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-  Examples of LGBT writing in which "gay lisp" used as a general term for the sound of gay male speech [ligação inativa]
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- Renn, Peter. "Subtypes of Male Homosexuality: Speech, male sexual orientation, and childhood gender nonconformity"".
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- Crocker, L., & Munson, B. (2006). Speech Characteristics of Gender-Nonconforming Boys. Oral Presentation given at the Conference on New Ways of Analyzing Variation in Language, Columbus, OH.
- Mack, S., & Munson, B. (2008). Implicit Processing, Social Stereotypes, and the 'Gay Lisp'. Oral presentation given at the annual meeting of the Linguistic Society of America, Chicago, IL.
- Munson, B., & Zimmerman, L.J. (2006a). The Perception of Sexual Orientation, Masculinity, and Femininity in Formant-Resynthesized Speech. Oral Presentation given at the Conference on New Ways of Analyzing Variation in Language, Columbus, OH.