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Sep 24, 2020 - 10:33 AM By William N. Eskridge Jr.

This text provides a comprehensive analysis of the legal issues concerning gender and sexual nonconformity in the United States Part one, which covers the years from the post Civil War to the 1980s, is a history of state efforts to discipline and punish the behaviour of homosexuals and other people considered to be deviant during this period such people could get by onlyThis text provides a comprehensive analysis of the legal issues concerning gender and sexual nonconformity in the United States Part one, which covers the years from the post Civil War to the 1980s, is a history of state efforts to discipline and punish the behaviour of homosexuals and other people considered to be deviant during this period such people could get by only at the cost of suppressing their most basic feelings and emotions Part two addresses contemporary issues although it is no longer illegal to be openly gay in America, homosexuals still suffer from state discrimination in the military and in other realms, and private discrimination and violence against gays is prevalent The author presents a rigorously argued case for the sexualization of the First Amendment, showing why, for example, same sex ceremonies and intimacy should be considered expressive conduct deserving the protection of the courts.
  • Title: Gaylaw: Challenging the Apartheid of the Closet
  • Author: William N. Eskridge Jr.
  • ISBN: 9780674341616
  • Page: 426
  • Format: Hardcover

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Vee Sep 24, 2020 - 10:33 AM
Like any law book it has it's moments but it's very informative.
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Charles Sep 24, 2020 - 10:33 AM
Still the definitive text on the relationship between law and sexuality.
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Gaylaw: Challenging the Apartheid of the Closet By William N. Eskridge Jr. This text provides a comprehensive analysis of the legal issues concerning gender and sexual nonconformity in the United States Part one, which covers the years from the post Civil War to the 1980s, is a history of state efforts to discipline and punish the behaviour of homosexuals and other people considered to be deviant during this period such people could get by onlyThis text provides a comprehensive analysis of the legal issues concerning gender and sexual nonconformity in the United States Part one, which covers the years from the post Civil War to the 1980s, is a history of state efforts to discipline and punish the behaviour of homosexuals and other people considered to be deviant during this period such people could get by only at the cost of suppressing their most basic feelings and emotions Part two addresses contemporary issues although it is no longer illegal to be openly gay in America, homosexuals still suffer from state discrimination in the military and in other realms, and private discrimination and violence against gays is prevalent The author presents a rigorously argued case for the sexualization of the First Amendment, showing why, for example, same sex ceremonies and intimacy should be considered expressive conduct deserving the protection of the courts.

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