Adam M. Messinger is Associate Professor of Justice Studies and Women's & Gender Studies at Northeastern Illinois University.
"The author brings to light an often-overlooked problem and offers practical suggestions for increasing protections and improving service provision for LGBTQ people who are victimized by intimate partners... compelling." - American Society of Criminology, Division on Women and Crime
"An insightful and detailed discussion of the institutional and legal obstacles to the integration of LGBTQ individuals into U.S. society, and how that impacts LGBTQ intimate partner abuse." - PsycCRITIQUES
"Messinger provides a meticulous examination of the challenges for studying LGBTQ IPV and offers keen recommendations for policy makers, practitioners, and researchers. A must-read for those interested in social work, counseling, and intimate relationships, as well as anyone working with LGBTQ populations."