Rayside, David. “Book reviews.” Journal of the History of Sexuality. 22(2) (May 2013): 362-364.
Review of Losing Control: Canada’s Social Conservatives in the Age of Rights. By Tom Warner. Toronto: Between the Lines, 2010.
Rayside, David. “More than bricks and mortar: the never-ending surprise of University College.” IN Toronto. 5 (September 2010): 44-45.
Included are references to Douglas LePan (principal from 1964 to 1970), the first meeting of UTHA at UC, the Positive Space Committee and the Bonham Centre for Sexual Diversity Studies
Rayside, David. “The Queer agenda on campus: Invisible? Stalled? Incomplete?” Academic Matters: OCUFA’s Journal of Higher Education, May 2010 [online version].
On including sexual orientation and gender identity into the employment equity agenda.
Rayside, David. “Book reviews.” University of Toronto Quarterly. 74(1) (Winter 2004/2005): 521-522. Review of Don McLeod’s A Brief History of GAY, Canada’s First Gay Tabloid, 1964-1966.
Newhook, Tyrone. “Sexy nerds: University launches new centre.” Xtra! (Toronto). 195 (22 July 2004): ?
Interview with David Rayside and Maureen FitzGerald on the Centre For Sexual Diversity Studies, affiliated with the Sexual Diversity Studies program at University College.
Rayside, David. “The structuring of sexual minority activist opportunities in the political mainstream Britain, Canada, and the Untied States.” In Sexual Identities, Queer Politics. Edited by Mark Blasius. Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, 2001.
Hunt, Gerald; Rayside, David. “The geo-politics of sexual diversity: measuring progress in the U. S., Canada and the Netherlands.” New Labor Forum. 8 (Spring/Summer 2001): 37-47. HD8051.N4
Rayside, David. “Kinsman, Gary.” p.230-231. In Who’s Who in Contemporary Gay and Lesbian History: From World War II to the Present. Edited by Robert Aldrich and Garry Wotherspoon. London: Routledge, 2001.
See also his entries for Barry Adam, Maurice Flood, Gerald Hannon, Gary Kinsman, Tim McCaskell, Svend Robinson and others.
Hunt, Gerald; Rayside, David. “Labor union response to diversity in Canada and the United States.” Industrial Relations. 39(3) (July 2000): 401-444. HD6958.5 .I5
Cosgrove, Mark. “It’s gaining on him: history’s winning the battle.” Xtra! (Toronto). 404 (April 20, 2000): 20.
Rayside talks about his work within the community, as well as being an academic.
Rayside, David. “The perils of Congressional politics.” Chapter 6. In Gay Rights, Military Wrongs: Political Perspectives on Lesbians and Gays in the Military. New York: Garland Pub., 1996.
Rayside, David. “Sexual diversity and the social sciences in English Canada.” International Journal of Canadian Studies. 10 (Fall 1994): 145-150. FC1 .I58
Rayside, David. “Disposable rights: progress but little power – so far.” University of Toronto Magazine. 22(1) (Autumn 1994): 48.
Rayside, David M. Openly-Gay and a Member of Congress: the Role and Impact of Representative Barney Frank. [Toronto]: Faculty of Law, University of Toronto, . 33 p.
Rayside, David M.; Lindquist, Evert A. “AIDS activism and the state in Canada.” Studies in Political Economy. 39 (Autumn 1992): 37-76. HB1 .S88
Rayside, David M.; Lindquist, Evert A. “Canada: community activism, federalism, and the new politics of disease.” p.49-98. In AIDS in the Industrialized Democracies: Passions, Politics, and Policies. Edited by David L. Kirp and Ronald Bayer. Montreal: McGill-Queen’s University Press; New Brunswick, N.J.: Rutgers University Press, 1992. RA644.A25 A286 1992
Rayside, David M. “Homophobia, class and party in England.” Canadian Journal of Political Science. 25 (1) (March 1992): 121-149. JA1 .C36
Lindquist, Evert A.; Rayside, David M. “Federal AIDS policy for the 1990s: is it too early for ‘mainstreaming’ in Canada?” p.313-352. In How Ottawa Spends: The Politics of Competitiveness, 1992-93. Edited by Frances Abele. Ottawa: Carleton University Press, 1992. HJ7663 .H678 1993
Todd, David. “Hard truths: David Rayside’s latest projects uncover some uncomfortable facts” University of Toronto Bulletin. 45(3) (September 9, 1991): 7.
On his book A Small Town in Modern Times: Alexandria, Ontario, as well as his work with Evert Lindquist on AIDS policy in Canada.
Rayside, David. “Towards equality for lesbians and gay men.” University of Toronto Bulletin. February 26, 1990, p.20.
On the University of Toronto’s Committee on Homophobia.
Rayside, David; Bowler, Scott. “Public opinion and gay rights.” Canadian Review of Sociology and Anthropology. 25 (4) (November 1988): 649-660. HM1 .C36
Rayside, David. “Gay rights and family values: the passage of Bill 7 in Ontario.” Studies in Political Economy. 26 (Summer 1988): 109-147. HB1 .S88