Tamsin Wilton

Tamsin Elizabeth Wilton (1952 – 30 April 2006) was an English academic, a lesbian activist, theorist, social researcher, writer and cartoonist, and professor of Human sexuality in the School of Social Science at the University of the West of England. Wilton was a member of the editorial board of the journal ''Sexualities'' and helped establish the UK LGBT Health Summit. In 2007 the LGBT Health Summit created the ''Tamsin Wilton Award'' for LGBT Health in honour of her research and written contributions in the field. Wilton focused on gay and lesbian health issues, authored ten published books in 14 years as well as chapters, papers, pamphlets, reports and articles in the LGBT press. She gave papers around the world, and as her reputation grew she became an international consultant to the AIDS Education Research Trust in Southern Africa. She was made the UK's first Professor of Human Sexuality while at the University of the West of England and died from an aneurysm on 30 April 2006 not long after moving back to her native Cornwall. Provided by Wikipedia
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by: Wilton, Tamsin.
Published: 1995
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by: Wilton, Tamsin.
Published: 2004
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by: Wilton, Tamsin.
Published: 1995
Online Access from American University in Bulgaria
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