IV. Gay Liberation Movement; Gay Rights; Law; Politics

76. Gay Liberation Movement--general and United States

1503. Adam, Barry D. The rise of a gay and lesbian movement. Rev. ed. New York: Twayne Publishers, c1995. xiii, 221 p.

Gen HQ76.5.A330 1995; 1987 edi. at HQ76.5.A3301987.

Gay liberation movement--History/Homosexuality--History.

1504. Adam, Barry D., Duyvendak, Jan Willem, and Krouwel, André. The global emergence of gay and lesbian politics : national imprints of a worldwide movement. Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1999. vi, 381 p.

1. Introduction / Barry D. Adam, Jan Willem Duyvendak and Andre Krouwel -- 2. Moral Regulation and the Disintegrating Canadian State / Barry D. Adam -- 3. Gay and Lesbian Movements in the United States: Dilemmas of Identity, Diversity, and Political Strategy / Steven Epstein -- 4. "More Love and More Desire": The Building of a Brazilian Movement / James N. Green -- 5. Democracy and Sexual Difference: The Lesbian and Gay Movement in Argentina / Stephen Brown -- 6. The Lesbian and Gay Movement in Britain: Schisms, Solidarities, and Social Worlds / Ken Plummer -- 7. The Dutch Lesbian and Gay Movement: The Politics of Accommodation / Judith Schuyf and Andre Krouwel -- 8. Gay and Lesbian Activism in France: Between Integration and Community-Oriented Movements / Olivier Fillieule and Jan Willem Duyvendak -- 9. Passion for Life: A History of the Lesbian and Gay Movement in Spain / Ricardo Llamas and Fefa Vila -- 10. Gay and Lesbian Movements in Eastern Europe: Romania, Hungary, and the Czech Republic / Scott Long -- 11. Emerging Visibility of Gays and Lesbians in Southern Africa: Contrasting Contexts / Mai Palmberg -- 12. Japan: Finding Its Way? / Wim Lunsing -- 13. The Largest Street Party in the World: The Gay and Lesbian Movement in Australia / Geoffrey Woolcock and Dennis Altman -- 14. Gay and Lesbian Movements beyond Borders? National Imprints of a Worldwide Movement / Barry D. Adam, Jan Willem Duyvendak and Andre Krouwel.

Gen HQ76.5 .G56 1999.

Gay rights--History/Gay men--Political activity/Lesbians--Political activity.

1505. Gay Activists Alliance, Stinson, John D., International Gay Information Center, and Research Publications, inc. The gay rights movement [1970-1983]. Gay Activists Alliance : from the International Gay Information Center, The New York Public Library. Woodbridge, CT: Research Publications, 1998. 21 microfilm reels.

Title from guide. Filmed from originals held at the International Gay Information Center, New York Public Library. Accompanied by printed guide, compiled by John D. Stinson at Gen HQ76.8.U5G39 1970 Index.

"The Gay Activists Alliance was founded in December, 1969, by a group of men and women who were dissatisfied with the direction of the Gay Liberation Front, which had emerged half a year earlier in the immediate wake of the Stonewall Riots. GAA rapidly became the largest and most visible gay organization in New York... The GAA papers contain the minutes of meetings, internal and general correspondence, and large amounts of ephemera." -- Publisher's brochure.

Mic _ microfm _HQ76.8.U5G39 1970.

Gay Activists Alliance/Gay activists--New York (State)--History--Sources/Gay activists--United States--History--Sources/Gay rights--United States--History--Sources/Gay rights--New York (State)--History--Sources/Gay liberation movement--United States--History--20th century--Sources/Gay liberation movement--New York (State)--History--20th century--Sources/Gays--United States--History--20th century--Sources/Gays--New York (State)--History--20th century--Sources.

1506. Mattachine Society of New York, Stinson, John D., International Gay Information Center, and Research Publications, inc. The gay rights movement. Mattachine Society of New York, Inc. : from the International Gay Information Center, The New York Public Library. Woodridge, CT: Research Publications, 1998. 24 microfilm reels.

Title from guide. Filmed from originals held at the International Gay Information Center, New York Public Library. Includes printed guide at HQ76.8.U5M388 1951 Index.

"Founded in Los Angeles in 1950 by Harry Hay, The Mattachine Society was the first major gay organization in the United States.... In 1955, a New York chapter of the Mattachine Society was founded. Five years later it was the largest gay rights group in the United States. After 1965 the organization assumed a more outspoken posture. It fought to establish the civil rights of gays, defended men arrested on morals charges and protested the continual police practice of harassing gay bars. The ... papers reflect the vigorous and at times acrimonious debate among its members. They also contain an extensive, and frequently poignant, correspondence with gay men and lesbians throughout the United States, as well as the minutes of meetings, memoranda, and ephemera." -- Publisher's brochure.

Mic _ microfm _HQ76.8.U5M388 1951.

Mattachine Society of New York/Gay rights--United states--History--Sources/Gay rights--New York (State)--History--Sources/Gay liberation movement--United States--History--20th century--Sources/Gay liberation movement--New York (State)--History--20th century--Sources/Gays--United States--History--20th century--Sources/Gays--New York (State)--History--20th century--Sources.

1507. ACT UP New York (Organization). The AIDS Coalition to Unleash Power [microform] : New York records. Woodbridge, CT: Research Publications, 1999. 159 microfilm reels.

Records from the Manuscripts and Archives Division, New York Public Library. Consists of memoranda, correspondence, ephemera, meeting minutes, clipping files, and materials from other ACT UP chapters.

Guide at HQ76.5.A3416 1999 Guide.

RC607.A26 A3416 1999 Mic _microfm_HQ76.5.A3416 1999.

ACT UP New York (Organization)/AIDS (Disease)--New York (State)/Gay liberation movement--New York (State)/Gays--New York (State).

1508. Allyn, David. Make love, not war : the sexual revolution, an unfettered history. 1st ed. Boston: Little, Brown, c2000. xi, 381 p., [8] p. of plates.

Partial contents: 12. Gay Liberation -- 19. Lesbian Liberation: Equal But Separate.

HQ18.U5 A38 2000 Gen, Harp.

Counterrevolution and Crisis.Sex customs--United States--History--20th century/Sexual ethics--United States--History--20th century/Sex in popular culture--United States--History--20th century/Nineteen sixties/United States--Social life and customs--20th century/United States--Moral conditions--History--20th century/Sexual revolution.

1509. Blasius, Mark. Sexual identities, queer politics. Princeton: Princeton University Press, c2001. ix, 382 p.

Gen, Harp HQ76.5 .S49 2001 .

Gay rights/Gay liberation movement/Gays--Political activity.

1510. Altman, Dennis. Homosexual : oppression and liberation. New York: New York University Press, c1993. ix, 278 p.

Introduction to the 1993 Printing / Jeffrey Weeks -- Introduction to the 1971 Printing / Dennis Altman -- 1. Coming Out: The Search for Identity -- 2. Oppression: The Denial of Identity -- 3. Liberation: Toward the Polymorphous Whole -- 4. The Movement and Liberation: Confrontation and the Community -- 5. The Collapsing Hegemony and Gay Liberation -- 6. The Impact of Gay Liberation -- 7. Conclusion: The End of the Homosexual?

Gen HQ76.A5850 1993; 1971 edi. at HQ76.A44; another edi. at HQ76.A585 1973.

Homosexuality/Gay liberation movement--History.

1511. Baumgardt, Manfred, Schwules Museum, and Akademie der Künste (Berlin, Germany. Goodbye to Berlin? : 100 Jahre Schwulenbewegung : eine Ausstellung des Schwulen Museums und der Akademie der Künste, 17. Mai bis 17. August 1997. Berlin: R. Winkel, 1997. 384 p.

Exhibition catalog.

Gen HQ76.5 .G66 1997.

Gay liberation movement--History--Exhibitions/Gay men in art--Catalogs.

1512. Bawer, Bruce. Beyond queer : challenging gay left orthodoxy. New York: Free Press, c1996. xv, 327 p.

Gen, Law HQ76.3.U4B49 1996.

Homosexuality--Political aspects--United States/Gay liberation movement--United States/Gays--United States--Political activity.

1513. Bell, Arthur. Dancing the gay lib blues; a year in the homosexual liberation movement. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1971. 191 p.

Gen HQ76.B43.

Gay Activists Alliance/Gay liberation movement--United States.

1514. Berman, Paul. A tale of two utopias : the political journey of the generation of 1968. New York: Norton, 1996. 351 p.

Includes index.

Gen HN17.5.B4150 1996.

Social history--1960-1970/Social history--1970-/Liberalism/Radicalism/Gay liberation movement/History--Philosophy/Czechoslovakia--Politics and government--1968-1989.

1515. Blasius, Mark and Phelan, Shane. We are everywhere : a historical sourcebook in gay and lesbian politics. New York: Routledge, 1997. xii, 844 p.

Gen HQ76.W33 1997.

Homosexuality--Political aspects/Homosexuality--History/Gay liberation movement--History/Gay men--Political activity/Lesbians--Political activity/Political science--Philosophy.

1516. Bristow, Joseph and Wilson, Angelia R. Activating theory : lesbian, gay, bisexual politics. London: Lawrence & Wishart, 1993. xi, 266 p.

Includes index. Introduction / Joseph Bristow and Angelia R. Wilson -- Should There Be Lesbian and Gay Intellectuals? / Alan Sinfield -- Queer Theory and the War of the Sexes / Mary McIntosh -- Psychoanalysis and Lesbian Desire: The Trouble with Female Homosexuals / Merl Storr -- Death, Desire and Identity: The Political Unconscious of 'New Queer Cinema' / Jose Arroyo -- 'Queer Nigger': Theorizing 'White' Acitivism / Helen (charles) -- Is Transgression Transgressive? / Elizabeth Wilson -- Resituating the Bisexual Body / Clare Hemmings -- Activating Bisexuality: Towards a Bi/Sexual Politics / Jo Eadie -- Which Equality? Toleration, Difference or Respect / Angelia R. Wilson -- An Engaged State: Sexuality, Governance and the Potential for Change / Davina Cooper -- Unholy Alliances: The Recent Politics of Sex Education / Rachel Thomson -- The Politics of Law Reform: Lesbian and Gay Rights Struggles into the 1990s / Didi Herman.

Gen HQ76.5.A250 1993.

Gay liberation movement/Homosexuality--Political aspects/Gay men--Political activity/Lesbians--Political activity/Bisexuals--Political activity.

1517. Bull, Chris. Come out fighting : a century of essential writing on gay and lesbian liberation. New York: Thunder's Mouth Press/Nation Books, 2001. xv, 336 p.

Gen HQ76.8.U5 C66 2001.

Gay liberation movement--United States--History/Gay men's writings, American/Lesbians' writings, American.

1518. Clendinen, Dudley and Nagourney, Adam. Out for good : the struggle to build a gay rights movement in America. New York: Simon & Schuster, c1999. 716 p., [16] p. of plates.

Gen HQ76.8.U5C58 1999.

Gay rights--United States--History/Gay liberation movement--United States--History/United States--Politics and government/United States--Social conditions.

1519. Cook, Chris and Waller, David. The Longman handbook of modern American history, 1763-1996. New York: Longman, 1998. xvi, 451 p. (Cook, Chris).

Partial contents: The Gay and Lesbian Movement.

RR E174 .C66 1998.

United States--History--Handbooks, manuals, etc.

1520. Cruikshank, Margaret. The gay and lesbian liberation movement. New York: Routledge, 1992. xvii, 225 p. (Revolutionary thought/radical movements).

1. Introduction -- 2. Gay and Lesbian Liberation as a Sexual Freedom Movement -- 3. Gay and Lesbian Liberation as a Political Movement -- 4. Gay and Lesbian Liberation as a Movement of Ideas -- 5. Gay Culture and Community -- 6. Lesbian Feminism -- 7. Conflicts and Debates in Tne Gay and Lesbian Liberation Movement -- 8. Conclusion.

Gen, Harp HQ76.8.U5C780 1992.

Gay liberation movement--United States.

1521. D'Emilio, John. Making trouble : essays on gay history, politics, and the university. New York: Routledge, 1992. xliv, 274 p.

By Way of Introduction: Notes from One Gay Life -- Pt. 1. Rewriting History. 1. Capitalism and Gay Identity. 2. Dreams Deferred: The Birth and Betrayal of America's First Gay Liberation Movement. 3. The Homosexual Menace: The Politics of Sexuality in Cold War America. 4. Gay Politics, Gay Community: San Francisco's Experience. 5. Gay History: A New Field of Study -- Pt. 2. Remaking the University. 6. The Universities and the Gay Experience. 7. The Issue of Sexual Preference on College Campuses: Retrospect and Prospect. 8. Not a Simple Matter: Gay History and Gay Historians. 9. The Campus Environment for Gay and Lesbian Life. 10. Inaugurating the First Lesbian and Gay Studies Department: San Francisco City College. 11. Gay and Lesbian Studies: New Kid on the Block? 12. Graduation Day -- Pt. 3. Living Politics. 13. Making and Unmaking Minorities: The Tension Between Gay History and Politics. 14. The Supreme Court and the Sodomy Statutes: Where Do We Go From Here? 15. Saturday Night. 16. Women Against Pornography: Feminist Frontier or Social Purity Crusade? 17. The Names Project Quilt: A People's Memorial. 18. You Can't Build a Movement on Anger. 19. A Generation of Progress. 20. After Stonewall.

Gen HQ76.8.U5D4470 1992.

Gay liberation movement--United States--History/Homosexuality and education--United States/Homosexuality--United States.

1522. D'Emilio, John. Sexual politics, sexual communities : the making of a homosexual minority in the United States, 1940-1970. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, c1983. x, 257 p.

Based on the author's thesis (Ph.D.)--Columbia University, 1981.

Gen, Harp HQ76.8.U5D450 1983.

Gay liberation movement--United States--History.

1523. D'Emilio, John. Sexual politics, sexual communities : the making of a homosexual minority in the United States, 1940-1970. 2nd ed. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1998. xiv, 269 p.

Pt. 1. Identity, Community, and Oppression: A Sexual Minority in the Making. 1. Homosexuality and American Society: An Overview. 2. Forging a Group Identity: World War II and the Emergence of an Urban Gay Subculture. 3. The Bonds of Oppression: Gay Life in the 1950s -- Pt. 2. The 1950s: Radical Visions and Conformist Pressures. 4. Radical Beginnings of the Mattachine Society. 5. Retreat to Respectability. 6. Dual Identity and Lesbian Autonomy: The Beginnings of Separate Organizing Among Women. 7. The Quest for Legitimacy -- Pt. 3. The 1960s: Civil Rights and the Pursuit of Equality. 8. Gay Life in the Public Eye. 9. Civil Rights and Direct Action: The New East Coast Militancy, 1961-1965. 10. The Movement and the Subculture Converge: San Francisco During the Early 1960s. 11. High Hopes and Modest Gains -- Pt. 4. The Liberation Impulse. 12. A New Beginning: The Birth of Gay Liberation. 13.

HQ76.8.U5 D46 1998 Gen, Harp.

Gay liberation movement--United States--History.

1524. Dannemeyer, William. Shadow in the land : homosexuality in America. San Francisco: Ignatius Press, c1989. 243 p.

Gen HQ76.8.U5D360 1989.

Gay liberation movement--United States.

1525. Deitcher, David. The question of equality : lesbian and gay politics in America since Stonewall. New York: Scribner, c1995. 255 p.

Includes index.

Gen HQ76.8.U5Q470 1995.

Gay liberation movement--United States--History/Gay rights--United States--History/Gay men--United States--Political activity/Lesbians--United States--Political activity/Stonewall Riot, New York, N.Y., 1969.

1526. Duberman, Martin B. Stonewall. New York, N.Y., U.S.A: Dutton, c1993. xx, 330 p.

Gen HQ76.8.U5D850 1993.

Stonewall Riot, New York, N.Y., 1969/Gay liberation movement--United States--History/Gay men--United States--History/Lesbians--United States--History.

1527. Egan, Jim and McLeod, Donald W. Challenging the conspiracy of silence : my life as a Canadian gay activist . Toronto: Canadian Lesbian and Gay Archives, c1998. 159 p.

Co-published by Homewood Books.

Gen HQ75.8.E43A3 1998.

Egan, Jim/Egan, Jim/Gay activists--Canada/Gay men--Canada/Homosexuality--Canada--History--20th century/Homosexualité--Canada/Activistes homosexuels--Canada--Biographies/Homosexuels masculins--Canada--Biographies.

1528. Engel, Stephen M. The unfinished revolution : social movement theory and the gay and lesbian movement. New York: Cambridge University Press, 2001. xxi, 231 p. (Cambridge cultural social studies).

Gen HQ76.5 .E5 2001.

Gay liberation movement--History/Lesbian feminism--History/Social movements--Philosophy.

1529. Gallagher, John and Bull, Chris. Perfect enemies : the religious right, the gay movement, and the politics of the 1990s. 1st ed. New York: Crown Publishers, c1996. xv, 300 p.

Includes index.

Gen HQ76.8.U5 G355 1996.

Gay rights--United States/Gay liberation movement--United States/Homophobia--United States/Homosexuality--Religious aspects--Christianity/Fundamentalism--United States/Conservatism--United States/Conservatism--Religious aspects--Christianity/Christianity and politics--United States/United States--Politics and government--1989-.

1530. Gay, A. Nolder. The view from the closet : essays on gay life and liberation, 1973-1977. 1st ed. Boston: Union Park Press, 1978. vii, 108 p.

Gen HQ76.8.U5G360.

Gay liberation movement--United States.

1531. Gay Activists Alliance. The gay rights movement : Gay Activists Alliance : from the International Gay Information Center, The New York Public Library : guide to the microfilm collection. Stinson, John D.Woodbridge, CT: Research Publications, 1998. 10 leaves.

Gen HQ76.8.U5G39 1970 Index.

Gay Activists Alliance/Gay activists--New York (State)--History--Sources/Gay activists--United States--History--Sources/Gay rights--United states--History--Sources/Gay rights--New York (State)--History--Sources/Gay liberation movement--United States--History--20th century--Sources/Gay liberation movement--New York (State)--History--20th century--Sources/Gays--United States--History--20th century--Sources/Gays--New York (State)--History--20th century--Sources.

1532. Gay Activists Alliance, Stinson, John D., International Gay Information Center, and Research Publications, inc. The gay rights movement [1970-1983]. Gay Activists Alliance : from the International Gay Information Center, The New York Public Library. Woodbridge, CT: Research Publications, 1998. 21 microfilm reels.

Title from guide. Filmed from originals held at the International Gay Information Center, New York Public Library. Accompanied by printed guide, compiled by John D. Stinson.

"The Gay Activists Alliance was founded in December, 1969, by a group of men and women who were dissatisfied with the direction of the Gay Liberation Front, which had emerged half a year earlier in the immediate wake of the Stonewall Riots. GAA rapidly became the largest and most visible gay organization in New York... The GAA papers contain the minutes of meetings, internal and general correspondence, and large amounts of ephemera." -- Publisher's brochure.

microfmHQ76.8.U5G39 1970.

Gay Activists Alliance/Gay activists--New York (State)--History--Sources/Gay activists--United States--History--Sources/Gay rights--United States--History--Sources/Gay rights--New York (State)--History--Sources/Gay liberation movement--United States--History--20th century--Sources/Gay liberation movement--New York (State)--History--20th century--Sources/Gays--United States--History--20th century--Sources/Gays--New York (State)--History--20th century--Sources.

1533. Hamilton, Wallace. Christopher and gay; a partisan's view of the Greenwich Village homosexual scene. New York: Saturday Review Press, 1973. 216 p.

Gen HQ76.3.U5H22.

Homosexuality--United States/Gay liberation movement--United States.

1534. Hekma, Gert, Oosterhuis, Harry, and Steakley, James D. Gay men and the sexual history of the political left. Binghamton, N.Y: Haworth Press, c1995. 408 p. (Journal of Homosexuality, v. 29, no. 2-4).

HQ75.J86 RR2.

Homosexuality--Political aspects/Gay liberation movement--History/Gay men--Political activity/Right and left (Political science)/Homosexuality, Male--history/Human Rights--history/Politics--history/Socialism--History.

1535. Humphreys, Laud. Out of the closets; the sociology of homosexual liberation. Englewood Cliffs, N.J: Prentice-Hall, 1972. xiv, 176 p.

Gen HQ76.8.U5H9 Gen HQ76.8.U5H9.

Gay liberation movement--United States--History.

1536. Hunt, Ronald J. Historical dictionary of the gay liberation movement : gay men and the quest for social justice. Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press, 1999. xxiv, 241 p. (Historical dictionaries of religions, philosophies, and movements, no. 22).

RR2 HQ76.5 .H86 1999.

Gay liberation movement--History--Dictionaries.

1537. Hunter, John Francis. The gay insider, USA. [New York]: Stonehill Pub.; distributed by Dell Distributing, c1972. 627 p.

Gen HQ76.8.U5H91.

Homosexuality--United States/Gay liberation movement--United States.

1538. International Lesbian and Gay Association and Rijksuniversiteit te Utrecht Interfacultaire Werkgroep Homostudies. Second ILGA pink book. Utrecht: Interfacultaire Werkgroep Homostudies, Rijksuniversiteit Utrecht, c1988. 272 p., [1] folded leaf.

"A global view of lesbian and gay liberation and oppression.".

Law HQ76.5.S436 1988.

Gay liberation movement/Homosexuality.

1539. Jackson, Edward and Persky, Stan. Flaunting it! : a decade of gay journalism from the Body politic : an anthology. Vancouver Toronto: New Star Books Pink Triangle Press, 1982. 312 p.

Includes index.

Gen HQ76.8.C3F550 1982.

Gay liberation movement--Canada/Homosexuality--Canada/Homosexuality.

1540. Jay, Karla and Young, Allen. Out of the closets : voices of gay liberation. 2nd ed. New York: New York University Press, c1992. lxvii, 367 p.

"Twentieth anniversary edition." Includes index. Foreword / John D'Emilio -- Introduction / Karla Jay and Allen Young -- Introduction to the Second Edition / Karla Jay and Allen Young -- Introduction to the First Edition / Karla Jay -- Christopher Street Liberation Day, June 28, 1970 / Fran Winant -- Out of the Closets, Into the Streets / Allen Young -- Gay Is Good / Martha Shelley -- Dear Mom / Virginia Hoeffding -- My Soul Vanished From Sight: A California Saga of Gay Liberation / Konstantin Berlandt -- The Closet Syndrome / Stuart Byron -- A Gay Critique of Modern Literary Criticism / Karla Jay -- An Open Letter to Tennessee Williams / Mike Silverstein -- Queer Books / John Murphy -- Happy Birthday, Baby Butch / Jaye V. Poltergeist -- Sissy in Prison: An Interview With Ron Vernon -- Rapping With a Street Transvestite Revolutionary: An Interview With Marcia Johnson -- Lesbians and the Health Care System / Radicalesbians Health Collective -- Gay Liberation Meets the Shrinks / Gary Alinder -- A Leaflet for the American Medical Association / Chicago Gay Liberation Front -- Surviving Psychotherapy / Christopher Z. Hobson -- The Orderly / Robbie Skeist -- The Anthropological Perspective / The Red Butterfly -- Gay Bureaucrats: What Are They Doing to You? / Mike Siverstein -- The Woman-Identified Woman / Radicalesbians -- Realesbians and Politicalesbians / Gay Revolution Party Women's Caucus -- A Letter From Mary / Mary -- Take a Lesbian to Lunch / Rita Mae Brown -- Hanoi to Hoboken, A Round Trip Ticket / Rita Mae Brown -- Lesbians and the Ultimate Liberation of Women / Gay Liberation Front Women (New York City) -- The Cuban Revolution and Gay Liberation / Allen Young -- On the Venceremos Brigade / A Forum -- Letter From Cuban Gay People to the North American Gay Liberation Movement -- Declaration by the First National Congress on Education and Culture -- Responses / Gay Revolution Party and Gay Committee of Returned Brigadistas -- Gay Revolution and Sex Roles / Third World Gay Revolution (Chicago) and Gay Liberation Front (Chicago) -- Smash Phallic Imperialism / Katz -- On Sex Roles and Equality / N. A. Diaman -- Cruising: Games Men Play / Perry Brass -- The Fairy Princess Exposed / Craig Alfred Hanson -- The Politics of My Sex Life / Mike Silverstein -- Portrait of the Lesbian as a Young Dyke / Karla Jay -- Will You Still Need Me When I'm 64? / Ralph S. Schaffer -- My Gay Soul / Gary Alinder -- Looking at Women / Fran Winant -- Leaving the Gay Men Behind / Radicalesbians (New York City) -- Notes on Gay Male Consciousness-Raising / A Gay Male Group -- Somewhere in the Right Direction: Testimony of My Experience in a Gay Male Living Collective / John Knoebel -- Problems of an Inter-racial Relationship / Marlene -- Epistle to Tasha / Rita Mae Brown -- Elitism / Del Whan -- Viewpoint of an Anti-Sexist Marxist / Sandy Blixton -- A Gay Manifesto / Carl Wittman -- Gay Revolution Party Manifesto -- Working Paper for the Revolutionary People's Constitutional Convention / Chicago Gay Liberation -- I.D., Leadership and Violence / Charles P. Thorp -- What We Want, What We Believe / Third World Gay Revolution (New York City).

Gen HQ76.8.U5O880 1992; first edi. at Gen HQ76.8.U5J42.

Gay liberation movement--United States/Gay liberation movement--Directories.

1541. Kirk, Marshall and Madsen, Hunter. After the ball : how America will conquer its fear and hatred of gays in the '90s. New York: New American Library, 1990. xxix, 398 p.

"A Plume book." Reprint. Originally published: New York : Doubleday, 1989.

SSAd HQ76.8.U5K570 1990; orig. edi., Law HQ76.8.U5K570 1989.

Gay liberation movement--United States/Gays--United States--Public opinion/Homophobia--United States/Public opinion--United States.

1542. Lauritsen, John and Thorstad, David. The early homosexual rights movement (1864-1935). New York: Times Change Press, 1974. 91 p.

Gen HQ76.5.L380.

Gay liberation movement--History.

1543. Marcus, Eric. Making history : the struggle for gay and lesbian equal rights, 1945-1990 : an oral history. 1st ed. New York, NY: HarperCollins Publishers, c1992. xii, 532 p.

Includes index. Pt. 1. 1945-1961. "Gay Gal"--Lisa Ben. The Psychologist--Dr. Evelyn Hooker. The Organizer--Chuck Rowland. The Editor--Martin Block. News Hound--Jim Kepner. The Attorney--Herb Selwyn. "Gay Sexualist"--Hal Call. The Teacher--Billie Tallmij. The Outsider--Paul Phillips -- Pt. 2. 1961-1968. The Very Mad Scientist--Frank Kameny. The Rabble Rousers--Barbara Gittings and Kay Lahusen. One Angry Nurse--Shirley Willer. The Best Kind of Friend--Nancy May. The Defenders--Herbert Donaldson and Evander Smith. "Dear Abby"--Abigail Van Buren -- Pt. 3. 1968-1973. The Radical Activist--Martha Shelley. The Drag Queen--Rey "Sylvia Lee" Rivera. Fearless Youth--Morty Manford. The Old Timers--Barbara Gittings and Kay Lahusen. The Idealist--Randy Shilts. Mother and Child--Jeanne Manford and Morty Manford. The Good Doctor--Judd Marmor -- Pt. 4. 1973-1981. The Ex-Nun--Jean O'Leary. The Jock--David Kopay. The Good Sailor--Vernon E. "Copy" Berg III. The Iconoclast--Nancy Walker. The Insider--Charles Brydon. A Boy from Boise--Morris Foote. The Christian Educator--Carolyn Mobley. The Fighting Irishman--A. Damien Martin. The Protector--Joyce Hunter. The Conservative Congressman--Robert Bauman. Sale Juive--Paulette Goodman. The Hollywood Screenwriter--Barry Sandler. The "Sissy" from Mississippi--Greg Brock -- Pt. 5. 1981-1990. The Film Historian--Vito Russo. The Unwanted Messenger--Larry Kramer. The Storekeepers--Neil Woodward and Dan Otero. The Mixed Couple--Deborah L. Johnson and Dr. Zandra Z. Rolon. The Bridge Builder--Kathleen Boatwright. The Brave Alaskan--Sara Boesser. The Radical Debutante--Ann Northrop. The Bishop--John Shelby Spong. The Television Anchor--Tom Cassidy. The Role Models--Cecelia Walthall and Nancy Andrews.

Gen, Harp HQ76.8.U5M360 1992 .

Gay liberation movement--United States--History/Gays--United States.

1544. Marotta, Toby. The politics of homosexuality. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1981. xiv, 369 p.

A revision of author's thesis, Harvard.

Gen HQ76.8.U5M370 1981.

Gay liberation movement--United States.

1545. Mattachine Society of New York. The gay rights movement : Mattachine Society of New York, Inc. : from the International Gay Information Center, The New York Public Library : guide to the microfilm collection. Stinson, John D. Woodbridge, CT: Research Publications, 1998. 10 leaves.

Filmed from originals held at the International Gay Information Center, New York Public Library.

Gen HQ76.8.U5M388 1951 Index.

Mattachine Society of New York/Gay rights--United states--History--Sources/Gay rights--New York (State)--History--Sources/Gay liberation movement--United States--History--20th century--Sources/Gay liberation movement--New York (State)--History--20th century--Sources/Gays--United States--History--20th century--Sources/Gays--New York (State)--History--20th century--Sources.

1546. Mattachine Society of New York, Stinson, John D., International Gay Information Center, and Research Publications, inc. The gay rights movement. Mattachine Society of New York, Inc. : from the International Gay Information Center, The New York Public Library. Woodridge, CT: Research Publications, 1998. 24 microfilm reels.

Title from guide. Filmed from originals held at the International Gay Information Center, New York Public Library. Includes printed guide.

"Founded in Los Angeles in 1950 by Harry Hay, The Mattachine Society was the first major gay organization in the United States.... In 1955, a New York chapter of the Mattachine Society was founded. Five years later it was the largest gay rights group in the United States. After 1965 the organization assumed a more outspoken posture. It fought to establish the civil rights of gays, defended men arrested on morals charges and protested the continual police practice of harassing gay bars. The ... papers reflect the vigorous and at times acrimonious debate among its members. They also contain an extensive, and frequently poignant, correspondence with gay men and lesbians throughout the United States, as well as the minutes of meetings, memoranda, and ephemera." -- Publisher's brochure.

microfmHQ76.8.U5M388 1951.

Mattachine Society of New York/Gay rights--United states--History--Sources/Gay rights--New York (State)--History--Sources/Gay liberation movement--United States--History--20th century--Sources/Gay liberation movement--New York (State)--History--20th century--Sources/Gays--United States--History--20th century--Sources/Gays--New York (State)--History--20th century--Sources.

1547. McCaffrey, Joseph Anthony. The homosexual dialectic. Englewood Cliffs, N.J: Prentice-Hall, 1972. vi, 218 p.

Straight perspectives: Homosexual outlet, by A. Kinsey. The female homosexual; social and attitudinal dimensions, by J. H. Hedblom. New styles in homosexual manliness, by L. Humphreys. Conclusions, by I. Bieber. The product conversion--from heresy to illness, by T. S. Szasz. Homosexuals and the law, by M. Hoffman. Homosexuality; the stereotype, the real, by J. A. McCaffrey. Final report of the Task Force on Homosexuality, by the National Institute of Mental Health.--Radical gay perspectives: Refugees from Amerika; a gay manifesto, by C. Wittman. Gay lib, by T. Pankey. Memoirs of an ancient activist, by P. Goodman. Gay liberation and psychiatry, by F. E. Kameny. A letter to the revolutionary brothers and sisters about the women's liberation and gay liberation movements, by H. Newton. Something you do in the dark, by D. Curzon. Gay is good for us all, by S. Lessard.

SSAd HQ76.8.U5M16.

Homosexuality/Gay liberation movement--United States.

1548. Messner, Michael A. Politics of masculinities : men in movements. Thousand Oaks, Calif: Sage Publications, c1997. xviii, 137 p. (Gender lens).

Partial contents: Ch. 5. Racial and Sexual Identity Politics: Racialized Masculinity Politics and Gay Male Liberation.

Gen HQ1090.3 .M475 1997.

Men's movement--United States/Men--United States/Sex role--United States/Masculinity (Psychology)--United States.

1549. Onge, Jack. The gay liberation movement. Chicago: Alliance Press, 1971. ii, 90 p.

Gen HQ76.5.G3 O5.

Gay liberation movement--United States/Homosexuality--United States.

1550. Rimmerman, Craig A. From identity to politics : the lesbian and gay movements in the United States. Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 2002. xi, 239 p. (Queer politics, queer theories).

Gen HQ76.8.U5 R56 2002.

Gay liberation movement--United States/Gay rights--United States/United States--Social policy/United States--Politics and government.

1551. Rosenbloom, Rachel and International Gay and Lesbian Human Rights Commission. Unspoken rules : sexual orientation and women's human rights. London New York, NY: Cassell, 1996. xxxi, 257 p.

"International Gay and Lesbian Human Rights Commission in partnership with ABIGALE, South Africa ... [et al.].".

Gen, Law HQ75.5.U572 1995.

Lesbianism/Gay rights/Gay liberation movement/Women's rights.

1552. Rueda, Enrique. The homosexual network : private lives and public policy. Old Greenwich, Conn: Devin Adair Co, c1982. xx, 680 p.

Gen, Law HQ76.8.U5R830 1982.

Gay liberation movement--United States.

1553. Rutledge, Leigh W. The gay decades : from Stonewall to the present : the people and events that shaped gay lives. New York, N.Y: Plume, c1992. xii, 384 p.

A chronology, 22 June 1969 to 31 December 1990.

HQ76.8.U5R880 1992.

Gay liberation movement--United States--History/Gays--United States--History/Gay men--United States--History.

1554. Rutter, Itala and Democratic Socialists of America Feminist Commission Gay and Lesbian Taskforce. Perspectives on lesbian & gay liberation & socialism. New York, NY: Gay and Lesbian Taskforce of DSA's Feminist Commission, 1984? 71 p.

Gen HQ76.8.U5P47 1984.

Gay liberation movement--United States/Socialism--United States/Homosexuality--Political aspects--United States.

1555. Sagarin, Edward. Structure and ideology in an association of deviants. New York: Arno Press, 1975, c1966. xviii, 426 p. (Homosexuality).

Reprint of the ed. which was originally presented as the author's thesis, New York University.

Gen HQ76.8.U5S230 1975.

Mattachine Society/Gay liberation movement--United States/Gay liberation movement--History/Deviant behavior.

1556. Samar, Vincent Joseph. The gay rights movement. Chicago: Fitzroy Dearborn, c2001. xvi, 590 p. (The New York times 20th century in review).

Collection of articles from the New York times. Includes index.

Gen HQ76.8.U5 G39 2001.

Gay liberation movement--United States--History--20th century/Homosexuality--United States--History--20th century.

1557. Signorile, Michelangelo . Queer in America : sex, the media, and the closets of power. 1st ed. New York: Random House, c1993. xix, 378 p.

Includes index.

Gen HQ76.8.U5S570 1993.

Gay liberation movement--United States/Homosexuality--Moral and ethical aspects/Coming out (Sexual orientation)--United States.

1558. Socialist Workers Party . Communist continuity and the fight for women's liberation : documents of the Socialist Workers Party, 1971-1986. 1st ed. New York: Pathfinder Press, 1992. 3 v. (Education for socialists).

Cover title. pt. 1. Women's liberation and the line of march of the working class -- pt. 2. Women, leadership, and the proletarian norms of the communist movement -- pt. 3. Abortion rights, the ERA, and the rebirth of a feminist movement.

Gen JK2391.S67A130 1992


Socialist Workers Party/Women's rights--United States/Feminism--United States/Gay liberation movement--United States/Women--United States--Employment.

1559. Sweet, Roxanna Thayer. Political and social action in homophile organizations. New York: Arno Press, 1975, c1968. iv, 252 p. (Homosexuality).

Originally presented as the author's thesis, University of California, Berkeley, 1968.

Gen HQ76.8.U5S930 1975.

Gay liberation movement--California/Homosexuality--United States.

1560. Teal, Donn. The gay militants. New York: Stein and Day, 1971. 355 p.

Gen, Harp HQ76.T25.

Gay liberation movement--United States.

1561. Thompson, Mark. Long road to freedom : the Advocate history of the gay and lesbian movement. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1994. xxvi, 420 p.

A collection of articles, photographs, essays, interviews, and cartoons from The Advocate. Includes index.

Gen, Law HQ76.8.U5L650 1994.

Advocate (Los Angeles, Calif.)/Gay liberation movement--United States--History.

1562. Thorstad, David and Socialist Workers Party. Gay liberation and socialism : documents from the discussions on gay liberation inside the Socialist Workers Party (1970-1973). [New York]: Thorstad, introd. 1976. iv, 131 p.

Cover title.

Gen HQ76.8.U5G28.

Socialist Workers Party/Gay liberation movement--United States/Homosexuality.

1563. Tielman, Rob, Hendriks, Aart, and Veen, Evert van der. The Third pink book : a global view of lesbian and gay liberation and oppression. Buffalo, N.Y: Prometheus Books, 1993. 349 p. (New concepts in human sexuality series).

Preface / Aart Hendriks, Rob Tielman and Evert van der Veen -- Introduction / John Clark, Aart Hendriks, Lisa Power, Rob Tielman and Evert van der Veen -- 1. Winning Rights and Freedoms in Canada / Barry D. Adam -- 2. Gay Press and Movement in France / Frank Arnal -- 3. Same-Sex Love in Contemporary China / Vern L. Bullough and Fang Fu Ruan -- 4. The Global Lesbian and Gay Movement: Movement, Grassroots, or by Invitation Only / John Clark -- 5. Lesbian and Gay Life in Zimbabwe / Mike Coutinho -- 6. Reclaiming Our Historic Rights: Gays and Lesbians in the Philippines / Jomar Fleras -- 7. Lesbian Activism in Argentina: A Recent but Very Powerful Phenomenon / Ilse Fuskova-Kornreich and Dafna Argov -- 8. The Danish Partnership Law: Political Decision Making in Denmark and the National Danish Organization for Gays and Lesbians / Bent Hansen and Henning Jorgensen -- 9. Gay and Lesbian Couple Immigration to Australia: Pressure Group Compromises and Achievements / John Hart -- 10. "Strangers" in the Netherlands: Dutch Policy toward Gay and Lesbian Aliens / Aart Hendriks and Willemien Ruygrok -- 11. Proper Schooling for Teenage Lesbians in Canada / Madiha Didi Khayatt -- 12. The Lesbian-Gay Interface between East and West Germany / Ilse Kokula -- 13. The Development of the Gay Movement in Ireland: A Personal and Political Memoir / David Norris -- 14. Male Homosexuality in West Africa / Gerben Potman and Huub Ruijgrok -- 15. Gathering Strength and Gaining Power: How Lesbians and Gay Men Began to Change their Fortunes in Britain in the Nineties / Lisa Power and Tim Barnett -- 16. Coming Out as an MP in Canada / Svend J. Robinson -- 17. Two of a Kind, Two Different Kinds: Humanism, Homosexuality, and Emancipation in the Netherlands and Britain / Petra Schedler -- 18. Lesbians and their Emancipation in the Former German Democratic Republic Past and Future / Christina Schenk -- 19. Gay Perestroika: The Political Changes in Central and Eastern Europe and their Effect on the Lesbian and Gay Movement / Andrzej Selerowicz -- 20. Coming Out as an MP in the United Kingdom / Chris Smith -- 21. The Land That Never Has Been Yet: Dreams of a Gay Latina in the United States / Carmen Vazques -- 22. Lesbian and Gay Rights in Europe: Homosexuality and the Law / Evert van der Veen, Aart Hendriks and Astrid Mattijssen -- 23. World Survey on the Social and Legal Position of Gays and Lesbians / Rob Tielman and Hans Hammelburg.

Gen, Law HQ76.5.T470 1993.

Gay liberation movement/Homosexuality--Law and legislation/Gay rights.

1564. Tobin, Kay and Wicker, Randy. The gay crusaders. New York: Paperback Library, 1972. 238 p.

Gen HQ76.T61.

Gay liberation movement--United States--History/Homosexuality--United States--Personal narratives/Lesbianism--United States--Personal narratives.

1565. Trager, Oliver. Sexual politics in America. [New York]: Facts on File, c1994. 214 p. (Editorials on file book).

Gen HQ1421.S480 1994.

Women--United States--History--20th century/Gay liberation movement--United States--History--20th century/Sex role--United States--History--20th century.

1566. Vaid, Urvashi. Virtual equality : the mainstreaming of gay and lesbian liberation. 1st Anchor Books hardcover ed. New York: Anchor Books, 1995. xvii, 440 p.

Includes index.

Gen, Law HQ76.8.U5V350 1995.

Gay liberation movement--United States/Homosexuality--United States/Gay rights--United States.

1567. Wilson, Angelia R. A simple matter of justice : theorizing lesbian and gay politics. London New York: Cassell, 1995. vii, 223 p. (Cassell lesbian and gay studies).

Gen HQ76.5.S56 1995.

Gay liberation movement/Homosexuality--Politcal aspects/Gay men--Political activity/Lesbians--Political activity/Homosexuals/Rights.

1568. Winter, Alan D. The gay press : a history of the gay community and its publications. [s.l.]: Winter, c1976. 114 leaves.

Gen HQ76.8.U5W78.

Gay liberation movement--United States/Homosexuality--United States/Subculture/Civil rights--United States/Homosexuality--Periodicals--History.

1569. Woog, Dan. Friends & family : true stories of gay America's straight allies. 1st ed. Los Angeles: Alyson Books, 1999. xvii, 324 p.

Gen HQ76.8.U5 W66 1999.

Gay liberation movement--United States/Heterosexuals--United States/Social reformers--United States.

1570. Young, Ian. The Stonewall experiment : a gay psychohistory. London New York: Cassell, 1995. vii, 312 p., [8] p. of plates. (Cassell lesbian and gay studies).

Gen HQ76.Y68 1995.

Gay men--Psychology/Homosexuality--History/Gay liberation movement.

77. Gay Liberation Movement--Great Britain

1571. Power, Lisa. No bath but plenty of bubbles : an oral history of the Gay Liberation Front, 1970-1973. London: Cassell, 1995. x,340 p.

Includes index.

Gen HQ76.3.G7P68 1995.

Gay Liberation Front (London, England)/Gay liberation movement--Great Britain--History/Gays--Great Britain--Social conditions.

1572. Cowley, Philip. Conscience and Parliament. London Portland, Or: F. Cass, 1998. 204 p. (Library of legislative studies).

Partial contents: Homosexuality / Melvyn D. Read and David Marsh.

Gen HN383.5 .C65 1998.

Great Britain--Parliament/Social values--Great Britain/Great Britain--Social policy--1979-.

1573. Lucas, Ian. Outrage! : an oral history. London New York: Cassell, 1998. xi, 244 p.

Preface: Now Was Not Like That Then -- 1. Pretty Annoyed (But Not Quite OutRaged) -- 2. Coming Out Fighting -- 3. Stolen Kisses, Parting Glances -- 4. Queering the Pitch -- 5. The Whores and the Three-Legged Man -- 6. Sequins, Labia, Children -- 7. Equality Now! -- 8. Another Night of Long Knives -- 9. 'Sister, Sister, It's an Outrage!' -- 10. Music, Cameras, Action! -- 11. Jeans, Genes, Stroppy Queens -- 12. The Riot That Nearly Was -- 13. A Right Holy Row -- 14. Homosexual Terrorists Kill MP -- 15. The Death of Activism? -- Afterword: Profit and Loss -- App. 2. The Philosophy of OutRage! - An Interview with Peter Tatchell.

Gen HQ76.8.G7 L83 1998.

Gay liberation movement--Great Britain--History.

1574. Healey, Emma and Mason, Angela. Stonewall 25 : the making of the lesbian and gay community in Britain. London: Virago Press, 1994. ix, 277 p.

Gen HQ76.8.G7S766 1994.

Homosexuality--Great Britain/Gay liberation movement--Great Britain/Homosexuality/Great Britain.

1575. Cant, Bob and Hemmings, Susan. Radical records : thirty years of lesbian and gay history, 1957-1987. London New York: Routledge, 1988. xi, 266 p.

Errata slip inserted.

Gen HQ76.8.G7R330 1988.

Gay liberation movement--Great Britain--History--20th century/Gays--Great Britain--Political activity/Lesbians--Great Britain--Political activity.

1576. Sexual politics in Britain. Brighton, Sussex: Harvester Press, 1976-. 520 microfiches. (Harvester primary social sources, 4).

Collection includes periodicals, pamphlets, and leaflets concerning British movements for women's liberation and gay rights. Collection includes documents, unpublished papers, and publications of organizations such as CHE: Campaign for Homosexual Equality (1967-1977), SMG: Scottish Minorities Group (1970-1978), Union for Sexual Freedoms in Ireland (1974-1976); and runs of 13 serials (described elsewhere in this Guide), notably including Gay News (1972-1983), the principal gay publication of national circulation in Great Britain.

Issued with 5 printed bibliographical guides, with historical notes and title and chronological indexes, at Gen Z7164.S42L56 1977, --1978, --1979, --1981, and --1983.

Microfc HQ1075.5.G7S48 1976.

Gay liberation movement--Great Britain/Sex role--Great Britain/Sexual politics/Gender roles.

78. Gay Liberation Movement--Germany and other countries

1577. Herman, Didi. Rights of passage : struggles for lesbian and gay legal equality. Toronto Buffalo: University of Toronto Press, 1994. viii, 198 p.

1. Introduction -- 2. Lesbian/Gay/Citizen -- 3. The Politics of Liberal Equality -- 4. Beyond the Rights Debate -- 5. 'Normalcy on the Defensive': New Christian Right Sexual Politics -- 6. The Saints Go Litigating -- 7. Judges and Experts -- 8. Afterword: Mossop and Beyond.

Gen HQ76.8.C3H470 1994.

Gay liberation movement--Canada/Gay liberation movement/Homosexuality--Law and legislation--Canada/Homosexuality--Law and legislation.

1578. Girard, Jacques. Le mouvement homosexuel en France, 1945-1980. Paris: Syros, 1981. 206 p.

Gen HQ76.8.F8G570.

Gay liberation movement--France--History.

1579. Documents of the homosexual rights movement in Germany, 1836-1927. New York: Arno Press, 1975. 679 p. in various pagings. (Homosexuality).

Karsch, H. F. Der Putzmacher von Glarus Heinrich Hössli. 1903.--Ulrichs, K. H. Vier Briefe, 1899.--Hirschfeld, M. Sappho und Sokrates. 1902.--Bab, E. Die gleichgeschlechtliche Liebe (Lieblingminne). 1903.--Hirschfeld, M. Ursachen und Wesen des Uranimus. 1903.--Hirschfeld, M. Berlins drittes Geschlecht. 1905.--Brand, A. Paragraph 175. 1914.--Got, A. Le vice organisé en Allemagne. 1923.--Die Homosexualität. 1927.--Hirschfeld M. and Beck, H. Gesetze der Liebe. 1927.

Gen HQ76.8.G4D60 1975.

Homosexuality--Germany--History/Gay liberation movement--Germany--History.

1580. Hinzpeter, Werner. Schöne schwule Welt : der Schlussverkauf einer Bewegung . 1. Aufl. Berlin: Querverlag, 1997. 174 p.

Gen HQ76.8.G4H579 1997.

Gay liberation movement--Germany/Homosexuality--Germany.

1581. Stedefeldt, Eike. Schwule Macht Schwule Macht, oder, Die Emanzipation von der Emanzipation. Berlin: Elefanten Press, c1998. 222 p.

Gen HQ76.8.G4S743 1998.

Gay liberation movement--Germany/Homosexuality--Germany/Gays--Germany--Political activity.

1582. Mildenberger, Florian Georg. Die Münchner Schwulenbewegung 1969 bis 1996 : eine Fallstudie über die zweite deutsche Schwulenbewegung. Bochum: Winkler, 1999. 116 p. (Historisch-interdisziplinäre Männerforschung, 1).

Gen HQ76.3.G4M554 1999.

Gay men--Germany--Munich/Gay rights--Germany--Munich.

1583. Steakley, James D. The homosexual emancipation movement in Germany. New York: Arno Press, 1975. vi, 121 p. (Homosexuality).

Gen HQ76.8.G4S8.

Gay liberation movement--Germany--History/Gay liberation movement--Germany--Sources.

1584. Pezzana, Angelo. La Politica del corpo. Roma: Savelli, 1976. 207 p.

Gen HQ76.8.I8P640.

Gay liberation movement--Italy.

1585. Ruwoldt, J. N., Campaign Against Moral Persecution South Australian Branch, Campaign Against Moral Persecution Campus C.A.M.P, and University of Adelaide Students' Association. Homosexuality in South Australia; a collection of writings from South Australia, 1972. Adelaide: S.A. Branch of the Campaign Against Moral Persecution, 1972. 50 p.

Edited by J. N. Ruwoldt.

Gen HQ76.3.S65H76.

Homosexuality--South Australia.

1586. Willett, Graham. Living out loud : a history of gay and lesbian activism in Australia. St. Leonards, NSW: Allen & Unwin, 2000. xii, 307 p.

Gen HQ76.8.A8 W55 2000.

Gay liberation movement--Australia--History/Gay rights--Australia--History/Lesbians--Australian--History.

1587. McLeod, Donald W. Lesbian and gay liberation in Canada : a selected annotated chronology, 1964-1975. Toronto: ECW Press/Homewood Books, 1996. xvii, 302 p.

Gen HQ76.8.C3 M35 1996.

Gay liberation movement--Canada--History/Mouvement de libération des homosexuels--Canada--Chronologie.

79. Gay rights; homosexuality and the law--general and United States

1588. Minton, Henry L. Departing from deviance : a history of homosexual rights and emancipatory science in America. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2002. xi, 344 p., [6] p. of plates.

Gen HQ76.3.U5 M56 2002.

Homosexuality--Research--United States/Gay liberation movement--United States.

1589. Walzer, Lee. Gay rights on trial : a reference handbook. Santa Barbara, Calif: ABC-CLIO, c2002. xvii, 323 p.

RR2 XXKF4754.5 .W35 2002.

Gays--Legal status, laws, etc--United States/Gay rights--United States.

1590. Koppelman, Andrew. The gay rights question in contemporary American law. Chicago, Ill: University of Chicago Press, 2002. x, 210 p.

XXKF4754.5 .K67 2002 Gen, Law.

Gays--Legal status, laws, etc--United States.

1591. Murdoch, Joyce and Price, Deb. Courting justice : gay men and lesbians v. the Supreme Court. New York, N.Y: Basic Books, c2001. vii, 582, [8] p. of plates.

XXKF4754.5 .M87 2001 Gen, Law.

Gay rights--United States/Gays--Legal status, laws, etc--United States.

1592. Stewart, Chuck. Homosexuality and the law : a dictionary. Santa Barbara: ABC-CLIO, 2001. xii, 429 p. (Contemporary legal issues).

Gen XXKF4754.5.A68 S74 2001.

Gays--Legal status, laws, etc--United States/Homosexuality--Law and legislation--United States.

1593. Stein, Arlene. The stranger next door : the story of a small community's battle over sex, faith, and civil rights. Boston: Beacon Press, c2001. 267 p.

Gen HQ76.8.U5 S74 2001.

Gay rights--Oregon/Gays--Oregon/Homosexuality--Oregon/Homosexuality--Religious aspects.

1594. Delgado, Richard and Stefancic, Jean. Critical race theory : the cutting edge. 2nd ed. Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 2000. xix, 681 p.

Partial contents: Pt. IX. Gay-Lesbian Queer Issues. 29. Gendered Inequality / Elvia R. Arriola. 30. Out Yet Unseen: A Racial Critique of Gay and Lesbian Legal Theory and Political Discourse / Darren Lenard Hutchinson. 31. Sex and Race in Queer Legal Culture: ruminations on Identities and Interconnectivities / Francisco Valdes.

Law XXKF4755.C75 2000 .

Race discrimination--Law and legislation--United States/Race discrimination--United States/Critical legal studies--United States/Racism in language/United States--Race relations--Philosophy.

1595. Basedow, Jürgen. Die Rechtsstellung gleichgeschlechtlicher Lebensgemeinschaften. Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2000. vii, 423 p. (Beiträge zum ausländischen und internationalen Privatrecht, 70).

Max-Planck-Institut für Ausländisches und Internationales Privatrecht. Includes bibliographical references. Einleitung / Peter Dopffel und Hein Kötz -- 1. Teil: Länderberichte -- Gleichgeschlechtiche Lebensgemeinschaften im Recht der Nordischen Länder / Peter Dopffel und Jens M. Scherpe -- Die Rechtsstellung von Menschen mit homosexueller Veranlagung im niederländischen Recht / Katharina Boele-Woelki und Wendy Schrama -- Die Rechtsstellung gleichgeschlechtlicher Partnerschaften in Frankreich / Frédérque Ferrand -- Die Stellung gleichgeschlechtlicher Lebensgemeinschaften in Spanien und in spanischen Teilrechtsordnungen / Susanne Schlenker -- Ansätze für eine rechtliche Regelung der gleichgeschlechtlichen Lebensgemeinschaften in Ungarn / Christa Jessel-Holst -- United Kingdom law and the gay with special reference to gay marriages / Michael Freeman U.S. American law on same-sex marriage, formal and informal same-sex and heterosexual cohabitation arrangements, and same-sex relationships / Harry D. Krause -- 2 Teil: Gutachten aus theologischer, sexualwissenschaftlicher und sozialwissenschaftlicher Sicht -- Zu gesetzlichen Regelungen gleichgeschlechtlicher Lebensgemeinschaften, Forschungsbericht über die Haltung der katholischen Kirche / Hanspeter Heinz -- Zur rechtlichen Anerkennung gleichgeschlechtlicher Lebensgemeinschaften aus der Perspektive evangelischer Theologie und Kirche in Europa / Siegfried Keil -- Sexualwissenschaftliches Gutachten zur Homosexualität / Martin Dannecker -- Gleichgeschlechtliche Lebensgemeinschaften und kindliche Entwicklung / Wassilios E. Fthenakis -- 3. Teil: Rechtsvergleichende Gesamtwürdigung und Empfehlungen / Peter Dopffel, Hein Kötz und Jens M. Scherpe.

Law XXK3242.3.R434 2000.

Homosexuality--Law and legislation/Same-sex marriage/Men--Sexual behavior.

1596. Kranz, Rachel and Cusick, Tim. Gay rights. New York: Facts on File, c2000. iv, 297 p. (Library in a book).

Gen HQ76.8.U5 K73 2000.

Gay rights--United States.

1597. Rimmerman, Craig A., Wald, Kenneth D., and Wilcox, Clyde. The politics of gay rights. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2000. xvi, 460 p. (The Chicago series on sexuality, history, and society).

1. The Context of Gay Politics / Kenneth D. Wald -- 2. Cycles of Change, Questions of Strategy: The Gay and Lesbian Movement after Fifty Years / John D'Emilio -- 3. Beyond Political Mainstreaming: Reflections on Lesbian and Gay Organizations and the Grassroots / Craig A. Rimmerman -- 4. Where Rhetoric Meets Reality: The Role of Black Lesbians and Gays in "Queer" Politics / Keith O. Boykin -- 5. Lesbian and Gay Policy Priorities: Commonality and Difference / Jean Reith Schroedel and Pamela Fiber -- 6. Antigay: Varieties of Opposition to Gay Rights / John C. Green -- 7. The Gay Agenda Is the Devil's Agenda: The Christian Right's Vision and the Role of the State / Didi Herman -- 8. Direct Democracy and Gay Rights Initiatives after Romer / Todd Donovan, Jim Wenzel and Shaun Bowler -- 9. DOMA and ENDA: Congress Votes on Gay Rights / Gregory B. Lewis and Jonathan L. Edelson -- 10. Gays and AIDS: Democratizing Disease? / Mark Carl Rom -- 11. Sexuality and Military Service / Francine D'Amico -- The Politics of Gay Rights at the Local and State Level / James W. Butto, Barbara A. Rienzo and Kenneth D. Wald -- 13. Lesbian and Gay Politics in the States: Interest Groups, Electoral Politics, and Policy / Donald P. Haider-Markel -- 14. Gay and Lesbian Issues in the Congressional Arena / Colton C. Campbell and Roger H. Davidson -- 15. Sex and the Supreme Court: Gays, Lesbians, and Justice / Sarah E. Brewer, David Kaib and Karen O'Connor -- 16. Gay Rights in the Public Sphere: Public Opinion on Gay and Lesbian Equality / Clyde Wilcox and Robin Wolpert.

Gen HQ76.8.U5 P65 2000.

Gay rights--United States/Homosexuality--Political aspects--United States/Religion and politics--United States/United States--Politics and government--1989-/United States--Social conditions--1980-.

1598. Cain, Patricia A. Rainbow rights : the role of lawyers and courts in the lesbian and gay civil rights movement. Boulder, CO: Westview Press, 2000. xi, 316 p. (New perspectives on law, culture, and society).

Gen XXKF4754.5.C35 2000.

Homosexuality--Law and legislation--United States--History.

1599. Herman, Didi and Stychin, Carl F. Sexuality in the legal arena. London: Athlone, 2000. ix, 283 p.

A post-with/out a past? Sexual orientation and the post-colonial 'moment' in South Aftrica / Jennifer Spruill -- Constituting the global gay : issues of individual subjectivitry and sexuality in southern Africa / Oliver Phillips -- I'd rather be an outlaw : identity, activism and decriminalization in Tasmania / Emma M. Henderson -- Rewriting desire : the construction of sexual identity in literary and legal discourse in post-colonial Ireland / Patrick Hanafin -- The deviant gaze : imagining the homosexual as criminal through cinematic and legal discourses / Derek Dalton -- Homosexual advances in law : murderous excuse, pluralized ignorance and the privilege of unknowing / Adrian Howe -- Perverting London : the cartographic practices of law / Leslie J. Moran and Derek McGhee -- Making a mockery of marriage : domestic partnership and equal rights in Hawaii / Jonathan Goldberg-Hiller -- How to do things with sex / Heather Brook -- Aging and retirement are not unique to heterosexuals : Rosenberg v. Canada / Claire F.L. Young -- Straight families, queer lives? Heterosexual(izing) family law / Richard Collier -- Treading on dicey ground : citizenship and the politics of the rule of law / Rebecca Johnson and Thomas Kuttner -- The constitution made us queer : the sexual orientation clause in the South African constitution and the emergence of gay and lesbian identity / Pierre de Vos -- Queering international human rights law / Wayne Morgan.

XXK625.S498 2000 Gen, Law .

Sex and law.

1600. Rothschild, Cynthia and Long, Scott. Written out : how sexuality is used to attack women's organizing. San Francisco, CA, USA New Brunswick, NJ, USA: International Gay and Lesbian Human Rights Commission (IGLHRC) Center for Women's Global Leadership (CWGL), c2000. 147 p.

Law XXK3243.R685 2000.

Sex discrimination against women/Women's rights/Women--Societies and clubs.

1601. Gerstmann, Evan. The constitutional underclass : gays, lesbians, and the failure of class-based equal protection. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1999. x, 195 p.

Pt. I. The Conundrum of Class-Based Equal Protection. 1. The Failure of Equal Protection. 2. Equal Protection and the Development of the Tiered Framework of Judicial Scrutiny. 3. The Three-Tiered Framework as a System of Exclusion -- Pt. II. The Impact of Class-Based Equal Protection on Gays and Lesbians. 4. Class-Based Analysis and the Courts. 5. Class-Based Analysis and the Pulic Debate over Amendment 2. 6. The Judicial Response to Amendment 2 -- Pt. III. Moving Forward: A New Direction for Equal Protection. 7. Moving Away from Class-Based Analysis.

XXKF4754.5 .G47 1999 Gen, Harp, Law.

Gays--Legal status, laws, etc--United States/Lesbians--Legal status, laws, etc--United States/Homosexuality--Law and legislation--United States/Equality before the law--United States.

1602. Reuter, Hans-Richard. Ethik der Menschenrechte : Zum Streit um die Universalität einer Idee I. Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 1999. xii, 368 p. (Religion und Aufklärung, 5).

Partial contents: Universalismus von rechts, links und queer. Der rechtliche Kampf um homosexuelle Identität am Beispeil Kanadas / Annie Bunting.

Law JC571.E845 1999.

Human rights--Moral and ethical aspects/Human rights--Religious aspects.

1603. Brinig, Margaret F., Schneider, Carl, Teitelbaum, Lee E., and Posner, Richard A. Family law in action : a reader. Cincinnati, Ohio: Anderson Pub. Co, c1999. xxiv, 432 p. (Anderson's law school publications).

Partial contents: American gay / Stephen O. Murray.

Law XXKF505.A2B75 1999.

Domestic relations--United States.

1604. Eskridge, William N. Gaylaw : challenging the apartheid of the closet. Cambridge, Mass: Harvard University Press, 1999. ix, 470 p.

pt. 1. The Apartheid of the Closet. 1. Masquerade and the Law, 1880-1946. 2. Kulturkampf and the Threatening Closet, 1946-1961. 3. Coming Out and Challenging the Closet, 1961-1981 -- pt. 2. Remnants of the Closet (Don't Ask, Don't Tell). 4. Hardwick and Historiography. 5. The Sexualized First Amendment. 6. Multivocal Prejudices and Homo Equality -- pt. 3. After the Closet: Queer Theory and the Sexual State. 7. Sexual Consent Paradoxes. 8. Beyond Families We Choose. 9. Religion and Homosexuality: Equality Practice. app. Regulating Sexual and Gender Variation in the United States. A. Early Municipal and State Regulation. B. Modern State and Municipal Regulation. C. Statistics.

XXKF4754.5 .E84 1999 Gen, Law.

Homosexuality--Law and legislation--United States/Gays--Legal status, laws, etc--United States/Lesbians--Legal status, laws, etc--United States.

1605. Richards, David A. J. Identity and the case for gay rights : race, gender, religion as analogies . Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1999. xii, 234 p.

1. The Racial Analogy -- 2. The Gender Analogy. The Analogy between Race and Gender. The Analogy between Gender and Sexual Orientation -- 3. The Religious Analogy. Anti-Lesbian/Gay Initiatives. Exclusion from the Military. Same Sex Marriage -- 4. Identity and Justice.

HQ76.8.U5 R53 1999 Gen, Harp, Law, SSAd.

Gay rights--United States/African Americans--Civil rights/Women's rights--United States/Freedom of religion--United States/Gays--United States--Identity/Identity (Psychology)--United States.

1606. Baehr, P. R., Flinterman, C, and Senders, M. Innovation and inspiration : fifty years of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Amsterdam: Royal Academy of Arts and Sciences, 1999. viii, 238 p. (Verhandelingen der Koninklijke Nederlandse Akademie van Wetenschappen, Afd. Letterkunde, nieuwe reeks, d. 178).

Partial contents: Gay rights and the rights to a family: conflicts between liberal and illiberal belief systems / Rhoda E. Howard.

Law JC571.I556 1999, Gen AS244.A3 n.s. v.178.

United Nations--General Assembly/Human rights.

1607. Smith, Penny. Making rights work. Aldershot Brookfield USA: Ashgate/Dartmouth, c1999. xiii, 240 p.

Papers presented at a workshop held at Cardiff University, Wales, in 1995. "Socio-legal studies series"--Jacket. 1. Making Rights Work - The South African Experience / Albie Sachs -- 2. The Struggle for Women's Rights in South Africa / Fayeeza Kathree -- 3. Afikaner Perceptions of Self-Determination / Johan De Waal -- 4. The Protection of Language Rights in South Africa's Interim Constitution / Paul Farlam -- 5. Lessons from the Demise of Bophuthatswana / Stephen Nthite -- 6. Making Rights Work / John Griffith -- 7. The Genesis of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms / Mark R. MacGuigan -- 8. Anti-Discrimination Laws in Canada: Human Rights Commissions and the Search for Equality / John Hucker -- 9. Gender Equality and the Canadian Charter: Making Rights Work for Women? / Mary Jane Mossman -- 10. Rainbow's End: Getting Gay Rights Right / Helen Power -- 11. The Genesis of a European Law for the Protection of Minorities / Alain Fenet -- 12. Limiting the Freedom to Protest: Legal Responses to Direct Action / Fiona Donson -- 13. Rapporteur: Perspectives on 'Making Rights Work' / Stanley Ingber.

XXK3239.6 1999 Law.

Human rights/Civil rights--South Africa--Congresses/Civil rights--Canada--Congresses/Civil rights--Great Britain--Congresses.

1608. Berry, Mary Frances. The pig farmer's daughter and other tales of American justice : episodes of racism and sexism in the courts from 1865 to the present. 1st ed. New York: Knopf, 1999. 295 p.

Partial contents: 2. The Crime That Had No Name: Narratives of Gay and Lesbian Sex.

XXKF4757 .B44 1999 Gen, Law.

African Americans--Legal status, laws, etc/Sex crimes--United States/Discrimination in criminal justice administration--United States.

1609. Nussbaum, Martha Craven . Sex & social justice. New York: Oxford University Press, 1999. ix, 476 p.

Partial contents: 7. A Defense of Lesbian and Gay Rights.

HQ1150 .N87 1999 Gen, Law, LawC.

Feminism/Social justice/Sex role.

1610. Thomas, Laurence and Levin, Michael E. Sexual orientation and human rights . Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, c1999. vii, 183 p. (Point/counterpoint).

1. The Good Society and Sexual Orientation / Laurence M. Thomas -- 2. Against Homosexual Liberation / Michael E. Levin -- 3. Preferences and Equality: A Response to Levin / Laurence M. Thomas -- 4. Reply to Thomas / Michael E. Levin.

Gen HQ76.5 .T475 1999.

Gay rights--Philosophy/Homosexuality--Moral and ethical aspects.

1611. 1998 update on significant cases in lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender law. S.l: s.n, 1998. 1 v. (various pagings).

American Bar Association Section of Individual Rights and Responsibilities. American Bar Association Senior Lawyers Division. National Lesbian and Gay Law Association (U.S.) American Bar Association AIDS Coordinating Committee. Papers from a CLE program at the ABA 1998 annual meeting in Toronto. ABA section of Individual Rights and Responsibilities, co-presented with the National Lesbian and Gay Law Association. Co-sponsors AIDS Coordinating Committee, Senior Lawyers Division. "Monday, August 3, 1998." Speakers Henry Doering, Martha A. McCarthy,Tony Varona, Jeffrey G. Gibson, moderator.

Law XXKF4754.5.A15 1998.

Gays--Legal status, laws, etc--United States/Gays--Legal status, laws, etc--Canada/Bisexuals--Legal status, laws, etc--United States/Bisexuals--Legal status, laws, etc--United States/Transsexuals--Legal status, laws, etc--United States/Transsexuals--Legal status, laws, etc--United States.

1612. Miller, Diane Helene. Freedom to differ : the shaping of the gay and lesbian struggle for civil rights. New York: New York University Press, c1998. xvi, 195 p.

1. Constructions and Deconstructions: Gay Politics, Lesbian Feminism, and Civil Rights -- 2. Clinton's "Damn Lesbian": Politics and Visibility in the Achtenberg Debate -- 3. And the Ban Played On: Politics and Prejudice in the Cammermeyer Case -- 4. Conclusion: Envisioning Our Future.

HQ76.8.U5 M55 1998 Gen, Law.

Achtenberg, Roberta/Cammermeyer, Margarethe/Gay rights--United States--History/Lesbians--Legal status, laws, etc--United States/Women's rights--United States--History/Lesbian feminism--United States.

1613. Moran, Leslie J., Monk, Daniel, and Beresford, Sarah. Legal queeries : lesbian, gay, and transgender legal studies. London New York: Cassell, 1998. ix, 203 p.

Introduction / Leslie J. Moran, Daniel Monk and Sarah Beresford -- 1. 'Oscar Wilde': Law, Memory and the Proper Name / Leslie J. Moran -- 2. Institutionalizing Heterosexuality: The Legal Exclusion of 'Impossible' (Trans)sexualities / Andrew N. Sharpe -- 3. Gemeinschaftsfremden - or How to Be Shafted by Your Friends: Sterilization Requirements and Legal Status Recognition for the Transsexual / Stephen Whittle -- 4. The Lesbian Mother: Questions of Gender and Sexual Identity / Sarah Beresford -- 5. The Possibility of a Registered Partnership under German Law / Judith Rauhofer -- 6. Law, Childhood Innocence and Sexuality / Craig Lind -- 7. Beyond Section 28: Law, Governance and Sex Education / Daniel Monk -- 8. What's in a Name: Naming Legal Needs in AIDS Service Organizations / Petra Wilson -- 9. The Netherlands: Front Runners in Anti-discrimination Laws / Martin Moerings -- 10. Gay and Lesbian Sexualities in South Africa: From Outlawed to Constitutionally Protected / Ronald Louw -- 11. Piecemeal to Equality: Scottish Gay Law Reform / Brian Dempsey -- 12. Intimate Queer Celluloid: Heavenly Creatures and Criminal Law / Elena Loizidou -- 13. Queering Theory: An Essay on the Conceit of Revolution in Law / Larry Cata Backer.

Law XXK3242.3.Z9 L448 1998.

Gays--Legal status, laws, etc.

1614. Tatalovich, Raymond and Daynes, Byron W. Moral controversies in American politics : cases in social regulatory policy. Armonk, N.Y: M.E. Sharpe, c1998. xxxiv, 283 p.

Rev. and expanded ed. of: Social regulatory policy. 1988. Partial contents: 4. Gay Rights: Lifestyle or Immorality? / Margaret Ellis.

XXKF450.P8 M67 1998 Law .

Public policy (Law)--United States/Social norms--Case studies/Civil rights--United States--Case studies/Social values--United States--Case studies/United States--Social policy--Case studies.

1615. Kairys, David. The politics of law : a progressive critique. 3rd ed. New York: Basic Books, c1998. ix, 738 p.

Partial contents: 5. Gay Rights and Identity Imitation: Issues in the Ethics of Representation / Janet E. Halley.

XXKF8700 .P65 1998 Law .

Political questions and judicial power--United States/Justice, Administration of--United States/Judicial process--United States/Law and politics.

1616. Robson, Ruthann. Sappho goes to law school : fragments in lesbian legal theory. New York: Columbia University Press, c1998. xv, 303 p. (Between men--between women).

1. The Specter of a Lesbian Supreme Court Justice: Problems of Identity -- 2. Incendiary Categories -- 3. Convictions: Lesbians and Criminal Justice - 4. Embodiment(s) -- 5. Taxonomies and Reflections: The Feminist Jurisprudence Question -- 6. Beginning from (My) Experience: Lesbian Narratives -- 7. The Codification of Lesbian Relationships: Examples from Law and Literature -- 8. States of Marriage -- 9. Resisting the Family: Repositioning Lesbians -- 10. The Third Sex, Third Parties, and Child Custody -- 11. Neither Sexy Nor Reasonable -- 12. To Market, to Market: Considering Class -- 13. Lesbian Sex in a Law School Classroom.

XXK349 .R63 1998 Gen, Law.

Feminist jurisprudence/Lesbians--Legal status, laws, etc.

1617. Keen, Lisa and Goldberg, Suzanne B. Strangers to the law : gay people on trial. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, c1998. xi, 272 p. (Law, meaning, and violence).

Ch. 1. The Stakes -- Ch. 2. Prelude to a Trial -- Ch. 3. The Science of Sexuality -- Ch. 4. A History of Hate -- Ch. 5. The Politics of Law -- Ch. 6. Civil Rights and "Special Rights" -- Ch. 7. Morality Plays -- Ch. 8. The Colorado Verdicts -- Ch. 9. The U.S. Supreme Court -- Ch. 10. The Law and Social Change -- App. Text of U.S. Supreme Court Decision in Romer v. Evans.

XXKF228.E94 K44 1998 Gen, Law.

Evans, Richard G/Colorado--Governor (1987- : Romer)/Gays--Legal status, laws, etc--Colorado/Gay rights--Colorado.

1618. Sloan, Lacey M. and Gustavsson, Nora S. Violence and social injustice against lesbian, gay and bisexual people. New York: Haworth Press, c1998. xvi, 131 p.

Co-published simultaneously as Journal of gay & lesbian social services, Volume 8, Number 3, 1998. Foreword / Claire Renzetti -- Introduction / Nora S. Gustavsson and Lacey M. Sloan -- Violence. Conceptualizing Violence Against Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Intersexual, and Transgendered People / Steven J. Onken. Hate Crimes Motivated by Sexual Orientation: Police Reporting and Training / Lacey M. Sloan, Linda King and Sandra Sheppard. Violence and Lesbian and Gay Youth / Nora S. Gustavsson and Ann E. MacEachron. Prevalence of Suicide Attempts and Suicidal Ideation Among Lesbian and Gay Youth / Christine Flynn Saulnier -- Social Injustice. Wedded to the Status Quo: Same-Sex Marriage After Baehr v. Lewin / Sandra Koels. Working Against Discrimination: Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual People on the Job / Jeane W. Anastas. Mujer, Latina, Lesbiana - Notes on the Multidimensionality of Economic and Sociopolitical Injustice / Dorie Gilbert Martinez. Homosexuality and Latino/as: Towards an Integration of Identities / Flavio Francisco Marsiglia.

HV6250.4.H66 V56 1998 Gen, Law.

Gay men--Crimes against/Lesbians--Crimes against/Bisexuals--Crimes against/Social justice/Discrimination.

1619. Richards, David A. J. Women, gays, and the constitution : the grounds for feminism and gay rights in culture and law. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1998. xiv, 531 p.

1. The Interpretive Challenge -- 2. Abolitionist Antislavery and Antiracism -- 3. Abolitionist Feminism -- 4. Suffrage Feminism: Struggle, Triumph, Collapse -- 5. Second Wave Feminism as Abolitionist Feminism -- 6. The Case for Gay Rights -- 7. Unconstitutionality of Antigay/Lesbian Initiatives -- 8. The Case for Gay Rights: The Military and Marriage -- 9. Conclusion: Identiy and Justice.

XXKF4754.5 .R53 1998 Gen, Law.

Gays--Legal status, laws, etc--United States/Sex and law--United States/Feminism--United States.

1620. Witt, Stephanie L. and McCorkle, Suzanne. Anti-gay rights : assessing voter initiatives. Westport, Conn: Praeger, 1997. vi, 200 p.

Gen HQ76.8.U5 A67 1997.

Gay rights--United States/Referendum--United States.

1621. Cossman, Brenda. Bad attitude/s on trial : pornography, feminism, and the Butler decision. Toronto Buffalo: University of Toronto Press, c1997. ix, 273 p.

Incudes chapter: 4. 'It's Merely Designed for Sexual Arousal': Interrogating the Indefensibility of Lesbian Smut / Becki L. Ross.

HQ472.C2B23 1997 Gen, Law.

Butler, Donald Victor/Pornography--Political aspects--Canada/Pornography--Social aspects--Canada/Obscenity (Law)--Canada/Feminism--Canada.

1622. Rubenstein, William B. Cases and materials on sexual orientation and the law. 2nd ed. St. Paul, Minn: West Pub. Co, 1997. xlv, 922 p. (American casebook series).

Rev. ed. of: Lesbians, gay men, and the law. c1993. Includes index.

Law XXKF4754.5.A7L480 1997.

Homosexuality--Law and legislation--United States--Cases/Lesbians--Civil rights--United States--Cases/Gay men--Civil rights--United States--Cases.

1623. Shapiro, Ian and Kymlicka, Will. Ethnicity and group rights. New York: New York University Press, c1997. xiv, 627 p. (Nomos, 39).

"Began as papers and commentaries read at the Annual Meeting of the American Society for Political and Legal Philosphy held in conjunction with the Association of American Law Schools, held in New Orleans, Louisiana in January 1995"--Partial contents: 18. Straight Gay Politics: The Limits of an Ethnic Model of Inclusion / Cathy J. Cohen.

JC571.E755 1997 Gen, Law.

Ethnicity--Congresses/Human rights/Toleration--Congresses/Multiculturalism--Congresses.

1624. Swan, Wallace. Gay/lesbian/bisexual/transgender public policy issues : a citizen's and administrator's guide to the new cultural struggle. New York: Harrington Park Press, 1997. xxii, 148 p. (Haworth gay & lesbian studies).

Gen HQ76.8.U5 G358 1997.

Gay rights--United States/Gays--Government policy--United States/Bisexuals--Government policy--United States/Transsexuals--Government policy--United States.

1625. Robson, Ruthann and Duberman, Martin B. Gay men, lesbians, and the law. New York: Chelsea House Publishers, c1997. 119 p. (Issues in lesbian and gay life).

Discusses the legal aspects of homosexuality in such areas as discrimination, education, and health.

Law XXKF4754.5.Z9 R63 1995.

Homosexuality--Law and legislation--United States--Juvenile literature/Lesbians--Legal status, laws, etc--United States--Juvenile literature/Gay men--Legal status, laws, etc--United States--Juvenile literature/Homosexuality--Law and legislation.

1626. Roleff, Tamara L. Gay rights. San Diego, CA: Greenhaven Press, c1997. 191 p. (Current controversies).

Gen HQ76.3.U5 G394 1997.

Gay rights--United States/Gays--United States.

1627. Leonard, Arthur S. Homosexuality and the Constitution. New York: Garland Pub, 1997. 4 v. (Controversies in constitutional law).

1. Homosexual conduct and state regulation -- 2. Homosexuals and the military -- 3. Homosexuality, politics, and speech -- 4. Homosexuality and the family.

XXKF4754.5 .H645 1997 Gen.

Homosexuality--Law and legislation--United States/Gay rights--United States.

1628. Phillips, Patricia and Mair, George. Know your rights : a legal handbook for women only. New York: Macmillan/Arco, c1997. 262 p.

Partial contents: Ch. 14. Inheritance and Other Legal Rights for Lesbians.

XXKF478.Z9 P45 1997 Law.

Women--Legal status, laws, etc--United States--Popular works.

1629. Rubenstein, William B. Lesbians, gay men, and the law : cases and materials. 2nd ed. St. Paul, Minn: West Pub. Co, 1997. xliii, 922 p. (American casebook series).

Includes index.

Law XXKF4754.5.A7L480 1997.

Homosexuality--Law and legislation--United States--Cases/Lesbians--Civil rights--United States--Cases/Gay men--Civil rights--United States--Cases.

1630. Irons, Peter H. May it please the court : the First Amendment ; transcripts of the oral arguments made before the Supreme Court in sixteen key First Amendment cases. New York: New Press Distributed by W.W. Norton, 1997. x, 262 p. (May it please the court series).

Partial contents: Case 9, Hurley v. Irish-American Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual Group of Boston.

Actual recorded oral arguments leading to landmark rulings.

LawRar XXKF4770.M35 1997.

United States--Supreme Court/United States/Freedom of speech--United States/Civil rights--United States--Cases.

1631. Button, James W., Rienzo, Barbara Ann, and Wald, Kenneth D. Private lives, public conflicts : battles over gay rights in American communities. Washington, D.C: CQ Press, c1997. xv, 223 p.

Gen, Law HQ76.8.U5 B87 1997.

Gay rights--United States/Gay men--Legal status, laws, etc--United States/Lesbians--Legal status, laws, etc--United States/Homosexuality--Government policy--United States/United States--Politics and government--1989-/United States--Social conditions--1980-.

1632. Ignatius, Sarah. Representing asylum seekers : an introduction to the complex field of immigration law. Boston, MA: Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education, c1997. xvi, 438 p.

Partial contents: Pink asylum: political asylum eligibility of gay men and lesbians under U.S. immigration policy / Jim S. Park.

Law XXKF4836.Z9R47 1997.

Political refugees--Legal status, laws, etc--United States/Asylum, Right of--United States/Emigration and immigration law--United States/Legal assistance to refugees--United States.

1633. Estlund, David M. and Nussbaum, Martha Craven. Sex, preference, and family : essays on law and nature. New York: Oxford University Press, 1997. viii, 349 p.

Partial contents: 3. Sexual Orientation and Gender: Dichotomizing Differences / Susan Moller Okin -- 8. The Economic Approach to Homosexuality / Richard A. Posner -- 9. The Sexual Economist and Legal Regulation of the Sexual Orientations / Janet E. Halley -- 10. Homosexuality and the Constitution / Cass R. Sunsten -- 13. Beyond Lesbian and Gay "Families We Choose" / William N. Eskridge, Jr.

Law XXK625.L390 1997.

Persons (Law)/Sex and law/Domestic relations/Natural law.

1634. Kaplan, Morris B. Sexual justice : democratic citizenship and the politics of desire. New York: Routledge, 1997. xix, 281 p.

Law HQ76.8.U5K36 1997.

Gay rights--United States/Gays--Legal status, laws, etc--United States/Homosexuality--Law and legislation--United States.

1635. Kaplan, Morris B. Sexual justice : democratic citizenship and the politics of desire. New York: Routledge, 1997. xix, 281 p.

Ch. 1. Theorizing Lesbian and Gay Rights: Liberty, Equality, and Community -- Ch. 2. Historicizing Sexuality: Forms of Desire and the Construction of Identities -- Ch. 3. Eros Unbound: A Queer Reading of Plato's Symposium -- Ch. 4. Psychoanalyzing the "Third Sex": Homosexuality, Sexual Difference and Fantasy -- Ch. 5. Refiguring the Jewish Question: Hannah Arendt, Political Equality, and Social Difference -- Ch. 6. Queer Citizenship: Thoreau's "Civil Disobedience" and the Ethics of Self-Making -- Ch. 7. Intimacy and Equality: The Question of Lesbian and Gay Marriage.

HQ76.8.U5K36 1997 Gen, Law.

Gay rights--United States/Gays--Legal status, laws, etc--United States/Homosexuality--Law and legislation--United States.

1636. Bamforth, Nicholas. Sexuality, morals and justice : a theory of lesbian and gay rights law. London Washington [D.C.]: Cassell, 1997. viii, 310 p.

1. Themes -- 2. Injustice under Law? -- 3. Understanding Lesbian and Gay Rights -- 4. Justifications: Their Nature and Operation -- 5. Justifications for Prohibition or Restriction -- 6. Justifications for Legal Protection: Immutability, Respect for Privacy, and Liberationism -- 7. Justifications for Legal Protection: Equality and Beyond -- 8. The Limits of Law and Law Reform.

XXKD4103 .B36 1997 Gen, Law .

Homosexuality--Law and legislation--Great Britain/Discrimination--Law and legislation--Great Britain/Homosexuality--Moral and ethical aspects.

1637. West, D. J. and Green, Richard. Sociolegal control of homosexuality : a multi-nation comparison. New York: Plenum Press, c1997. xviii, 354 p. (Perspectives in sexuality).

Gen HQ76.25 .S65 1997.

Homosexuality--Cross-cultural studies/Homosexuality--Law and legislation--Cross-cultural studies/Gay men--Legal status, laws, etc/Gay men--Mental health/Lesbians--Legal status, laws, etc/Lesbians--Mental health.

1638. Schram, Sanford and Neisser, Philip T. Tales of the state : narrative in contemporary U.S. politics and public policy. Lanham, Md: Rowman & Littlefield, c1997. vii, 270 p.

Partial contents: 7. Talking Straight: Narrating the Political Economy of Gay Rights / Jonathan Goldberg-Hiller.

JK468.P64 T35 1997 Gen, SSAd.

Political planning--United States--Case studies/Discourse analysis, Narrative/United States--Social policy--Case studies/United States--Foreign relations--Case studies.

1639. Meier, Robert F. and Geis, Gilbert. Victimless crime? : prostitution, drugs, homosexuality, and abortion. Los Angeles, Calif: Roxbury Pub, c1997. viii, 216 p. (The Roxbury series in crime, justice, and law).

Gen, Law HV6705 .M45 1997.

Crimes without victims/Crimes without victims--United States/Law and ethics.

1640. Walkowski, Paul J. and Connoly, William M. From trial court to the United States Supreme Court : anatomy of a free speech case : the incredible inside story behind the theft of the St. Patrick's Day parade. Boston: Branden Pub. Co, c1996. xiii, 626 p.

Gen, Law XXKF228.A45W350 1996.

Allied War Veterans Council of South Boston/Irish-American Gay, Lesbian & Bisexual Group of Boston/Freedom of speech--United States/Saint Patrick's Day--Massachusetts--Boston/Parades--Massachusetts--Boston.

1641. Colker, Ruth. Hybrid : bisexuals, multiracials, and other misfits under American law. New York: New York University Press, c1996. xiv, 300 p. (Critical America).

Partial contents: A bi jurisprudence -- Sexual orientation.

Gen, Law XXKF4749.C640 1996.

Discrimination--Law and legislation--United States/Minorities--Legal status, laws, etc--United States/Sexual orientation--United States/Law--Social aspects--United States/United States--Race relations.

1642. Leahy, Michael P. T. and Cohn-Sherbok, Dan. The liberation debate : rights at issue. London New York: Routledge, 1996. xiv, 264 p.

Law JC571.L541460 1996.

Human rights/Women's rights/Blacks--Civil rights/Afro-Americans--Civil rights/Gays--Civil rights/Children's rights/Animal rights/Liberation theology.

1643. Coles, Matthew A. Try this at home! : a do-it-yourself guide to instituting lesbian/gay rights policy : an ACLU handbook. New York: The New Press, 1996. xx, 308 p.

Gen HQ76.8.U5C650 1996.

Gay rights--United States--Handbooks, manuals, etc/Gay men--United States--Political activity--Handbooks, manuals, etc/Lesbians--United States--Political activity--Handbooks, manuals, etc/Civil rights--United States--Handbooks, manuals, etc/United States--Social policy--Handbooks, manuals, etc.

1644. Vaid, Urvashi, Hormel, James, International Gay and Lesbian Human Rights Commission, and Community United Against Violence. The International Tribunal on Human Rights Violations Against Sexual Minorities. New York City: IGLHRC, 1995. 36 p.

Cover title. "Tuesday, October 17, 1995." Tribunal co-sponsors: the International Gay & Lesbian Human Rights Commission, Community United Against Violence.

Law XXK3242.3.I674 1995.

Gays--Legal status, laws, etc/Homosexuality--Law and legislation/Lesbians--Legal status, laws, etc.

1645. Stychin, Carl F. Law's desire : sexuality and the limits of justice. London New York: Routledge, 1995. ix, 186 p.

Includes index.

Gen, Law XXK646.S790 1995.

Homosexuality--Law and legislation--United States/Homosexuality--Law and legislation--Canada/Homosexuality--Law and legislation--Great Britain/Sex and law.

1646. Herman, Didi and Stychin, Carl F. Legal inversions : lesbians, gay men, and the politics of law. Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1995. xv, 223 p.

Gen XXK3242.3.Z9L440 1995.

Homosexuality--Law and legislation/Lesbians--Legal status, laws, etc/Gay men--Legal status, laws, etc.

1647. Wolpert, Robin M. Reframing the countermajoritarian problem : accountability, representation, and judicial review. Thesis (Ph. D.)--University of Chicago, Dept. of Political Science, December 1995, 1995. 2 v. (x, 424 leaves).

Gen JK9999.W86.

United States--Supreme Court/Judicial review--United States/Representative government and representation--United States/Gay rights--United States--Cases/Flags--Desecration--Law and legislation--United States/Busing for school integration--Law and legislation--United States/Law and politics/United States--Constitutional law--Interpretation and construction.

1648. Heinze, Eric. Sexual orientation : a human right : an essay on international human rights law. Dordrecht Boston: M. Nijhoff Publishers, c1995. xxi, 416 p.

Gen, Law XXK3242.3.H450 1995.

Homosexuality--Law and legislation/Gays--Legal status, laws, etc/Human rights.

1649. Wintemute, Robert. Sexual orientation and human rights : the United States Constitution, the European Convention, and the Canadian Charter. New York: Clarendon Press, 1995. xxxiv, 292 p.

Gen, Law HQ76.5.W560 1995.

Gay rights/Human rights/Sexual orientation/Gays--Legal status, laws, etc.

1650. Amnesty International USA. Breaking the silence : human rights violations based on sexual orientation. New York, NY: Amnesty International Publications, 1994. 53 p.

"An AIUSA Report.".

Gen, Law XXK3242.B743 1994.

Human rights/Gay rights/Gay rights.

1651. Nava, Michael and Dawidoff, Robert. Created equal : why gay rights matter to America. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1994. xvi, 175 p.

Preface: "Thank You, Rosa Parks" -- Ch. 1. The Ick Factor: Homosexuality, Citizenship, and the Constitution -- Ch. 2. Big Lies, Hard Truths -- Ch. 3. How Prejudice Works -- Ch. 4. "God Hates Fags" -- Ch. 5. The Ghost in the Machine -- Ch. 6. What Do They Want, Anyway? -- Conclusion: Created Equal.

Gen, Law HQ76.8.U5N380 1994.

Gays--United States/Gay rights--United States.

1652. Magnuson, Roger J. Informed answers to gay rights questions. Sisters, Or: Multnomah, c1994. 198 p.

Gen HQ76.3.U5M330 1994.

Homosexuality--Religious aspects--Christianity/Homophobia--Religious aspects--Christianity/Gay rights--United States/Lesbians--Civil rights--United States.

1653. Dworkin, Gerald. Morality, harm, and the law. Boulder, CO: Westview Press, 1994. x, 195 p.

Partial contents: 6. Homosexuality. Bowers v. Hardwick. Commonwealth of Kentucky v. Jeffrey Wasson. Moral Argument and Liberal Toleration: Abortion and Homosexuality / Michael J. Sandel. Men Only / John Garvey.

Law XXK235.M670 1994.

Law--Philosophy/Law and ethics.

1654. Mohr, Richard D. A more perfect union : why straight America must stand up for gay rights. Boston: Beacon Press, 1994. xiv, 125 p.

Gen HQ76.3.U5M6430 1994.

Gays--United States/Gay rights--United States.

1655. Brugger, Winfried. Persönlichkeitsentfaltung als Grundwert der Amerikanischen Verfassung : dargestellt am Beispiel des Streits um den Schutz von Abtreibung und Homosexualität. Heidelberg: C.F. Müller Juristischer Verlag, c1994. vii, 58 p.


Civil rights--United States/Civil rights--Germany/United States--Constitutional law/Germany--Constitutional law.

1656. Los Angeles County Bar Association Committee on Sexual Orientation Bias and Mandel, Joseph D. Report. [Los Angeles, Calif: Los Angeles County Bar Association, 1994. 2 v. in 1 (various pagings).

Running title: Los Angeles County Bar Association report on sexual orientation bias. "Adopted by the Los Angeles County Bar Association, Board of Trustees on June 22, 1994.".

Law XXKFC573.G38L673 1994.

Sex discrimination in employment--California--Los Angeles County/Gays--Employment--California--Los Angeles County/Lawyers--California--Los Angeles County.

1657. Washington (State) Dept. of Social and Health Services Planning, Research & Development Task Force on Gay and Lesbian Concerns. Final report 1993 : Task Force on Gay and Lesbian Concerns. Olympia, Wash: Office of the Secretary, Planning, Research, and Development, Dept. of Social and Health Services, 1993. 32, 39 p.

"January 1993.".

Gen HQ76.3.U52W280 1993.

Gays--Government policy--Washington (State).

1658. Rubenstein, William B. Lesbians, gay men, and the law. 1st ed. New York: New Press Distributed by W.W. Norton, c1993. xxi, 569 p. (New Press law in context series).

1. Basic Documents. I. Sexuality. II. Identity. III. Sin. IV. Sickness -- 2. The Regulation of Lesbian and Gay Sexuality. I. What Are Sodomy Laws? II. The Movement to Eradicate Sodomy Laws. III. Bowers v. Hardwick. IV. After Hardwick -- 3. The Regulation Of Lesbian and Gay Identity: Coming Out - Speaking Out - Joining In. I. High School. II. College. III. Social/Political Associations and the State. IV. Censorship. V. Outing. VI. Lesbian/Gay Identity in the 1990s -- 4. Lesbians and Gay Men in the Workplace. I. Introduction. II. Private Employment. III. Public Employment -- 5. Legal Recognition Of Lesbian And Gay Relationships. I. Introduction. II. Marriage. III. Non-Marital Forms of Recognition -- 6. Lesbian and Gay Parenting. I. Introduction. II. Parenting Disputes Arising from Heterosexual Marriage. III. The Formation of Lesbian and Gay Families. IV. The Dissolution of Lesbian and Gay Families.

Gen, Law XXKF4754.5.A7L480 1993.

Homosexuality--Law and legislation--United States--Cases/Gay rights--United States--Cases/Homosexuality--United States/Lesbians--United States/Gay men--United States.

1659. Wintemute, Robert. Sexual orientation discrimination and constitutional human rights law : the United States Constitution, the European Convention on Human Rights, and the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms. Thesis (doctoral)--Oxford University, Faculty of Law, 1993, 1993. 303 p.

Typescript (photocopy). "Michaelmas term 1992 (18 January 1993).".

Law XXK3242.3.W567 1993.

Canada/United States/Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms/Homosexuality--Law and legislation--Europe/Homosexuality--Law and legislation--Canada/Homosexuality--Law and legislation--United States/Sex discrimination.

1660. Leonard, Arthur S. Sexuality and the law : an encyclopedia of major legal cases. New York: Garland Pub, 1993. xx, 709 p.

91. Finding a Rational Basis for Naval Discrimination: Beller v. Middendorf (1980). 92. Revisiting Gay Sex in the Navy: Dronenburg v. Zech (1984). 93. The Case of the "Model Gay Soldier": Watkins v. United States Army (1989). 94. Can We Talk About It?: Discharge for Speaking Out: BenShalom v. Marsh (1989).g95. Pure and Simple Status Discrimination?: Woodward v. United States (1989). 96. Security Clearances for CIA Contractor Employees: Dubbs v. Central Inteligence Agency (1989). 97. Heightened Scrutiny of Gay Security Clearances: High Tech Gays v. Defense Industrial Security Clearance Office (1990). 98. What Is the Army's Rationale for Discrimination?: Pruitt v. Cheney (1991) -- Ch. 7. Educational Institutions. 99. Public Schoolteachers and Homosexual Acts: Morrison v. State Board of Education (1969). 100. The "Catch-22" For Gay Teachers: Acanfora v. Board of Education of Montgomery County (1974). 101. Gay Students Have a Right to "Party": Gay Students Organization of the University of New Hampshire v. Bonner (1974). 102. Can a Teacher Change His Sex (And Still Be a Teacher)?: In re Grossman (1974). 103. Communicating Through the Campus Press: Gay Advertising: Mississippi Gay Allance v. Goudelock (1976). 104. Public Sexuality and Fitness to Teach: Board of Education of Long Beach Unified School District v. Jack M. (1977). 105. A Violation of Due Process Against a Gay Teacher: Gaylord v. Tacoma School District No. 10 (1977). 106. Is Homosexuality Spread Like "Measles"?: Gay Lib v. University of Missouri (1977). 107. The Prom Date and the Principal: Fricke v. Lynch (1980). 108. Can Educators Speak About Their Sexuality?: Rowland v. Mad River Local School District (1984). 109. Can Public Schoolteachers Advocate Sodomy Law Reform?: National Gay Task Force v. Board of Education of the City of Oklahoma City (1984). 110. "Intolerance Day" At Madison High: Solmitz v. Maine School Administrative District No. 59 (1985). 111. Is "Recognition" A Form of "Endorsement"?: Gay Rights Coalition of Georgetown University Law Center v. Georgetown University (1987). 112. Gay Students Entitled to Nondiscriminatory Funding: Gay and Lesbian Students Association v. Gohn (1988) -- Ch. 8. Immigration and Naturalization. 113. Gay Aliens as Excludable Psychopaths: Boutilier v. Immigration & Naturalization Service (1967). 114. Is Homosexuality a Disqualification for Citizenship?: Nemetz v. Immigration & Naturalization Service (1981). 115. A Gay Family Battles the Immigration Service: Adams v. Howerton (1982). 116. Parsing the Immigration Law: When Is a "Psychopath" Not?: Lesbian/Gay Frecdom Day Committee, Inc. v. U.S. Immigration & Naturalization Service (1982); In re Longstaff(1983) -- Ch. 9. Estates and Trusts. 117. Undue Influence and the Homosexual Testator: In re Kaufmann's Will (Weiss v. Kaufmann) (1964). 118. Are Gay Domestic Partners "Concubines"?: In re Bacot (1987). 119. Can Gays Claim Spousal Shares from Their Lovers' Estates?: Estate of Cooper (1990). Ch. 1. Reproduction. 1. Constitutionality of Eugenic Sterilization: Buck v. Bell (1927). 2. Can the State Sterilize Criminals?: Skinner v. Oklahoma (1942). 3. The Right to Sexual Privacy: A "Dry Run": Poe v. Ullman (1961). 4. The Modern Right of Sexual Privacy Is Born: Griswold v. Connecticut (1965). 5. Reproductive Freedom for the Individual: Eisenstadt v. Baird (1972). 6. Abortion and the Right to Privacy: Roe v. Wade (1973); Doe v. Bolton (1973). 7. Kids Can Get Condoms, Too!: Carey v. Population Services International (1977). 8. Is Surrogate Parenting "Baby Selling"?: Surrogate Parenting Associates, Inc. v. Kentucky (1986). 9. Rights of the Donor and Recipient of Semen: Jhordan C. v. Mary K. (1986) -- Ch. 2. Criminal Law and Sexual Conduct. 10. Reforming the Texas Sodomy Law: Buchanan v. Batchelor (1970). 11. Toilet Sex and Surreptitious Surveillance: People v. Triggs (1973). 12. Is "Crime Against Nature" Too Vague?: Wainwright v. Stone (1973). 13. What Is "Unnatural" Sexual Conduct?: Commonwealth v. Balthazar (1974). 14. A Failed Attempt to Challenge a Sodomy Law: Doe v. Commonwealth's Attorney for City of Richmond (1975). 15. Is Oral-Genital Sex a "Crime Against Nature"?: Rose v. Locke (1975). 16. Is a "Sodomous" Menage a Trois "Private"?: Lovisi v. Slayton (1976). 17. Fornication: "A Grubby Little Exercise in Self-Gratification?": State v. Saunders (1977). 18. How to Preserve a Vague Solicitation Statute: Poor v. Municipal Court for Los Angeles County (1979). 19. Doing "It" On Stage: Theatrical Oral Sex: Commonwealth v. Bonadio (1980). 20. Deregulating Sexual Solicitation: Commonwealth v. Sefranka (1980). 21. Privacy, Equality, and Sexual Freedom: People v. Onofre (1980). 22. "Statutory Rape" and Equal Protection: Michael M. v. Superior Court of Sonoma County (1981). 23. There's No Harm in Asking?: Soliciting Lawful Sex: People v. Uplinger (1983). 24. Does the Constitution Protect Adulterers?: Commonwealth v. Stowell (1983). 25. Reporting to Big Brother?: Registration for Sex Offenders: In re Reed (1983). 26. A Second Challenge to the Texas Sodomy Laws: Baker v. Wade (1985). 27. Sex and the Single Person: A Federal Constitutional Forum?: Doe v. Duling (1985). 28. Cross-Dressing and the Constitution: D.C. and M.S. v. City of St. Louis (1986). 29. A Sodomy Law Withstands Federal Constitutional Privacy Challenge: Bowers v. Hardwick (1986). 30. Look But Don't Touch: State v. Walsh (1986). 31. Commercial Sex and the Right of Privacy: State v. Gray (1987); Cherry v. Koch (1987). 32. Finding Friends in the Strangest Places: People v. Superior Court (Caswell) (1988). 33. Whither Heterosexual "Sodomy"?: Post v. State (1986); Schochet v. State (1990) -- Ch. 3. Speech and Association. 34. The Gay Bar and the Right to Hang Out Together: Stoumen v. Reilly (1951); Vallerga v. Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control (1959). 35. Prurience and the Supreme Court: Roth v. United States (1957). 36. The Right to Mail Homosexually Oriented Publications: One, Inc. v. Olesen (1958); Manual Enterprises, Inc. v. Day (1962). 37. Obscenity in the Privacy of the Home: Stanley v. Georgia (1969). 38. Obscenity and "Community Standards": Miller v. California (1973). 39. States Can Close Down "Porn" Theaters: Paris Adult Theatre I v. Slaton (1973). 40. Hippies and the Constitution: United States Department of Agriculture v. Moreno (1973). 41. Empowering Sexual Minorities Through Legal Organization: In re Thom (1973). 42. Public Employees May Advocate for Gay Rights: Van Ooteghem v. Gray (1980). 43. Standing on the Corner, Watching the Parade Go by: Olivieri v. Ward (1985). 44. Where Can You Watch a Sexy Film?: City of Renton v. Playtime Theatres, Inc. (1986). 45. Does Sexual Activity in Bookstores Have First Amendment Protection?: Arcara v. Cloud Books, Inc. (1986). 46. Refusing Advertising from Gay Businesses: Hatheway v. Gannett Satellite Information Network, Inc. (1990). 47. When Can a State Prohibit Dancing in the Nude?: Barnes v. Glen Theatre, Inc. (1991) -- Ch. 4. The Family. 48. The Right of Marital Choice: Loving v. Virginia (1967). 49. Judicial Discretion and the Lesbian Mother: Nadler v. Superior Court, Sacramento County (1967). 50. Constitutional Rights of the Unwed Father: Stanley v. Illinois (1972). 51. Must the State Authorize Same-Sex Marriage?: Baker v. Nelson (1971); Singer v. Hara (1974). 52. "Palimony" And the Cohabiting Couple: Marvin v. Marvin (1976). 53. Family Diversity and the Single-Family Zoning Law: Moore v. City of East Cleveland (1977). 54. Visitation With Lover Present?: Distefano v. Distefano (1978); Gottlieb v. Gottlieb (1985). 55. Merging Lesbian Households?: Schuster v. Schuster (1978). 56. Child Custody and the Fornicating Mother: Jarrett v. Jarrett (1979). 57. Sexual Orientation and Maternal Fitness: Bezio v. Patenaude (1980). 58. Interracial Couples and Child Custody: Palmore v. Sidoti (1984). 59. Creating "Gay Families" Through Adult Adoptions; In re Adult Adoption of Robert Paul P.; In re Adult Anonymous II (1982). 60. Custody Rights of Gay Fathers in Relationships: Roe v. Roe (1985). 61. When Mother Lives a "Homosexual Lifestyle": S.N.E. v. R.L.B. (1985). 62. The Rights of the Transsexual Parent: Daly v. Daly (1986). 63. Societal Prejudice and the Lesbian Mother: S.E.G. v. R.A.G. (1987). 64. "Sexual Misconduct," Child Custody, and the Primary Caretaker: David M. v. Margaret M. (1989). 65. Gays as Adoptive Or Foster Parents: Babets v. Dukakis (1986); Opinion of the Justices (1987); In re Adoption of Charles B. (1990). 66. No Recovery for Cohabitants: Ellen v. Shellon (1988). 67. Defining New Family Forms: Braschi v. Stahl Associates Co. (1989). 68. Lingering Suspicion of Lesbian Mothers: White v. Thompson (1990). 69. Can You Still Be My "Mommy"?: Visitation and the Lesbian Co-Parent: Alison D. v. Virginia M. (1991). 70. A Lesbian Couple as a "Family of Affinity": In re Guardianship of Sharon Kowalski (1991) -- Ch. 5. Discrimination: The Civilian Sector. 71. Basic Protection for Gay Federal Employees: Norton v. Macy (1969). 72. A Homosexual's Fitness to Practice Law: In re Kimball (1973). 73. Government "About-Face" On Sexual Orientation Discrimination: Singer v. United States Civil Service Commission (1976). 74. A Transsexual in a Tennis Tournament: Richards v. United States Tennis Association (1977). 75. Does Title VII Protect "Effeminate" Men?: Smith v. Liberty Mutual Insurance Co. (1978). 76. Discrimination Against Gays Is Not "Sex Discrimination": Desantis v. Pacific Telephone & Telegraph Co. (1979). 77. Protecting "Openly Gay" Californians: Gay Law Students Association v. Pacific Telephone & Telegraph Co. (1979). 78. Due Process Rights for Gay FBI Employees: Ashton v. Civiletti (1979). 79. "Which Restroom Should Plaintiff Use?": Sommers v. Budget Marketing, Inc. (1982); Sommers v. Iowa Civil Rights Commission (1983). 80. Same-Sex Harassment and the Male Employee: Joyner v. AAA Cooper Transportation (1983); Wright v. Methodist Youth Services (1981); Carreno v. Local Union No. 226 (1990). 81. A Transsexual Airline Pilot Fights for Her Job: Ulane v. Eastern Airlines, Inc. (1984). 82. Privileged Discrimination Or Common-Law Right?: Madsen v. Erwin (1985). 83. Can Local Laws Ban Federal Discrimination?: United States v. City of Philadelphia (1986). 84. Can Gays Be FBI Agents?: Padula v. Webster (1987). 85. Are Transvestites "Disabled"?: Blackwell v. United States Department of the Treasury (1987). 86. Does Title VII Protect "Masculine" Women?: Price Waterhouse v. Hopkins (1989). 87. The Not-So-Private Federal Civil Servant: Schowengerdt v. United States (1991). 88. Sexual Privacy in the Private-Sector Workplace: Soroka v. Dayton Hudson Corp. (1991) -- Ch. 6. Discrimination: Military and National Security Issues. 89. Are All Gays "Security Risks"?: Adams v. Laird (1969). 90. Challenges to Unbridled Military Discretion: Madovich v. Seccretary of the Air Force; Berg v. Claytor (1978).

Gen XXKF9325.A7L460 1993.

Sex and law--United States--Cases/Gays--Legal status, laws, etc--United States--Cases.

1661. National Lesbian and Gay Law Association. Biennial Conference of the National Lesbian and Gay Law Association Lavender law III : athe Biennial Conference of the National Lesbian and Gay Law Association. Chicago, Il: The Conference, 1992. 1 v. (various pagings).

Cover title. Conference held October 23-25, 1992, Mart Plaza Holiday Inn, Chicago, Il. At head of cover: NLGLA.

Law XXKF4754.5.A75B546 1992.

Homosexuality--Law and legislation--United States/Gay couples--Legal status, laws, etc--United States.

1662. Dynes, Wayne R. and Donaldson, Stephen. Homosexuality and government, politics and prisons. New York: Garland, 1992. xxiii, 429 p. (Studies in homosexuality, v. 10).

Government and Politics. Closets of Power / Taylor Branch. Obstacles to Equality: Government Responses to the Gay Rights Movement in the United States / A.S. Cohan. Female Support Networks and Political Activism: Lillian Wald, Crstal Eastman, Emma Goldman / Blanche Wiesen Cook. Military Policy toward Homosexuals: Scientific, Historical, and Legal Perspectives / Jeffrey S. Davis. Making and Unmaking Minorities: The Tensions between Gay Politics and History / John D'Emilio. Gay Politics, Ethnic Identity: The Limits of Social Constructionism / Steven Epstein. Sexual Revolution and the Politics of Gay Identity / Jeffrey Escoffier. The Etiology of Intolerance of Homosexual Politics / James L. Gibson and Kent L. Tedin. Why Gay Leaders Don't Last: The First Ten Years after Stonewall / David Jernigan. Periods of the Movement / Warren Johansson. Social Theory, Social Movements and Public Policy: Recent Accomplishments of the Gay and Lesbian Movements in Minneapolis, Minnesota / Lawrence Knopp. Student Homophile League: Founder's Retrospect / Robert A. Martin. A Punk's Song: View from the Inside / Donald Tucker. Being Discovered: A Study of Homosexuals in the Military / Colin J. Williams and Martin S. Weinberg. Refugees from Amerika: A Gay Manifesto / Carl Wittman -- Prisons. Homosexual and Drug Behavior in Prison: A Test of the Functional and Importation Models of the Inmate System / Ronald L. Akers, Norman S. Hayner and Werner Gruninger. "Ladies" behind Bars: A Liminal Gender as Cultural Mirror / John M. Coggeshall. Sexual Assaults in the Philadelphia Prison System and Sheriff's Vans / Alan J. Davis. Social Roles in a Prison for Women / Rose Giallombardo. The Homosexual in Prison / Edwin Johnson. Prison Homosexuality and Its Effect on Post-Prison Sexual Behavior / Edward Sagarin. Homosexuality: A Mode of Adaptation in a Prison for Women / David A. Ward and Gene G. Kassebaum.

Gen HQ76.25.H67460 1992.

Homosexuality--Government policy--History/Gays--Political activity--History.

1663. Dynes, Wayne R. and Donaldson, Stephen. Homosexuality : discrimination, criminology, and the law. New York: Garland Pub, 1992. xxi, 600 p. (Studies in homosexuality, v. 6).

AIDS and Mr. Korematsu: Minorities in Times of Crisis / Mark Barnes -- The Legal Enforcement of Morals and the So-Called Hart-Devlin Controversy / Yves Caron -- From Constitutional Psychopathic Inferiority to AIDS: What Is in the Future for Homosexual Aliens? / Jorge L. Carro -- Judicial Homophobia: Gay Rights Biggest Roadblock / Joshua Dressler -- Gay Aliens and Immigration: Resolving the Conflict Between Hill and Longstaff / Peter N. Fowler and Leonard Graff -- History, Homosexuality, and Political Values: Searching for the Hidden Determinants of Bowers v. Hardwick / Anne B. Goldstein -- Gratuitous Language in Appellate Cases Involving Gay People: "Queer Baiting" from the Bench / Lawrence Goldyn -- Permitting Prejudice to Govern: Equal Protection, Military Deference, and the Exclusion of Lesbians and Gay Men from the Military / Seth Harris -- Hate Crimes against Lesbians and Gay Men: Issues for Research and Policy / Gregory M. Herek -- Custody Rights of Lesbian Mothers: Legal Theory and Litigation Strategy / Nan D. Hunter and Nancy D. Polikoff -- Homosexuality and the European Convention on Human Rights: What Rights? / Daniel J. Kane -- A Comparative Analysis of Dudgeon v. United Kingdom and Bowers v. Hardwick / Jennifer F. Kimble -- The Impact of Parental Homosexuality in Child Custody Cases: A Review of the Literature / David J. Kleber, Robert J. Howell and Alta Lura Tibbits-Kleber -- Employment Discrimination against Persons with AIDS / Arthur S. Leonard -- Discrimination against Lesbians in the Work Force / Martin P. Levine and Robin Leonard -- From this Day Forward: A Feminine Moral Discourse on Homosexual Marriage / Claudia A. Lewis -- There May Be Harm in Asking: Homosexual Solicitations and the Fighting Words Doctrine / Thomas E. Lodge -- Lifestyles and Violence: Homosexual Victims of Assault and Murder / Brian Miller and Laud Humphreys -- The AIDS Epidemic and Gay Bathhouses: A Constitutional Analysis / Judith A. Rabin -- Constitutional Privacy and Homosexual Love / David A.J. Richards -- Sexual Identity and the Constitution: Homosexual Persons as a Discrete and Insular Minority / Elvia Rosales Arriola -- Police Harassment of Homosexual Women and Men in New York City, 1960-1980 / Steven A. Rosen -- Labouchere's Amendment to the Criminal Law Amendment Bill / F.B. Smith -- Non-Commercial Sexual Solicitation: The Case for Judicial Invalidation / Arthur C. Warner.

Law XXK5195.Z9H660 1992.

Homosexuality--Law and legislation/Gays--Legal status, laws, etc.

1664. Robson, Ruthann. Lesbian (out)law : survival under the rule of law. Ithaca, N.Y: Firebrand Books, c1992. 185 p.

Law XXKF4754.5.R630 1992.

Lesbians--Legal status, laws, etc--United States.

1665. Hunter, Nan D., Michaelson, Sherryl E., Stoddard, Thomas B., and American Civil Liberties Union. The rights of lesbians and gay men : the basic ACLU guide to a gay person's rights. 3rd ed. Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, 1992. xiv, 220 p. (American Civil Liberties Union handbook).

Rev. ed. of: The Rights of gay people. 2nd ed. c1983. I. Freedom of Speech and Association: The Right to Organize and Speak Out -- II. Employment -- III. Security Clearances -- IV. The Armed Services -- V. Housing and Public Accommodations -- VI. The Lesbian and Gay Family -- The Criminal Law -- VIII. The Rights of People with HIV Disease -- Apendix A. Criminal Statutes Relating to Consensual Homosexual Acts Between Adults -- Appendix B. Excerpts from Selected Statutes, Ordinances, and Executive Orders Protecting Lesbians and Gay Men -- Appendix C. A List of Statutes, Ordinances, and Executive Orders -- Appendix D. Selected Organizations Providing Legal Assistance -- Appendix E. State, Regional, and National Offices of the ACLU -- Appendix F. A Brief Bibliography.

Gen, Law, SSADRef XXKF4754.5.Z9R540 1992.

Gay rights--United States/Homosexuality--Law and legislation--United States.

1666. Green, Richard. Sexual science and the law. Cambridge, Mass: Harvard University Press, 1992. 323 p.

1. Fornication -- 2. Child Custody and Homosexual Parents -- 3. Homosexuality as a Fundamental Right -- 4. Homosexuals as a Suspect Class -- 5. Immigration and Homosexuality -- 6. Transsexualism -- 7. Pornography -- 8. Intergenerational Sexuality -- 9. Sex Education -- 10. Prostitution -- 11. Abortion -- 12. Surgical or Chemical Castration of Sex Offenders -- 13. Sex-Linked Defenses to Criminal Behavior -- 14. Sexual Science and Sexual Privacy.

Gen, Law XXKF9325.G740 1992.

Sex and law--United States.

1667. Samar, Vincent Joseph. The right to privacy : gays, lesbians, and the Constitution. Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1991. xiv, 254 p.

Gen, Law XXKF1262.S260 1991.

Privacy, Right of--United States/Homosexuality--Law and legislation--United States/Sex and law--United States.

1668. U. S. Congress. House. Committee on the Judiciary. Family unity and employment opportunity immigration act of 1990. Washington, Sept. 1990.(H. Rpt., 101-723/pt. 1).

Cong. Session: 101-2.

Recommends passage, with an amendment in the nature of a substitute, of H.R. 4300, the Family Unity and Employment Opportunity Immigration Act of 1990, to amend the Immigration and Nationality Act and several other acts to revise procedures for the legal entry of immigrant and nonimmigrant aliens into the U.S. Title 3: Other Immigration Provisions, including provisions to: d: Revise restrictions on the admission of aliens with certain physical or mental conditions, and abolish the prohibition on the admission of homosexuals.

Gen J66 H. Rpt. 101-723/pt.1.

Immigration and nationality act.

1669. Jaffa, Harry V. Homosexuality and the natural law. Montclair, Calif. (4650 Arrow Highway, Suite D-6, Montclair 91763): Center for the Study of the Natural Law, Claremont Institute, c1990. vii, 39 p.

Law XXKF4754.5.Z9J340 1990.

Homosexuality--Law and legislation--United States/Homosexuality--Moral and ethical aspects.

1670. Sexual orientation and the law. Cambridge, Mass: Harvard University Press, 1990. 170 p.

Law XXKF4754.5.S4920 1990.

Homosexuality--Law and legislation--United States/Sex and law--United States.

1671. U. S. Congress. House. Committee on the Judiciary. Grounds for exclusion of aliens under the immigration and nationality act. Washington, Sept. 1988.(Committee print).

Committee Print No. 7. Report, prepared by Joyce Vialet (CRS), examining the historical background of and current practices and issues relating to the legal grounds for exclusion or deportation of aliens, as established by the Immigration and Nationality Act of 1952. Reviews the legislative history of and case law for each exclusion; and cites related amendments proposed in H.R. 4427, the Immigration Exclusion and Deportation Amendments of 1988. -- Partial contents: Chapter III. Mental and Physical Grounds for Exclusion of Aliens, including homosexuality and infection with acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS) (p. 73-93).

Gen Y4.J89/1:Al4/10.

Iimmigration and nationality act /homosexuality /AIDS.

1672. Mohr, Richard D. Gays/justice : a study of ethics, society, and law. New York: Columbia University Press, c1988. ix, 357 p.

Gen, Law HQ76.3.U5M640 1988.

Gays--United States/Gay rights--United States/Homosexuality--Law and legislation--United States/AIDS (Disease)--Social aspects--United States/Homosexuality--United States--Moral and ethical aspects.

1673. American Association of Law Libraries Contemporary Social Problems Special Interest Section Standing Committee on Lesbian and Gay Issues. Sexual orientation and the law : a selective bibliography on homosexuality and the law, 1969-1988. [S.l.]: Standing Committee on Lesbian and Gay Issues, Contemporary Social Problems SIS, American Assciation of Law Libraries, 1988. 33 p.

"June 1988.".

Law XXKF4754.5.A1S488 1988.

Homosexuality--Law and legislation--United States--Bibliography/Sex and law--United States--Bibliography.

1674. Sloan, Irving J. Homosexual conduct and the law. London New York: Oceana Publications, 1987. iv, 149 p. (Legal almanac series, no. 85).

Includes index.

Law XXKF4754.5.Z95S580 1987.

Homosexuality--Law and legislation--United States--Popular works/Homosexuality--United States--legislation.

1675. U. S. Congress. Senate. Committee on the Judiciary. Summary of Hearings Before the Senate Subcommittee on the Constitution, on the Impact of the Proposed Equal Rights Amendment. Washington, October, 1985.(Committee Print, S. Prt. 99-93).

Cong. Session: 99-1.

Report, prepared by Leslie W. Gladstone (et al., CRS) for the Subcom on the Constitution, summarizing the following 1983-84 hearings on the proposed Equal Rights Amendment (ERA) to the Constitution regarding equal rights for women and men: Hearings of May 23, 1984, dealth with impact of the ERA upon homosexual rights (p. 95-105).

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Equal Rights Amendment /Homosexual rights.

1676. Magnuson, Roger J. and Berean League Fund (Saint Paul, Minn. Are "gay rights" right? : a report on homosexuality and the law. St. Paul, Minn. (2875 Snelling Ave. N., St. Paul 55113): The Fund, c1985. xiv, 110 p.

"March 1985." Two errata slips inserted.

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Homosexuality--Law and legislation--Minnesota/Homosexuality--Law and legislation--United States.

1677. Achtenberg, Roberta and National Lawyers Guild San Francisco Bay Area Chapter Anti-Sexism Committee. Sexual orientation and the law. New York, N.Y: C. Boardman Co, 1985. 1 v. (various pagings).

Based partly on the Gay rights skills seminar manual. Kept up to date by supplements.

Gen, Law XXKF4754.5.S490 1985.

Homosexuality--Law and legislation--United States/Sex and law--United States.

1678. Rice, Charles E. and Center for Judicial Studies (U.S.). Legalizing homosexual conduct : the role of the Supreme Court in the gay rights movement. Cumberland, Va: Center for Judicial Studies, c1984. vii, 29 p. (Constitutional commentaries, no. 1).

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Homosexuality--Law and legislation--United States/Civil rights--United States.

1679. Stoddard, Thomas B. The Rights of gay people. [2nd ed.]. Toronto New York: Bantam Books, c1983. xiii, 194 p. (American Civil Liberties Union handbook).

"Revised edition of the basic ACLU guide to a gay person's rights.".

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Homosexuality--Law and legislation--United States/Civil rights--United States.

1680. Richter, Rosalyn and Lambda Legal Defense & Education Fund. Anti-gay legislation : an attempt to sanction inequality ? New York: Lambda Legal Defense & Education Fund, Inc, c1982. xvii, 210 p.

Includes bibliographical references. "Report of the Litigation Project on Anti-gay Legislation.".

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Sex and law--United States/Homosexuality--Law and legislation--United States/Lesbianism--Law and legislation--United States.

1681. California Commission on Personal Privacy and Coleman, Thomas F. Final report. [S.l.]: The Commission, 1982. xviii, 489 p.

"Author and principal researcher Thomas F. Coleman"--P. viii. "December 1982.".

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Privacy, Right of--California/Homosexuality--Law and legislation--California.

1682. Knutson, Donald C. Homosexuality and the law : a special double issue of the Journal of homosexuality (fall 1979-winter 1980), volume 5, nos. 1 and 2. New York: Haworth Press, c1980. 160 p. (Research on homosexuality, v. 1).

Law XXKF4754.5.H650; edi. at HQ75.J86 RR2, v. 5, no. 1/2.

Homosexuality--Law and legislation--United States.

1683. Boggan, E. Carrington. The Rights of gay people : the basic ACLU guide to a gay person's rights. [New York]: Sunrise Books/E. P. Dutton, 1976 c1975. xii, 268 p. (American Civil Liberties Union handbook).

"A Richard Baron book.".

Gen HQ76.3.U5R530 1976.

Homosexuality--United States/Civil rights--United States.

1684. Geis, Gilbert. One-eyed justice : an examination of homosexuality, abortion, prostitution, narcotics, and gambling in the U. S. New York: Drake Publishers, 1974. viii, 262 p.

LawB KB2085.G8O5 1974.

Crimes without victims--United States/United States--Moral conditions.

1685. Barnett, Walter. Sexual freedom and the constitution; an inquiry into the constitutionality of repressive sex laws. 1st. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 1973.

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Sex and law--United States/Sodomy--United States.

1686. Geis, Gilbert. Not the law's business? An examination of homosexuality, abortion, prostitution, narcotics, and gambling in the United States. Rockville, Md: National Institute of Mental Health, Center for Studies of Crime and Delinquency; [for sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. Govt. Print. Off., Washington, 1972. viii, 262 p. (Crime and delinquency issues Public Health Service publication, no. 72-9132).

Gen, SSAd HV6707.U5G31, LawB K90.H5N5 1972.

Crimes without victims--United States/United States--Moral conditions.

1687. Council on Religion and the Homosexual. The Challenge and progress of homosexual law reform. San Francisco: Council on Religion and the Homosexual, 1968. 72 p. (Essays on Homosexuality, no. 2).

LawB KB826.C7C4 1968.

Homosexuality--United States.

1688. Schur, Edwin M. Crimes without victims; deviant behavior and public policy: abortion, homosexuality, drug addiction. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, 1965.

Gen HV6493.S39; LawB KB5137.S5C7 1965.

Offenses against the person--U.S./Abortion/Homosexuality/Narcotics addicts.

1689. Florida. Legislature. Investigation Committee. Report February, 1965. [Tallahassee], 1965. vii, 79 p.

LawB K262.8.I54A3 1965.

Subversive activities--Florida/Homosexuality--Florida/Civil rights--Florida.

1690. U. S. Congress. House. Committee on the District of Columbia. Amending D. C. Charitable Solicitation Acts. Washington, 1964.(S. Hearing).

Considers legislation to revoke charitable solicitation permit of D. C. homosexual organization, Mattachine Society of Washington. Witnesses include president and vice president of D. C. Mattachine Society, and representative of ACLU.

Gen Y4.D63/1:C37.

Mattachine Society of Washington /Homosexual rights.

1691. U. S. Congress. Senate. Employment of homosexuals and other sex perverts in government. Washington, 1950.(S. Doc., 81-241).

Cong. Session: 81-2.

Gen J66 v. 11401.

Government employment /Homosexuals.

1692. University of Chicago Law School Immigration Law Seminar (1987), Holzhauer, James D., and University of Chicago Law School. [Seminar papers from the Immigration Law seminar]. [1987]. 2 v. (various pagings).

Partial contents: Typescript (photocopy). The exclusion of homosexual aliens / Eric Webber.

Law XXKF4819.A2U657 1987.

Emigration and immigration law--United States.

80. Gay rights; homosexuality and the law--Europe (general)

1693. Jackson, Bernard S., McGoldrick, Dominic, and University of Liverpool Faculty of Law. Legal visions of the new Europe : essays celebrating the centenary of the Faculty of Law, University of Liverpool. London Boston: Graham & Trotman Kluwer, 1993. viii, 372 p.

In English; 3 essays in French. Preface / B. S. Jackson and D. McGoldrick -- Partial contents: Homosexual Rights and Wrongs under the European Convention on Human Rights: A Question of Privacy or Equality? / Susan Millns.

Law Res XXKJC158.L443 1993.

Law--Europe/European cooperation.

1694. Moran, Leslie. The homosexual(ity) of law. New York: Routledge, 1996. viii, 248 p.

Gen, Law XXKD7976.S6M670 1996.

Homosexuality--Law and legislation--Great Britain/Sodomy--Great Britain/Homosexuality.

1695. Waaldijk, C. and Clapham, Andrew. Homosexuality, a European Community issue : essays on lesbian and gay rights in European law and policy. Dordrecht Boston: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, c1993. xvi, 426 p. (International studies in human rights, v. 26).

Ch. 1. Introduction / Peter Ashman -- Ch. 2. Lesbians and Gay Men in the European Community Legal Order / Andrew Clapham and J. H. H. Weiler -- Ch. 3. The Legal Situation in the Member States / Kees Waaldijk -- Ch. 4. The Social Situation in the Member States / Evert van der Veen and Adrianne Dereksen -- Ch. 5. The Economic Situation in the Member States / Russell Child -- Ch. 6. The Treatment of Homosexuals under the European Convention on Human Rights / Pieter van Dijk -- Ch. 7. Equality and Non-Discrimination / Angela Byre --gCh. 8. Subsidiarity: an Aspect of European Community Law and its Relevance to Lesbians and Gay Men / Francis Snyder -- Ch. 9. The Community as Employer, Staff Regulations: an Aspect of European Community Law and its Relevance to Lesbians and Gay Men / Francis Snyder -- Ch. 10. Conclusions of Chapters 8 and 9 / Francis Snyder -- Ch. 11. European Citizenship and the Rights of Lesbians ad Gay Men / Antonio Tanca -- Ch. 12. Lesbians and Gays and the Freedom of Movement of Persons / Hans Ulrich Jessurun d'Oliveira -- Ch. 13. The Freedom of Movement of Goods and Services / Bruno De Witte -- Ch. 14. Rights in the Workplace / Lammy Betten -- Ch. 15. The Family Policy of the European Community / Frank Emmert -- Ch. 16. A Call for a Nine Point Community Action Plan to Combat Discrimination Against Lesbians and Gay Men / Andrew Clapham and J. H. H. Weiler -- Annex 2: Index of Transnational Law Provisions -- Annex 3: Index of Decisions of Transnational Courts.

Gen, Law XXKJE5144.G39H660 1993.

Homosexuality--Law and legislation--European Economic Community countries.

1696. Tatchell, Peter. Europe in the pink : lesbian & gay equality in the new Europe. London: GMP, 1992. 158 p.

Gen, Law XXKJE5144.G39T383 1992.

Gays--Legal status, laws, etc--European Economic Community countries/Homosexuality--Law and legislation--European Economic Community countries/Homosexuality/Law/Europe.

1697. O'Malley, Thomas. Sexual offences : law policy and punishment. Dublin: Round Hall/Sweet & Maxwell, 1996. xxxix, 511 p.

1. Changing perceptions of sexual violence. -- 2. Rape and related offences. -- 3. Sexual assault. -- 4. Sexual abuse of children and young persons. -- 5. Incest. -- 6. Sexual offences against mentally impaired persons. -- 7. Homosexual offences. -- 8. Indecency offences. -- 9. Prostitution. -- 10. Trial of sexual offences. -- 11. Sentencing : an introduction. -- 12. Sentencing for rape and other sexual offences. -- 13. Patterns of sentencing for rape. -- 14. Sentencing reform, treatment strategies and the role of the victim. -- 15. Incipient harms : pornography and sexual harassment. -- 16. Unfinished business.

Law XXKDK1771.S49O454 1996.

Sex crimes--Ireland.

1698. Waaldijk, C. and International Lesbian and Gay Association. Tip of an iceberg : anti-lesbian and anti-gay discrimination in Europe, 1980-1990 : a survey of discrimination and anti-discrimination in law and society. Utrecht: International Lesbian and Gay Association, 1991. 110 p.

"First report, draft-version 16.12.1991." Includes index.

Law XXKJE5144.G39W335 1991.

Homosexuality--Law and legislation--Europe/Gay rights--Europe/Sex discrimination--Europe.

1699. ILGA-Europe. Equality for lesbians and gay men : a relevant issue in the civil and social dialogue. Brussels: European Region of the International Lesbian and Gay Association, 1998. 102 p.

Law XXKJC5144.G39E68 1998.

Homosexuality--Law and legislation--Europe/Gay rights--Europe.

1700. ILGA-Europe. After Amsterdam : sexual orientation and the European Union : a guide. Brussels: ILGA Europe, 1999. 74 p.

Law XXKJE5144.G39A737 1999.

Homosexuality--Law and legislation--European Union/Gay rights--European Union.

81. Gay rights; homosexuality and the law--Great Britain and Ireland

1701. Grey, Antony. Quest for justice : towards homosexual emancipation. London: Sinclair-Stevenson, c1992. xv, 304 p., [8] p. of plates.

Law HQ76.8.G7G740 1992.

Homosexuality--Law and legislation--Great Britain/Homosexuality--Great Britain.

1702. Galloway, Bruce. Prejudice and pride : discrimination against gay people in modern Britain. London Boston: Routledge & Kegan Paul, c1983. viii, 246 p.

Includes index.

Gen HQ76.8.G7P73.

Gay liberation movement--Great Britain/Homosexuality--Great Britain/Homosexuality--Law and legislation--Great Britain/Sex discrimination--Great Britain.

1703. Snape, Dawn, Thomson, Katarina, and Chetwynd, Mark. Discrimination against gay men and lesbians : a study of the nature and extent of discrimination against homosexual men and women in Britain today. London: Social and Community Planning Research, 1995. 116 p.

"May 1995.".

Gen HQ76.8.G7S737 1995.

Homosexuality--Great Britain/Sex discrimination--Great Britain/Homosexuality--Law and legislation--Great Britain.

1704. Weeks, Jeffrey. Coming out : homosexual politics in Britain from the nineteenth century to the present. London New York: Quartet Books, 1977. 278 p.

Includes index.

Gen HQ76.8.G7W430 1977.

Gay liberation movement--Great Britain--History/Homosexuality--Great Britain--History/Lesbianism--Great Britain--History.

1705. Shackleton, E. R. Religion and the law. [Redheugh, Scotland: E.R. Shackleton, 1965? 48 p.

LawB KA30.28.H2R4 1965.

Religion and law/Law and ethics/Homosexuality--Gt. Brit.

1706. Devlin, Patrick Baron. The enforcement of morals. London: Oxford University Press, c1959. 25 p. (Maccabaean lecture in jurisprudence of the British Academy, 1959).

From the proceedings of the British Academy, v. 45 (1960) p. 129-151.

LawB KB1100.D55E5 1959.

Great Britain--Homosexual Offences and Prostitution/Law and ethics/Sex crimes--Great Britain.

1707. Hickey, Owen. Law and laxity. London: Times Newspapers, 1970. [2], 20 p.

Cover title.

LawB KB2549.H45L41 1970.

Divorce--Law and legislation--Great Britain/Homosexuality--Law and legislation--Great Britain/Abortion--Law and legislation--Great Britain/Obscenity (Law)--Great Britain.

1708. Sturgess, Bob. No offence : the case for homosexual equality at law. Manchester Edinburgh Ballygowan: Campaign for Homosexual Equality Scottish Minorities Group Union for Sexual Freedoms in Ireland, 1975. [8], 60 p.

LawB KB5423.S61N5 1975.

Homosexuality--Great Britain/Sex discrimination--Law and legislation--Great Britain.

1709. Hug, Chrystel. The politics of sexual morality in Ireland. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1998. x, 284 p.

Partial contents: 7. Homosexuality: From a Crime against Nature ... A criminalised sin. An objective disorder. A not so inert law -- 8. Homosexuality: ... To a Right to (Homo)sexual Privacy. The Norris case: without norms or sanctions. Nothing less than equality. Gay visions in the heterosexual community.

Gen HQ32.H79 1998.

Sexual ethics--Ireland/Ireland--Moral conditions/Ireland--Social conditions--1973-.

1710. Morton, James. Sex, crimes, and misdemeanours. London: Little Brown, 1999. xv, 398 p.

Partial contents: Pt. 5. The Other Way. 21. Homosexuality. 22. Lesbianism. 23. Transvestites, Transsexuals and Same-Sex Marriages. 24. Children.

Gen HV6593.G7M677 1999.

Sex crimes--Great Britain--History/Sex and law--Great Britain--History/Sex crimes--Great Britain/Sex crimes--Great Britain--Public opinion--History.

1711. Selfe, David W. and Burke, Vincent. Perspectives on sex, crime and society . London: Cavendish Pub, c1998. xxx, 248 p.

Partial contents: ch. 1. Homosexuality: the socio-legal context -- ch. 2. Homosexuality: criminalisation and control .

Law XXKD7975.S454 1998.

Sex crimes--Great Britain/Sex and law--Great Britain/Criminal law--Great Britain/Crime--Social aspects--Great Britain/Sociological jurisprudence.

1712. McGhee, Derek. Homosexuality, law, and resistance. London New York: Routledge, 2001. xii, 227 p. (Routledge research in gender and society, 9).

XXKD4103 .M38 2001 Gen, Law.

Homosexuality--Law and legislation--Great Britain.

1713. Barlow, Anne. Advising gay and lesbian clients. London: Butterworths, 1999. xxiv, 226 p.

Law XXKD4103.Z9A38 1999.

Gays--Legal status, laws, etc--Great Britain/Lesbians--Legal status, laws, etc--Great Britain/Homosexuality--Law and legislation--Great Britain.

82. Gay rights; homosexuality and the law--Germany

1714. Loewenfeld, Leopold. Homosexualität und Strafgesetz. Nach einem in der kriminalistischen Sektion des Akademisch-Juristischen Vereins zu München am 17. Dezember 1907 gehaltenen Vortrage von L. Loewenfeld. Wiesbaden: J.F. Bergmann, 1908.(Grenzfragen des Nerven- und Seelenlebens, 57).

Gen BF21.G8 no.57.

Homosexuality -- Legislation -- Germany.

1715. Risse, Jörg. Der verfassungsrechtliche Schutz der Homosexualität. Baden-Baden: Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft, 1998. 359 p. (Nomos Universitätsschriften Recht, Bd. 208).

Gen HQ76.3.G3R588 1998.

Gays--Legal status, laws, etc--Germany.

1716. Grau, Günter. Schwulsein 2000 : Perspektiven im vereinigten Deutschland. Hamburg: MännerschwarmSkript, 2001. 210 p. (Edition Waldschlösschen).

Conference proceedings.

Gen HQ76.8.G4S38 2001.

Gay rights--Germany/Gay men--Germany.

1717. Klare, Rudolf. Homosexualität und Strafrecht. Hamburg: Hanseatische Verlagsanstalt Thesis - Halle, 1937. 172 p.

Without thesis statement.

Gen HQ76.K637 1937.

Homosexuality--Law and legislation--Germany--Criminal provisions--History/Homosexuality--Germany--History.

1718. Seelbach, Siegfried. Die Beratungen der Grossen Strafrechtskommission über das Problem der Bestrafung gleichgeschlechtlicher Unzucht zwischen Männern. Köln: Inaug.-Diss.--Cologne, 1965. xi, 293 p.


LawB KD1341.E24B5 1965.


1719. Graupner, Helmut and Rechtskomitee Lambda. Homosexualität und Strafrecht in Österreich : Eine Übersicht. 2. Aufl. Wien: Rechtskomitee Lambda, 1992. 1 v. (loose-leaf).

Law XXKJJ2467.G38.G638 1992 .

Gays--Legal status, laws, etc--Austria/Homosexuality--Law and legislation--Austria/Homosexuality--Law and legislation--Austria--Criminal provisions.

1720. Moeller, Robert G. Sex, society and the law in the postwar West Germany : homosexuality and the Federal Constitutional Court. Berkeley, CA: Center for German and European Studies, University of California, 1993. 94 p.

"June 1993.".

Law XXKK8582.M645 1993.

Homosexuality--Law and legislation--Germany (West).

83. Gay rights; homosexuality and the law--other countries

1721. Fuller, Janine, Blackley, Stuart, and Pollak, Nancy. Restricted entry : censorship on trial. 2nd ed. Vancouver: Press Gang Publishers, 1996. xx, 223 p.

Gen, Law XXKE4422.F852 1996.

Little Sister's Book & Art Emporium/Freedom of the press--Canada/Gays' writings--Censorship--Canada/Censorship--Canada.

1722. Yogis, John, Duplak, Randall R., and Trainor, J. Royden. Sexual orientation and Canadian law : an assessment of the law affecting lesbian and gay persons. Toronto, Canada: Emond Montgomery Publications Limited, c1996. xiv, 153 p.

Includes living will forms.

Law XXKE4399.Y645 1996.

Gays--Legal status, laws, etc--Canada/Lesbians--Legal status, laws, etc--Canada/Homosexuels--Droit--Canada/Lesbiennes--Droit--Canada.

1723. Lahey, Kathleen A. Are we 'persons' yet? : law and sexuality in Canada. Toronto Buffalo: University of Toronto Press, c1999. xxix, 474 p.

1. 'Full Life,' Human Rights, and Sexuality. From Criminals to 'Consenting Adults'. Just Ordinary Folks? Seeking Human Rights for Lesbians and Gays. Protection for 'Sexual Orientation'. Beyond Sexual Orientation Clauses. The Queers Outside the Codes. Conclusions -- 2. Chart(er)ed Rights. Drafting the Charter. The 'Moratorium' Years. Implementing 'Equality'. Early Charter Challenges. Conclusions -- 3. 'Demonstrably Justifying' Discrimination. Egan and Nesbit v The Queen. The Other 'Trilogy' Cases. The Impact of Egan and Nesbit. The Queers Still Outside the Charter. Conclusions -- 4. Human Rights, Charter Rights, and 'Legal Personality'. Origins of 'Legal Personality'. Deployment of 'Civil Incapacities' in Later Laws. 'Personhood' after Edwards. Fundamental Principles Resurfacing. 'Core' Rights. Conclusions -- 5. Are We 'Persons' Yet? Participation Rights. Juridical Rights. 'Public' Rights. Private Law Rights. Not 'Persons' Yet -- 6. Counting Queers. How Many Queer People Are There? Counting Queer Couples. How Many Children? Conclusions -- 7. The High Coss of Being Queer. Unquantifiable Costs of Discrimination. Employment Discrimination. Discrimination and Income. Net Worth and 'Disposable' Incomes. Conclusions -- 8. The High Costs of Heterosexuality and the 'Queer Penalty'. Recognizing Family Sharing. Subsidizing Adult Dependency. The New 'Family Wage' System. The 'Queer Penalty'. Conclusions -- 9. The 'Benefit' Conundrum and the Politics of Exclusion. 'Benefits' of Being Excluded. Distributional Concerns. Hierarchical Concerns. Deploying Exclusion. Rethinking the Benefit Unit. Conclusions -- 10. The Costs of 'Incrementalism'. Same-Sex Benefits. Status of Children. Incremental Discrimination -- 11. The Future of Queer Personhood. Constitutional Personhood. European Models. Canadian Models. Conclusions.

XXKE4399 .L34 1999 Gen, Law.

Canada/Gays--Legal status, laws, etc--Canada/Bisexuals--Legal status, laws, etc--Canada/Transsexuals--Legal status, laws, etc--Canada/Transvestites--Legal status, laws, etc--Canada.

1724. Smith, Miriam Catherine . Lesbian and gay rights in Canada : social movements and equality-seeking : 1971-1995. Toronto Buffalo: University of Toronto Press, c1999. xiv, 211 p.

HQ76.8.C3 S65 1999 Gen, Law.

Canada/Gay liberation movement--Canada/Gay rights--Canada/Mouvement de libération des homosexuels--Canada/Homosexuels--Droits--Canada.

1725. Tataryn, Joy, Timberg, Tim, Desjarlais, N. Colin, and Legal Services Society of British Columbia Public Legal Education Program. Same sex, same laws : lesbians, gay men, and the law in B.C. [Vancouver]: Public Legal Education Program, Legal Services Society, 1996. ix, 84 p.

Law XXKEB458.3.H6T383 1996.

Lesbians--Legal status, laws, etc--British Columbia/Gay men--Legal status, laws, etc--British Columbia/Homosexuality--Law and legislation--British Columbia.

1726. Mossuz-Lavau, Janine. Les lois de l'amour : les politiques de la sexualité en France de 1950 à nos jours. Paris: Editions Payot, c1991. 346, [4] p. (Documents Payot).

Gen XXKJV8212.M670 1991.

Sex and law--France/Sex crimes--France/Birth control--Law and legislation--France/Abortion--Law and legislation--France/Sex instruction for youth--Law and legislation--France/Homosexuality--Law and legislation--France.

1727. Borrillo, Daniel. Homosexualités et droit : de la tolérance sociale à la reconnaissance juridique. 1. éd. Paris: Presses universitaires de France, 1998. xiii, 329 p. (Voies du droit).

Gen XXK3242.3.Z9H66 1998.

Gays--Legal status, laws, etc/Homosexuality--Law and legislation/Homosexualité--Droit.

1728. Mécary, Caroline. Droit et homosexualité. Paris: Dalloz, 2000. ix, 204 p. (états de droits).

Law XXKJV4198.G39M4329 2000.

Homosexuality--Law and legislation--France/Law.

1729. Mécary, Caroline and Geouffre de La Pradelle, Géraud de. Les Droits des homosexuelles. Paris: Presses universitaires de France, 1998. 127 p.

Law XXKJV4198.G39M433 1998.

Homosexuality--Law and legislation--France/Lesbianism--Law and legislation--France/Gays--Legal status, laws, etc--France/Lesbians--Legal status, laws, etc--France/Homosexualité--Droit--France/Homosexualité--Droit--Pays de l'Union européenne/Lesbiennes--Droits--France/Lesbiennes--Droits--Pays de l'Union européenne/Homosexuels--Droits--France/Homosexuels--Droits--Pays de l'Union européenne.

1730. Borrillo, Daniel. Homosexualités et droit : de la tolérance sociale à la reconnaissance juridique. 2. éd. Paris: Presses universitaires de France, 1999. xiii, 335 p. (Voies du droit).

Première partie. Orientation sexuelle, égalité et non-discrimination. Chap. 1. Les récits d'une minorité / Yves Roussel -- chap. 2. égalité et différences. Réflexion sur l'universalité de la règle de droit / Danièle Lochak -- chap. 3. Fonction de juger et nouveaux aspects de la vie privée: la notion de pleine reconnaissance / Olivier De Schutter -- Deuxième partie. Représentation des homosexualités en droit français. Chap. 1. Le statue de l'homosexualité dans la doctrine et la jurisprudence française / Jean Danet -- chap. 2. L'homosexualité entre crime à la loi naturelle et expression de la liberté / Pierre Lascoumes -- chap. 3. "Familles" et homosexualités / Gérard Bach-Ignasse -- chap. 4. Adoption et homosexualité: analyse crituqes de l'arrêt du Conseil d'état du 9 octobre 1996 / Daniel Borillo et Theirry Pitois Troisième partie. Les homosexualités en droit éuropéen et en droit étranger. Chap. 1. L'homosexualité dans la jurisprudence de la Cour et de la Commission européennes des droits de l'homme / Catherine-Anne Meyer -- chap. 2. Libertés et droits fondamentaux des personnes gays, lesbiennes et bisexuelles en Europe / Robert Wintemute -- chap. 3. La libre circulation des partenaires de même sexe / Kees Waaldijk -- chap. 4. Homosexualité et union homosexuelles dans le droit espagnol / Nicolas Pérez-Canovas -- chap. 5. La reconnaissance der prérérences sexuelles: le modèle scandinave / Steffen Jensen -- chap. 6. Une nation aux couleurs de l'arc-en-ciel? égalité et préférences: la constitution de l'Afrique du Sud / Pierre De Vos -- chap. 7. Le mariage homosexuel aus états Unis: les arrêts des tribuneaux de l'état de Hawaïi et leurs implications au niveau national / Edward Errante.

Law XXK3242.3.H666 1999.

Gays--Legal status, laws, etc/Homosexuality--Law and legislation/Homosexualité--Droit--Etudes comparatives/Homosexuels--Droits--Etudes comparatives/Discrimination sexuelle--Droit--Etudes comparatives/Law.

1731. Moerings, Martin, Mattijssen, A. A. M., and Willem Pompe Instituut voor Strafrechtwetenschappen. Homoseksualiteit en recht. Arnhem: Gouda Quint, 1992. 216 p. (Pompe reeks, d. 8).

Published in cooperation with the Willem Pompe Instituut voor Strafrechtswetenschappen at Utrecht.

Law XXKKM4216.H656 1992.

Homosexuality--Law and legislation--Netherlands/Homosexuality--Law and legislation--Netherlands--Criminal provisions.

1732. MacDougall, Bruce. Queer judgments : homosexuality, expression and the courts in Canada. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2000. 360 p.

1. What's in a Name? -- 2. Censoriousness and Censorship -- 3. Silence in the Classroom -- 4. Homophobic Expression -- 5. Outing.

XXKE4399.M334 2000 Gen, Law.

Gays--Legal status, laws, etc--Canada/Homosexuality--Law and legislation--Canada/Judicial opinions--Canada/Judges--Canada--Attitudes--Bibliography/Homosexuels--Droit--Canada/Homosexualité--Droit--Canada/Jugements--Canada/Juges--Canada--Attitudes.

1733. Lautmann, Rüdiger. Seminar Gesellschaft und Homosexualität. 1. Aufl. Frankfurt am Main: Suhrkamp, 1977. 570 p.

On spine: Gesellschaft und Homosexualität. Includes indexes.

Gen HQ76.L380.

Homosexuality/Sex discrimination/Homosexuality--Law and legislation.

1734. ARCI GAY nazionale. Omosessuali e stato. Bologna: Centro di documentazione il cassero, 1987. 86 p. (Quaderni di critica omosessuale, n. 3).

Gen HQ76.3.E85 O55 1987.

Homosexuality--Law and legislation--Europe.

1735. Gessen, Masha and International Gay and Lesbian Human Rights Commission. The rights of lesbians and gay men in the Russian Federation : an International Gay and Lesbian Human Rights Commission report = Prava gomoseksualov i lesbiaok v Rossiiskoi Federatsii : otchet Mezhudunarodnoi Komissii po pravam cheloveka dlia gomoseksualov i lesbianok podgotovlen. San Francisco: IGLHRC, c1994. 60, 60 p.

Gen, Law HQ76.8.R8G47 1994.

Gay rights--Russia (Federation)/Homosexuality--Law and legislation--Russia (Federation).

1736. Ordónez, Juan Pablo, Colombia Human Rights Committee, Proyecto Dignidad por los Derechos Humanos en Colombia, and International Gay and Lesbian Human Rights Commission. No Human Being is Disposable : Social Cleansing, Human Rights, and Sexual Orientation in Colombia. San Fransisco ?: Allied Printing Northern California, 1995. xxx, 78 p.

"A joint report of Colombian Human Rights Commitee, International Gay and Lesbian Human Rights Commission and Proyecto Dignidad por los Derechos Humanos en Colombia." Violence in Colombia -- "Social Cleansing"--Human Rights Violations and Sexual Orientation.

Law JC599.C7O736 1995.

Human rights--Colombia/Political persecution--Colombia/Disappeared persons--Colombia/Poor--Colombia.

1737. Dunton, Chris. Human rights and homosexuality in southern Africa. Uppsala, Sweden: Nordiska Afrikainstitutet, 1996. 41 p.

Gen JC599.A356 D86 1996.

Gay rights--Africa, Southern.

1738. Law Reform Commission of Hong Kong. Report on laws governing homosexual conduct (topic 2). [Hong Kong]: The Commission, 1983. xii, 148, ii, 266 p.

LawB K2640.H77L4R4 1983.

Homosexuality--Law and legislation--Hong Kong/Sodomy--Hong Kong/Homosexuality--Law and legislation.

1739. New Zealand Homosexual Law Reform Society. Fifty questions and answers about homosexuality and the law. [Wellington, 1968. 12 p.

At head of title: 50/50.

LawB KB3921.N93F4 1968.

Homosexuality--Law and legislation--New Zealand.

1740. Parkin, Chris J. F. The queer law. [Wellington]: New Zealand Homosexual Law Reform Society (Inc.), 1968. 8 p.

LawB KB4235.P6Q8 1968.

Homosexuality--New Zealand.

1741. Helfer, Laurence R., Miller, Alice M., Rekosh, Edwin, Romania Curtea Constitutionala, and International Human Rights Law Group (Washington, D. C. Legal memorandum of the International Human Rights Law Group submitted to the Romanian Constitutional Court on the application of international human rights standards to the constitutionality of Article 200 of the Romanian criminal code. [Washington, D.C: International Human Rights Law Group, 1994?]. iii, 21 leaves.

Cover title.

LawC XXKKR2467.G38H454 1994.

Human rights--Romania/Gays--Legal status, laws, etc--Romania/Romania--Constitutional law.

1742. Dias, Maria Berenice. União homossexual : o preconceito & a justiça. Porto Alegre, RS: Livraria do Advogado, c2000. 304 p.

HQ75.16.B6 D537 2000 Gen.

Homosexuality--Law and legislation--Brazil/Homosexuality--Brazil.

1743. Menzione, Ezio. Diritti dei gay : istruzioni per l'uso : una guida pratica per lesbiche e gay. Roma: Enola, 2000. 125 p. (Enola, 1).

Title on cover: Diritti omosessuali.

Gen HQ76.3.I8M45 2000.

Gay men--Italy--Legal status, laws, etc/Lesbians--Italy--Legal status, laws, etc.

1744. Fernandez, Bina. Humjinsi : a resource book on lesbian, gay, and bisexual rights in India. Mumbai: Indian Centre for Human Rights and Law, 1999. 182 p.

Includes some papers presented at a seminar held in Mumbai, 1997.

Gen HQ76.8.I4H86 1999.

Gay rights--India/Bisexuals--India/Transsexuals--India.

1745. Human Rights Watch (Organization) and International Gay and Lesbian Human Rights Commission. Public scandals : sexual orientation and criminal law in Romania : a report. New York: Human Rights Watch, c1998. 104 p.

HQ76.8.R6P83 1998 Gen, Law.

Gay rights--Romania/Gays--Government policy--Romania/Gays--Legal status, laws, etc--Romania/Homosexuality--Law and legislation--Romania/Sexual orientation--Romania/Political persecution--Romania.

84. Sodomy, anti-sodomy laws>

1746. Jordan, Mark D. The invention of sodomy in Christian theology. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1997. x, 190 p. (The Chicago series on sexuality, history, and society).

Gen BT708.6.J67 1997.

Catholic Church/Catholic Church/Sodomy--Religious aspects--Christianity--History of doctrines--Middle Ages, 600-1500/Sodomy--Europe--History.

1747. Goldberg, Jonathan. Reclaiming Sodom. New York: Routledge, 1994. viii, 299 p.

Introduction / Jonathan Goldberg -- Genesis 19 -- Sodom as Nexus: The Web of Design in Biblical Narrative / Robert Alter -- The Age of Sodomitical Sin, 1607-1740 / Jonathan Ned Katz -- Arab Civilization and Male Love (trans. Winston Leyland) / Marc Daniel -- Sexual Subordination: Institutionalized Homosexuality and Social Control in Melanesia / Gerald W. Creed -- Man Royals and Sodomites: Some Thoughts on the Invisibility of Afro-Caribbean Lesbians / Makeda Silvera -- Black Bodies/White Trials / Cindy Patton -- Bowers v. Hardwick -- Out in the City / David Shannon -- The Politics of the Closet: Towards Equal Protection for Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual Identity / Janet E. Halley -- The Marquis de Sade, from Philosophy in the Bedroom (trans. Richard Seaver and Austryn Wainhouse) -- Her Body, Mine, and His / Dorothy Allison -- The Philosopher-Villain (trans. Alphonso Lingis) / Pierre Klossowski -- Towards an Irrecuperable Pederasty (trans. Chris Fox) / Guy Hocquenghem -- Reclaiming Sodom / Rocky O'Donovan -- Is the Rectum a Grave? / Leo Bersani -- Seeing Things: Representation, the Scene of Surveillance and the Spectacle of Gay Male Sex / Lee Edelman -- Evidence: 1870 / Neil Bartlett.

Gen HQ76.R390 1994.


1748. Bartee, Wayne C. and Bartee, Alice Fleetwood. Litigating morality : American legal thought and its English roots. New York: Praeger, 1992. xiv, 149 p.

Partial contents: 2. English Common and Statutory Law and Sodomy in American Law.

Law XXK5194.B370 1992.

Sex and law--United States--History/Punishment--United States--History/Sex and law--Great Britain--History/Punishment--Great Britain--History/Law and ethics.

1749. Brinkley, Roland A. The laws against homosexuality. Huntsville, Texas: Sam Houston State University, Institutes of Contemporary Corrections and the Behavioral Sciences, 1970.(Criminal Justice Monographs, .2 no.4).

Gen HV6001.C85 v.2no.4.


1750. Hook, Ronald W. and Minnesota Civil Liberties Union Foundation. The constitutional right of privacy : sodomy laws. Minneapolis, Minn. (628 Central Ave., Minneapolis 55414): Minnesota Civil Liberties Union Foundation, c1981. 13 p.

Cover title.

Law XXKF9328.S6H660 1981 .

Sodomy--United States/Privacy, Right of--United States.

1751. Mitchell, Roger S. The homosexual & the law. New York: ARCO, 1969. 96 p.

LawB KB3555.M74H5 1969.

Sodomy--United States/Homosexuality--Law and legislation--United States.

1752. Wyneken, Gustav. Eros. Lauenburg: Saal, c1922. 72 p.

Rare HQ76.25.W96 1922.

Sodomy/Homosexuality, Male.

1753. Wolfart, Johann Heinrich. Bescheidene Beantwortung des gegen seine tractationem juridicam de sodomia vera et spuria hermaphroditi... Frankfurt am Mayn, 1743.(Sex Research: Early literature from statistics to erotica: Section I: Sexual behavior and attitudes; reel 14 no. 149).

JRL microfilm HQ12.S49 1983 reel 14 no.149.

Hermaphroditism/Sodomy/Sex and law--Early works to 1800.

1754. Wolfart, Johann Heinrich. Tractorio juridica de sodomia vera et spuria hermaphroditi.... Francofurti ad Moenum: Joh. Frid. Fleischer, 1742.(Sex Research: Early literature from statistics to erotica: Section I: Sexual behavior and attitudes; reel 14 no. 150).

JRL microfilm HQ12.S49 1983 reel 14 no.150.

Hermaphroditism/Sodomy/Sex and law--Early works to 1800.

1755. Graeven, Christian Friedrich. Dissertatio iuridica de mitigatione poenae in crimine sodomiae. Francof. ad viadrum: Rec. litteris Hubnerianis, 1750.(Sex Research: Early literature from statistics to erotica: Section II: Sex, law and medicine; reel 16 no. 167).

JRL microfilm HQ12.S49 1983 reel 16 no.167.

Sodomy -- Holy Roman Empire.

1756. Sodomy trials : seven documents. New York: Garland Pub, 1986. 1 v. (various pagings). (Marriage, sex, and the family in England, 1660-1800, 24).

Reprint of works originally published 1699-1813. The tryal and condemnation of Mervin, Lord Audley of Castle-Haven -- The woman-hater's lamentation -- A faithful narrative of the proceedings in a late affair between the Rev. Mr. John Swinton, and Mr. George Baker, both of Wadham College, Oxford -- The whole proceedings on the wicked conspiracy carried on against the Hon. Edward Walpole ... -- The trial of Samuel Scrimshaw and John Ross .. -- The trial of Richard Branson, for an attempt to commit sodomy, on the body of James Fassett -- The phoenix of Sodom, or the Vere Street coterie.

Gen, Law XXKD371.S48S630 1986.

Trials (Sodomy)--England--London.

1757. Oates, Titus. An exact and faithful narrative of the horrid conspiracy of Thomas Knox, William Osborne, and John Lane, to invalidate the testimonies of Dr. Titus Oates, and Mr. William Bedlow by charging them with a malicious contrivance against the E. of Danby, and the said Dr. Oates with an attempt of sodomy wherein are exemplified from the originals I. Four forged letters dictated by Thomas Knox, II. Five false informations, one paper of memorials, and one other information against Dr. Oates for sodomy, forged by Knox in the names of Lane and Osborne, III. The informations, depositions, examinations, and confessions of the said Knox, Osborne, and Lane, taken upon oath before Sir William Waller and Edmund Warcup, Esq., IV. An account of some depositions taken before the Lords Committees of Secresie, relating thereunto, V. The breviates of the councel for the King at the trials of the said Knox and Lane, Nov. 25, 1679, wherein full satisfaction is given to the world of the whole cause, by the particular evidences of the witnesses in behalf of the King. London: Printed for Tho. Parkhurst, Tho. Cockerill and Benj. Alsop, 1680. [7], 36 [i.e. 28] p.

First edition? Reproduction of original in Duke University Library.

Mic _microfm_ PN6010.E34 1975.

Bedloe, William/Knox, Thomas/Lane, John/Osborne, William.

1758. The Life and death of John Atherton lord bishop of Waterford and Lysmore within the kingdome of Ireland borne neare Bridgwater in Sommersetshire who for incest, buggery and many other enormous crimes after having lived a vicious life dyed a shamefull death : and was on the fifth of December last past hanged on the gallows greene at Dublin : and his man Iohn Childe being his proctor with whom he had committed the buggery was hangd in March following at Bandon Bridges : condemned thereunto at the assises holden at Corke. London: [s.n.], 1641. [8] p.

In verse. Reproduction of original in Thomason Collection, British Library.

Mic _microfm_ PN6010.E34 1975.

Atherton, John/Incest--Ireland--Early works to 1800/Homosexuality--Ireland--Early works to 1800.

1759. An Account of the proceedings against Capt. Edward Rigby, at the Sessions of Goal Delivery, held at Justice-Hall in the Old-Bailey, on Wednesday the seventh day of December, 1698, for intending to commit the abominable sin of sodomy, on the body of one William Minton. London: Printed by F. Collins, 1698. 1 sheet ([2] p.).

"Printed by order of the court".

Mic _microfm_ PN6010.E34 1975.

Rigby, Edward/Minton, William/Trials (Sodomy)--England--London.

1760. Castlehaven, Mervyn Touchet Earl of. The arraignment and conviction of Mervin Lord Avdley, Earle of Castlehaven who was by 26 peers of the realm found guilty for committing rapine and sodomy at Westminster on Monday, April 25, 1631 : by vertue of a commission of oyer and terminer directed to Sir Thomas Coventry, Lord Keeper of the great seale of England, Lord High Steward for that day accompanied with the iudges : as also the beheading of the said Earle shortly after on Tower Hill. London: Printed for Tho. Thomas, 1642. [2], 12 p.

Reproduction of original in Thomason Collection, British Library.

Mic _microfm_ PN6010.E34 1975.

Castlehaven, Mervyn Touchet.

1761. The case of sodomy, in the tryal of Mervin Lord Audley, Earl of Castlehaven... London: Printed for John Morphew near Stationer's Hall, 1708.(Sex Research: Early literature from statistics to erotica: Section II: Sex, law and medicine; reel 17 no. 172).

JRLmicrofilm HQ12.S49 1983 reel 17 no.72.

Sodomy -- Great Britain -- London/Trials(Sodomy) -- Great Britain -- London/Trials(Rape) -- Great Britain -- London.

1762. Schouw-tooneel soo der geëxecuteerde als ingedaagde over de verfoeielyke misdaad van sodomie :tot waarschouwinge der goede, en afschrik der booze geopent in de voornaemste steeden van Hollandt en Over-Yssel, etc. s. l.: s. n., 1730 [i.e., 1731]. 2 v. in 1.

Vol. 2 contains ca. 45 poems on sodomy written during 1730.

HQ76.2N4S364 1731 Spec Coll, Rare Books.

Sodomy -- Netherlands -- Early works to 1800/Trials (Sodomy) -- Netherlands -- Early works to 1800/Sodomy -- Poetry -- Early works to 1800.

1763. Herrup, Cynthia B. A house in gross disorder : sex, law, and the 2nd Earl of Castlehaven. New York: Oxford University Press, 1999. xvi, 216 p.

Genealogies of the Touchet and Stanley Families -- Introduction: Castlehaven Redux -- Ch. 1. A Household Kept unto Itself -- Ch. 2. A Debauched Son of a Noble Family -- Ch. 3. A Verdict, but No Resolution -- Ch. 4. A Household Broke Beyond Repair -- Ch. 5. Retellings -- Ch. 6. Conclusions -- App. A. The Jurors -- App. B. Verses -- App. C. Genealogy of Manuscripts and Pamphlets.

XXKD372.C37 H47 1999 Law XXKD372.C37 H47 1999 Gen XXKD372.C37 H47 1999.

Castlehaven, Mervyn Touchet/Trials (Rape)--England/Trials (Sodomy)--England/Great Britain--History--Early Stuarts, 1603-1649--Sources.

1764. A faithful narrative of the proceedings in a late affair between the Rev. Mr. John Swinton, and Mr. George Baker, both of Wadham College, Oxford... London: Sold at the Britannia in the Old Bailey, 1739.(Sex Research: Early literature from statistics to erotica: Section II: Sex, law and medicine; reel 18 no. 187).

JRLmicrofilm HQ12.S49 1983 reel 18 no.187.

Sodomy -- Great Britain -- Oxford.

1765. Vega Umbasia, Leonardo Alberto. Pecado y delito en la colonia : la bestialidad como una forma de contravención sexual (1740-1808). 1a. ed. Santafé de Bogotá, D.C., Colombia: Instituto Colombiano de Cultura Hispanica, 1994. 125 p. (Colección Cuadernos de historia colonial, título 2).

Gen HQ72.C7V440 1994.

Bestiality--Colombia--History/Sexual deviation--Colombia--History/Criminal justice, Administration of--Colombia--History.

1766. Canosa, Romano. Storia di una grande paura : la sodomia a Firenze e a Venezia nel Quattrocento. 1a ed. Milano: Feltrinelli, 1991. 199 p.

Gen HQ72.I8C360 1991.

Sexual deviation--Italy--Florence--History/Sexual deviation--Italy--Venice--History/Sodomy--Italy--Florence--History/Sodomy--Italy--Venice--History/Criminal justice, Administration of--Italy--Florence--History/Criminal justice, Administration of--Italy--Venice--History.

1767. Mormando, Franco. The preacher's demons : Bernardino of Siena and the social underworld of early Renaissance Italy. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1999. xvi, 364 p.

Partial contents: Ch. 1, pt. 7. The Witch, the Sodomite, the Jew, and Bernardino -- Ch. 3. "Even the Devil Flees in Horror at the Sight of This Sin": Sodomy and Sodomites. 1. Definitions and Distinctions. 2. Sodomy as the "Worst Crime" 3. Scripture, Science, and Reason against Sodomy. 4. The Causes of the Sodomitic Vice. 5. Adolescent Sexuality and Sodomy. 6. Bernardino and Vincenzo, a Particular Friendship. 7. Bernardino's Portrait of the Adult Sodomite. 8. The Cure: Terror, Shame, and Destruction. 9. The Response of the Towns .

Gen BX4700.B55 M67 1999.


1768. Martini, Gabriele. Il "vitio nefando" nella Venezia del Seicento : aspetti sociali e repressione di giustizia. Roma: Jouvence, c1988. 131 p.

Gen HQ72.I8M37 1988.

Sexual deviation--Italy--Venice--History--17th century/Criminal justice, Administration of--Italy--Venice--History--17th century.

1769. Gerard, Kent and Hekma, Gert. The Pursuit of sodomy : male homosexuality in Renaissance and Enlightenment Europe. New York: Haworth Press, 1988. 553 p. (Journal of Homosexuality, v. 17).

HQ75.J86 RR2.

Homosexuality, Male--Europe--History/Sodomy--Europe--History--Sources/Social history/Homosexuality--history--Europe.

1770. Burg, B. R. Sodomy and the perception of evil : English sea rovers in the seventeenth-century Caribbean. New York: New York University Press, 1983. xxiii, 215 p.

Includes index.

Gen HQ76.2.C27B870 1983.

Homosexuality, Male--Caribbean Area--History--17th century/Homosexuality, Male--England--History--17th century/Pirates--Caribbean Area--Sexual behavior--History--17th century.

1771. Matar, N. I. Turks, Moors and Englishmen in the age of discovery. New York: Columbia University Press, c1999. xi, 268 p.

1. Turks and Moors in England -- 2. Soldiers, Pirates, Traders, and Captives: Britons Among the Muslims -- 3. The Renaissance Triangle: Britons, Muslims, and American Indians -- 4. Sodomy and Conquest -- 5. Holy Land, Holy War -- Conclusion: Britons, Muslims, and the Shadow of the American Indians -- App. A. English Captivity Accounts, 1577-1704 -- App. B. The Journey of the first Levantine to America -- App. C. Ahmad bin Qasim on Sodomy -- Index / Marilyn Goravitch.

DS63.2.G7 M38 1999 Gen, Harp.

Indians--First contact with Europeans/Middle East--Relations--Great Britain/Great Britain--Relations--Middle East/Africa, North--Relations--Great Britain/Great Britain--Relations--Africa, North/Middle East--History--1517-/Africa, North--History--1517-1882/Great Britain--History--Elizabeth, 1558-1603/Great Britain--History--Stuarts, 1603-1714.

1772. Meer, Theo van der. Sodoms zaad in Nederland : het ontstaan van homoseksualiteit in de vroegmoderne tijd. Nijmegen: Sun, 1995. 512 p.

Gen HQ76.3.N4M33 1995.


1773. Sylvestre, Paul François. Bougrerie en Nouvelle-France. Hull, Québec: Editions Asticou, c1983. 92 p. (Hiers).

Gen HQ76.2.N48S950 1983.

Homosexuality, Male--New France/Sodomy--New France/Homosexuality--Law and legislation--New France/New France--Moral conditions.

1774. Sommer, Matthew Harvey. Sex, law, and society in late imperial China. Stanford, Calif: Stanford University Press, c2000. xvi, 413 p. (Law, society, and culture in China).

Partial contents: 4. The Problem of the Penetrated Male: Qing Sodomy Legislation and the Fixing of Male Gender -- App. B. Qing Sodomy Legislation.

XXKNQ4200.S65 2000 Gen, Law.

Sex crimes--China--History/Sex and law--China--History/Sex customs--China--History.

1775. European Commission of Human Rights and Wells, Peter Vernon. Peter Vernon Wells against the United Kingdom : report of the Commission, adopted on 12 October 1978. Strasbourg: Council of Europe, 1978? ii, 63 p.

LawB KD19.C8A26W31 1978.

Wells, Peter Vernon/Sodomy--Great Britain/Trials (Sodomy)--Great Britain.

1776. European Court of Human Rights and Norris, David. Affaire Norris : 1. Decision du 30 Novembre 1987 (dessaisissement) : 2. Arret du 26 Octobre 1988 = Norris Case : 1. Decision of 30 November 1987 (relinquishment of jurisdiction), 2. Judgment of 26 October 1988. Strasbourg Kóln: Greffe de la Cour, Conseil de l'Europe C. Heymanns, 1989. 35, 35 p.

French and English on opposite pages; numbered in duplicate.

LawB KD19.C8A305 v.142.

Norris, David/Homosexuality--Law and legislation--Ireland.

1777. European Court of Human Rights and Thynne, Michael Keith. Affaire Thynne, Wilson et Gunnell : décision du 25 juin 1990 (dessaisissement) : arrêt du 25 octobre 1990 = Case of Thynne, Wilson and Gunnell : decision of 25 June 1990 (relinquishment of jurisdiction) : judgment of 25 October 1990 ; Affaire Fox, Campbell et Hartley : arrêt du 27 mars 1991 (article 50) = Case of Fox, Campbell and Hartley : judgment of 27 March 1991 (article 50). Strasbourg Kóln: Greffe de la Cour, Conseil de l'Europe Heymanns, 1991. 51, 51 p.

French and English on opposite pages, numbered in duplicate.

LawB KD19.C8A305 v.190.

Thynne, Michael Keith/Rape--Great Britain/Sodomy--Great Britain/Detention of persons--Northern Ireland.

1778. European Court of Human Rights and Modinos, Alecos. Affaire Modinos c. Chypre : arrêt du 22 avril 1993 = Case of Modinos v. Cyprus : judgment of 22 April 1993. Strasbourg: Greffe de la Cour, Conseil de l'Europe Heymann, 1993. 27, 27 p.

French and English on opposite pages, numbered in duplicate.

LawB KD19.C8A305 v.259.

Modinos, Alecos/Gays--Legal status, laws, etc--Cyprus/Privacy, Right of--Cyprus.

1779. European Court of Human Rights and Dudgeon, Jeffrey. Affaire Dudgeon : 1. Décision du 30 janvier 1981. 2. Arrêt du 2 octobre 1981. 3. Décision du 22 octobre 1981 = Dudgeon case : 1. Decision of 30 January 1981. 2. Judgment of 22 October 1981. 3. Decision of 22 October 1981. Strasbourg Kóln: Greffe de la Cour, Conseil de l'Europe C. Heymanns, 1982. 48, 48 p.

English and French. Opposite pages bear duplicate numbering.

LawB KD19.C8A305 v.45.

Dudgeon, Jeffrey/Sodomy--Northern Ireland/Homosexuality--Law and legislation--Northern Ireland.

1780. European Court of Human Rights. Affaire Dudgeon : arrêt du 24 février 1983 (article 50) = Dudgeon case : judgment of 24 February 1983 (article 50). Strasbourg Köln: Greffe de la Cour, Conseil de l'Europe C. Heymanns, 1983. 11, 11 p.

French and English on opposite pages, numbered in duplicate.

LawB KD19.C8A305 v.59.

Dudgeon, Jeffrey/Homosexuality--Great Britain/Homosexuality--Northern Ireland.

1781. European Court of Human Rights and Dudgeon, Jeffrey. Affaire Dudgeon = Dudgeon case. Strasbourg Kóln: Greffe de la Cour, Conseil de l'Europe C. Heymanns, 1984. 49, 49, 50-302 p.

Includes index. English and French on opposite pages, numbered in duplicate.

LawB KD19.C8A3051 v.40.

Dudgeon, Jeffrey/Gays--Legal status, laws, etc--Great Britain/Gays--Legal status, laws, etc--Northern Ireland.

1782. Hirschfeld, Magnus and Germany. §175 des Reichsstrafgesetzbuchs : die homosexuelle Frage im Urteile der Zeitgenossen. Leipzig: Verlag von Max Spohr, 1898. 71 p.

Gen HQ76.H728, Law KK8582 .H5 1898 .

Homosexuality--Germany--Law and legislation--History--19th century.

1783. Ulrichs, Karl Heinrich. [Forschungen über das Rätsel der mannmännlichen Lieben] The Riddle of man-manly love : the pioneering work on male homosexuality. Buffalo: Prometheus Books, 1994. 2 v. (712 p.).

Gen, Law HQ76.U47130 1994.

Homosexuality, Male/Homosexuality--Law and legislation--Germany.

1784. Deutsche Gesellschaft für Sexualforschung, Bürger-Prinz, Hans, and Giese, Hans. Zur Strafrechtsreform. Stuttgart: F. Enke, 1968. vi, 118 p. (Beiträge zur Sexualforschung, 43. Heft).

"Symposion der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Sexualforschung vom 13. bis 14. November 1967 in Bonn, aus Anlass des 70. Geburtstages von ... Hans Bürger-Prinz." Ansprache zur Eröffnung, von W. Hallermann.--Sittengesetz und Strafgesetz in katholischer Hinsicht, von F. Böckle.--Brennpunkte einer Reform des Sexualstrafrechts, von E.-W. Hanack.--Rechtsvergleichende Bemerkungen zur strafrechtlichen Behandlung der einfachen Homosexualität, von H.-H. Jescheck.--Gesunde und kranke Straftäter, von H. Giese.--Gruppennotzuchtdelikte Jugendlicher und Heranwachsender, von W. Rasch.--Einige Bemerkungen zur strafrechtlichen Verantwortung, von R. Sleverts.

LawB KD1326.E723Z9 1968.

Sex crimes--Germany (West).

1785. Hiller, Kurt. §175 : die Schmach des Jahrhunderts. Hannover: P. Steegemann, 1922. 132 p.

Rosenberger 39B-21.

Homosexuality -- Germany.

1786. Baumgardt, Manfred, Freunde eines Schwulen Museums in Berlin, and Emanzipation e.V. Frankfurt am Main. Die Geschichte des §175 : Strafrecht gegen Homosexuelle. Berlin: Rosa Winkel, c1990. 175 p.

Catalog of exhibitions held 1990 in Berlin and Frankfurt am Main.

Gen XXKK8582.G470 1990.

Homosexuality--Law and legislation--Germany (West)--Criminal provisions--History/Homosexuality--Germany (West)--History/Homosexuality--Law and legislation--Germany--Criminal provisions--History--Exhibitions--Catalogs/Homosexuality--Germany--History--Exhibitions--Catalogs.

85. Decriminalization of homosexual acts

1787. Jeffery-Poulter, Stephen. Peers, queers, and commons : the struggle for gay law reform from 1950 to the present. London New York: Routledge, 1991. xiii, 296 p.

Cover title: Peers, queers & commons.

Gen, Law XXKD4103.J440 1991.

Homosexuality--Law and legislation--Great Britain--History/Gay liberation movement--Great Britain--History.

1788. Great Britain. Northern Ireland Office. Legislation Branch. Explanatory document for a proposal for a draft homosexual offences (Northern Ireland) order 1978. Belfast: H.M.S.O, 1978. [5] p.

LawB K2032.N72E76 1978.

Sodomy--Northern Ireland.

1789. Northern Ireland Standing Advisory Commission on Human Rights. Report on the law in Northern Ireland relating to divorce and homosexuality . London: H.M.S.O, 1977. 19 p.

LawB K2137.H7L2 1977.

Homosexuality--Law and legislation--Northern Ireland/Sodomy--Northern Ireland/Divorce--Northern Ireland.

1790. Great Britain. Committee on Homosexual Offences and Prostitution. The Wolfenden report; report of the Committee on Homosexual Offenses and Prostitution. Authorized American ed. New York: Stein and Day, c1963. 243 p.

London ed. has title: Report.

Law K2032.H85W8 1963 .

Homosexuality--legislation/Prostitution--legislation/Homosexuality--Great Britain/Prostitution--Great Britain.

1791. Berg, Charles. Fear, punishment, anxiety, and the Wolfenden report. London: Allen & Unwin, 1959. 126 p.

Gen, Law HQ76.B49.

Great Britain--Committee on Homosexual Offences and Prostitution/Homosexuality--Great Britain/Anxiety/Fear.

1792. Chesser, Eustace. Live and let live; the moral of the Wolfenden report. London: Heinemann, 1958. 125, [1] p.

Gen HQ76.C52; another edi. at Law HQ76.C521.

Great Britain--Committee on Homosexual Offences and Prostitution/Homosexuality/Prostitution.

1793. Burkhardt, Rudolf. Der Sturm bricht los; der Streit um den Wolfenden Report in England. [Zürich: Verlag Der Kreis, 1957. 16 p.

LawB KB516.B85S9.

Wolfenden, John/Homosexuality.

1794. Great Britain. Committee on Homosexual Offenses and Prostitution. Report. London: H.M. Stationery Office, 1957.

At head of title: House Office. Scottish Home Depot.

Gen J301.K61956/57 v.14.

Homosexuality--Gt. Brit./Prostitution--Gt. Brit.

1795. Glover, Edward, Institute for the Study and Treatment of Delinquency (London, England, and Portman Clinic, London. The problem of homosexuality Being a memorandum presented to the Departmental Committee on Homosexual Offences and Prostitution, by a joint committee representing the Institute for the Study and Treatment of Delinquency, and the Portman Clinic. Edited by Edward Glover. London: I. S. T. D, 1956? 39 p.

LawB KB2211.G4H6.


1796. Church of England Moral Welfare Council, Bailey, Derrick Sherwin, and Great Britain Committee on Homosexual Offences and Prostitution. Sexual offenders and social punishment being the evidence submitted on behalf of the Church of England Moral Welfare Council to the Departmental Committee on Homosexual Offences and Prostitution, with other material relating thereto. Westminster: Church Information Board, 1956. 120 p.

"Statutes relating to homosexual offences and prostitution": p. 112-120.

LawB KB697.C9S5 1956.


1797. British Medical Association. Homosexuality and prostitution; a memorandum of evidence. London, 1956. 94 p.

First published, 1955.

LawB KB473.B755H6 1956.


1798. Morris, Miranda. The pink triangle : the gay law reform debate in Tasmania. Sydney, Australia Portland, OR: UNSW Press IBS [distributor], 1995. xii, 135 p.

Gen HQ76.8.T37 M67 1995.

Gay rights--Tasmania/Homosexuality--Law and legislation--Tasmania.

86. Politics; politicians--United States and general

1799. Gunderson, Steve, Morris, Rob, and Bawer, Bruce. House and home. New York, N.Y., U.S.A: Dutton, c1996. 327 p.

Gen E840.8.G83A30 1996.

Gunderson, Steve/Morris, Rob/United States--Congress--House/Legislators--United States--Biography/Gay politicians--United States--Biography/Gay rights--United States/Homosexuality--United States.

1800. Liebman, Marvin. Coming out conservative : an autobiography. San Francisco: Chronicle Books, 1992. 272 p.

Includes index.

Gen E840.8.L47A30 1992.

Liebman, Marvin/Politicians--United States--Biography/Gay politicians--United States--Biography/Conservatism--United States--History--20th century/Homosexuality--United States.

1801. Thompson, W. Scott. The price of achievement : coming out in Reagan days. London: Cassell, 1995. viii, 242 p.

Gen E840.8.T48A3x 1995.

Thompson, W. Scott/Gay politicians--United States--Biography/Coming out (Sexual orientation)--United States/Homosexuality--United States/Closeted gays--United States.

1802. Shilts, Randy. The mayor of Castro Street : the life and times of Harvey Milk. lst ed. New York: St. Martin's Press, c1982. xvii, 388 p., [6] p. of plates.

"Expansion of 'The life and death of Harvey Milk,' first published in Christopher Street magazine in March 1979"--T.p. verso.

Gen F869.S353M5470 1982.

Milk, Harvey/Gay liberation movement--California--San Francisco/Politicians--California--San Francisco--Biography/San Francisco (Calif.)--Politics and government/San Francisco (Calif.)--Biography.

1803. Gingrich, Candace and Bull, Chris. The accidental activist : a personal and political memoir. New York, NY: Scribner, c1996. 254 p.

"A Lisa Drew book." Includes index.

Gen HQ75.4.G56 A3 1996.

Gingrich, Candace/Lesbian activists--United States--Biography/Gay rights--United States.

1804. Bauman, Robert. The gentleman from Maryland : the conscience of a gay conservative. New York: Arbor House, c1986. xii, 276 p.

"A Belvedere book.".

Gen HQ75.8.B38A30 1986.

Bauman, Robert/Gay men--Washington (D.C.)--Biography/Politicians--United States--Biography/Legislators--United States--Biography.

1805. Blasius, Mark. Gay and lesbian politics : sexuality and the emergence of an ethos. Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1994. xi, 239 p.

Ch. 1. The Creation of Gay and Lesbian Politics. A Historical Ontology of Politics. Power, Subjectivity, and Truth. Politics and Technologies of Government -- Ch. 2. A Politics of Sexuality. Power in Modernity: Biopower. Sexuality Becomes a Political Issue. Sexuality: A Technology of Government. The Lesbian and Gay Politics of Sexuality -- Ch. 3. Sexuality, Subjectivity, and Political Identity. A Genealogy of Gay and Lesbian Identity. Erotics: From Subjection to Agency. Silence = Death: Coming Out and the Creation of the Self. Conclusion: After Sexuality, Erotics? -- Ch. 4. What Are Lesbian and Gay Rights? Sexuality and Normativity: A Relational Right. AIDS and Biopower -- Ch. 5. An Ethos of Lesbian and Gay Existence. Lesbian and Gay Existence: Sexual Orientation, Lifestyle, and Community. The Emergence of a Lesbian and Gay Ethos. Ethos, Knowledge, and Politics. Gay and Lesbian Politics and a New Ethic.

Gen HQ76.3.U5B560 1994.

Homosexuality--Political aspects--United States/Lesbianism--Political aspects--United States/Gay men--United States--Political activity/Lesbians--United States--Political activity.

1806. Hertzog, Mark. The lavender vote : lesbians, gay men, and bisexuals in American electoral politics. New York: New York University Press, c1996. x, 278 p.

Virgin ground -- From "lavender" people to "lavender" voters -- The sexuality gap : the 1990 national exit polls -- A view from the states -- Can the activists turn out the vote? : the case of Deborah Glick -- Into the mainstream : the lavender vote helps elect a president -- What it all means and why it matters.

Gen HQ76.3.U5H490 1996.

Gays--United States--Political activity/Bisexuals--United States--Political activity.

1807. Osborn, Torie. Coming home to America : a roadmap to gay & lesbian empowerment. 1st ed. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1996. x, 260 p.

Gen HQ76.3.U5O820 1996.

Gay men--United States--Social conditions/Gay men--United States--Political activity/Lesbians--United States--Social conditions/Lesbians--United States--Political activity/Coming out (Sexual orientation)--United States/Social action--United States/Social change--United States.

1808. Blasius, Mark. Sexual identities, queer politics. Princeton: Princeton University Press, c2001. ix, 382 p.

Gen, Harp HQ76.5 .S49 2001 .

Gay rights/Gay liberation movement/Gays--Political activity.

1809. Phelan, Shane. Playing with fire : queer politics, queer theories. New York: Routledge, 1997. iii, 291 p.

Gen HQ76.3.U5P58 1997.

Gays--United States--Identity/Lesbians--United States--Identity/Gay men--United States--Political activity/Lesbians--United States--Political activity/Lesbian feminism--United States/Homosexuality--Political aspects--United States/Homosexuality--United States--Philosophy/Queer theory.

1810. Kahn, Arthur David. The many faces of gay : activists who are changing the nation. Westport, Conn: Praeger, 1997. x, 338 p.

Gen HQ76.8.U52 N54 1997.

Gay activists--New York Metropolitan Area/Gay men--New York Metropolitan Area--Political activity/Lesbians--New York Metropolitan Area--Political activity/Coming out (Sexual orientation)--New York Metropolitan Area.

1811. League of Gay and Lesbian Voters (Pa.). Voters' guide Voters' guide General election (Philadelphia region).

Description based on: 1994; title from cover.

Gen JK2023.P4V672; Pittsburgh region at JK2023.P4V674.

Voting--Pennsylvania--Philadelphia Region--Handbooks, manuals, etc/Voting--Pennsylvania--Handbooks, manuals, etc/Gays--Pennsylvania--Philadelphia Region--Political activity--Handbooks, manuals, etc/Gays--Pennsylvania--Political activity--Handbooks, manuals, etc/Voting--Pennsylvania--Pittsburgh Region--Handbooks, manuals, etc.

1812. DeBold, Kathleen and Gay and Lesbian Victory Fund. Out for office : campaigning in the gay nineties. Washington, DC: Gay and Lesbian Victory Fund, c1994. xiv, 304 p.

Gen JK2283.O870 1994.

Electioneering--United States/Gay politicians--United States.

1813. Underwood, Katherine and Keiser, Richard A. Minority politics at the millennium. New York: Garland Pub, 2000. ix, 285 p.

Includes: Ch. 10. Gay and Lesbian Incorporation into Four Urban Regimes in Upstate New York / Donald B. Rosenthal.

Gen E184.A1 M5445 2000.

Minorities--United States--Political activity/Minorities--United States--Political activity--Forecasting/Twenty-first century/Urban policy--United States/Municipal government--United States/United States--Ethnic relations/United States--Race relations/United States--Politics and government--1989-.

1814. Faryna, Stan, Stetson, Brad, and Conti, Joseph G. Black and right : the bold new voice of black conservatives in America. Westport, Conn: Praeger, 1997. xviii, 193 p.

Partial contents: 19. Family Values vs. Homosexual Rights: Tradition Collides with an Elite Social Tide / Joseph E. Broadus.

Gen E185.615 .B538 1997.

Afro-Americans--Politics and government/Conservatism--United States.

1815. Frymer, Paul. Uneasy alliances : race and party competition in America. Princeton, N.J: Princeton University Press, c1999. xii, 214 p. (Princeton studies in American politics).

Revision of the author's thesis (Ph. D.)--Yale University, 1995. Partial contents: 7. Is the Concept of Electoral Capture Applicable to Other Groups? The Case of Gay and Lesbian Voters in the Democratic Party and the Christian Right in the Republican Party.

Gen E185.615 .F79 1999.

Racism--Political aspects--United States/Political parties--United States--History/Afro-Americans--Civil rights--History/United States--Race relations--Political aspects/United States--Politics and government--1865-1900/United States--Politics and government--20th century.

1816. Yeager, Ken. Trailblazers : profiles of America's gay and lesbian elected officials. New York: Haworth Press, c1999. ix, 269 p.

Gen E840.6 .Y43 1999.

Legislators--United States--Biography/Gay politicians--United States--Biography.

1817. Tafel, Richard. Party crasher : a gay Republican challenges politics as usual. New York: Simon & Schuster, c1999. 253 p.

Includes index.

Gen E840.8 .T34 1999.

Tafel, Richard/Republican Party (U.S. : 1854- )/Politicians--United States--Biography/Gay politicians--United States--Biography/Gay rights--United States/United States--Politics and government--1989-.

1818. Sharp, Elaine B. Culture wars and local politics. Lawrence: University Press of Kansas, c1999. 250 p. (Studies in government and public policy).

Partial contents: 4. Regime Change and Gay and Lesbian Politics in Four New York Cities / Donald B. Rosenthal -- 5. The Politics of Gay Rights Legislation / James W. Button, Kenneth D. Wald and Barbara A. Rienzo -- 6. Conflicts over Sexual Orientation Issues in the Schools / Barbara A. Rienzo, James W. Button and Kenneth D. Wald -- 7. San Francisco and Domestic Partners: New Fields of Battle in the Culture War / Richard DeLeon.

Gen HN59.2 .C83 1999.

Culture--Political aspects--United States/Social values--Political aspects--United States/Local government--United States/Municipal government--United States/United States--Social policy--1980-1993/United States--Social policy--1993-.

1819. Carver, Terrell and Mottier, Véronique. Politics of sexuality. London New York: Routledge, 1998. xv, 199 p. (Routledge/ECPR studies in European political science, 4).

"Initially and largely the result of a workshop on 'The Politics of Sexuality' ... at the joint sessions of the European Consortium for Political Research, held at Oslo in the spring of 1996"--Introd. Partial contents: 6. Sexual politics: feminist politics, gay politics and the problem of heterosexuality / Stevi Jackson. 7. Sexuality and rights: problematising lesbian and gay politics / Momin Rahman.

Gen HQ23 .P66 1998.

Sex--Political aspects/Sex and law.

1820. Kleindienst, Kris. This is what lesbian looks like : dyke activists take on the 21st century. Ithaca, N.Y: Firebrand Books, c1999. 278 p.

Gen HQ75.6.U5 T55 1999.

Lesbians--United States--Political activity.

1821. Roseneil, Sasha. Common women, uncommon practices : the queer feminisms of Greenham. London New York: Cassell, 2000. vii, 340 p.

The Greenham Women -- Map of USAF Greenham Common, and the Greenham Common Women's Peace Camp -- 1. Common Women, Uncommon Practices -- 2. Genealogies of Greenham -- 3. Beginnings -- 4. Geographies of Greenham -- 5. Common Living -- 6. Common Values of a Queer Feminism -- 7. Differences, Debates and Conflicts: The Politics of 'Women' at Greenham -- 8. Action Stories -- 9. Que(e)rying Authority -- 10. Queering Lives -- 11. A Queer New World?

Gen HQ76.3.G72 B477 2000.

Lesbians--England--Berkshire--Political activity/Women and peace--England--Berkshire/Feminism--England--Berkshire/Greenham Common Women's Peace Camp.

1822. Bailey, Robert W. Gay politics, urban politics : identity and economics in the urban setting . New York: Columbia University Press, c1999. xv, 396 p. (Power, conflict, and democracy).

Pt. I. Sexual Identity and Urban Politics. 1. Lesbian and Gay Politics in the Urban Setting -- Pt. II. Methods, Models, and Metaphors of Identity in Urban Politics. 2. Identity, Sexual Identity, and Political Behavior. 3. Economism and Identity in Urban Politics -- Pt. III. The Spaces, Values, and Votes of Urban Lesbians and Gay Men. 4. Identity, Urban Space, and Political Action. 5. Identity Formation and the Urban Gay and Lesbian Vote. 6. Sexual Identity Voting in Mayoral Coalitions in Chicago, Los Angeles, and New York -- Pt. IV. Sexual Identity and Urban Governance. 7. The Political Organization of Sexual Identity in Birmingham, Alabama. 8. Protected and Unprotected Minorities in the Districting of New York's City Council. 9. Sexual Identity and Police Practices in Philadelphia. 10. Regime Theory and Identity Theory: Development Politics, School Politics, and Domestic Partnerships in San Francisco -- Pt. V. Conclusion: Cities as Places in Which People Live. 11. Conclusions on the Micro Level: Identity, Embeddedness, and Urban Governance. 12. Conclusions on the Macro Level: Identity and Economics in the Urban Setting.

res HQ76.3.U5 B35 1999.

Gays--United States--Political activity/Gays--United States--Identity/Municipal government--United States/Group identity--Political aspects--United States.

1823. Rayside, Morton David. On the fringe : gays and lesbians in politics. Ithaca, N.Y: Cornell University Press, 1998. xix, 356 p.

Introduction: Activist Influence and Political Context -- Britain. 1. Promoting Heterosexuality in the Thatcher Years. 2. Activist Openings on the Age of Consent. 3. The Parliamentary Ascent of Chris Smith -- Canada. 4. The Canadian Human Rights Act and Liberal Party Pragmatism. 5. The Fight for Relationship Recognition in Ontario. 6. The Activist Roles of Svend Robinson -- United States. 7. The Military Ban and the Perils of Congressional Politics. 8. Barney Frank and the Art of the Possible. 9. The Inescapable Allure of the American Mainstream.

Gen HQ76.8.G7 R39 1998.

Gay liberation movement--Great Britain/Gay liberation movement--Canada/Gay liberation movement--United States/Gays--Great Britain--Political activity/Gays--Canada--Political activity/Gays--United States--Political activity.

1824. Gallagher, John and Bull, Chris. Perfect enemies : the battle between the religious right and the gay movement. Updated ed., 1st Madison Books ed. Lanham [Md.]: Madison Books, 2001. xv, 320 p.

Originally published: New York : Crown Publishers, c1996. Includes index.

Gen HQ76.8.U5 G355 2001.

Gay rights--United States/Gay liberation movement--United States/Homophobia--United States/Homosexuality--Religious aspects--Christianity/Fundamentalism--United States/Conservatism--United States/Conservatism--Religious aspects--Christianity/Christianity and politics--United States/United States--Politics and government--1989-.

1825. Riggle, Ellen D. B. and Tadlock, Barry L. Gays and lesbians in the democratic process : public policy, public opinion, and political representation. New York: Columbia University Press, c1999. x, 304 p.

Ch. 1. Gays and Lesbians in the Democratic Process: Past, Present, and Future / Ellen D. B. Riggle and Barry L. Tadlock -- Ch. 2. Spatial and Temporal Diffusion of Local Antidiscrimination Policies for Sexual Orientation / Marieka Klawitter and Brian Hammer -- Ch. 3. Antidiscrimination Laws in Local Government: A Public Policy Analysis of Municipal Lesbian and Gay Public Employment Protection / John B. Dorris -- Ch. 4. Dillon's Rule and Gay Rights: State Control Over Local Efforts to Protect the Rights of Lesbians and Gay Men / Charles W. Gossett -- Ch. 5. Elite Attitudes Toward Homosexuals / Jean Reith Schroedel -- Ch. 6. Does the Public Support Equal Employment Rights for Gays and Lesbians? / Gregory B. Lewis and Marc A. Rogers -- Ch. 7. Gay and Lesbian Rights: Emerging Trends in Public Opinion and Voting Behavior / Steven H. Haeberle -- Ch. 8. The Effects of Sexual Orientation on Citizen Perceptions of Candidate Viability / Rebekah Herrick and Sue Thomas -- Ch. 9. Group Stereotypes and Evaluations of Individuals: The Case of Gay and Lesbian Political Candidates / Ewa A. Golebiowska and Cynthia J. Thomsen -- Ch. 10. Institutions Matter: Local Electoral Laws, Gay and Lesbian Representation, and Coalition Building Across Minority Communities / Gary M. Segura -- Ch. 11. Creating Change - Holding the Line: Agenda Setting on Lesbian and Gay Issues at the National Level / Donald P. Haider-Markel -- Ch. 12. The Youth of the Movement: Gay Activists in 1972-1973 /.

HQ76.8.U5 G39 1999 Gen, SSAd.

Kenneth Sherrill.Gay rights--United States/Gay liberation movement--United States/Gays--United States--Political activity.

1826. Phelan, Shane. Sexual strangers : gays, lesbians, and dilemmas of citizenship. Philadelphia, PA: Temple University Press, 2001. x, 179 p. (Queer politics, queer theories).

Gen HQ76.8.U5 P48 2001 .

Gay rights--United States/Political rights--United States/Citizenship--United States/Homosexuality--Political aspects--United States/Lesbianism--Political aspects--United States.

1827. Bull, Chris. Witness to revolution : the Advocate reports on gay and lesbian politics, 1967-1999. 1st ed. Los Angeles: Alyson Books, 1999. xvii, 429 p.

Pt. 1. The Awakening: Pre- and Post-Stonewall Riots (1967-1975). Happy Birthday to Us: Editorial. The World Is My Ashtray / Dick Michaels. Anatomy of a Raid / David S. and Dick Michaels. "God Loves All:" Bold New Church Welcomes Gays / A. B. T. Overexposed Model Can't See Overexposed Film. Police Raid on N. Y. Club Sets Off First Gay Riot / Dick Leitsch. N. Y. Gays: Will the Spark Die? / Lige Clark and Jack Nichols. Bitch Fight of the Year: Buckley Versus Vidal / Lyn Pedersen. Raid Victim Impaled on Fence / Leo Louis Martello. Two L. A. Girls Attempt First Legal Gay Marriage. Socarides Warns of Homosexual Epidemic. Get 'Em In, Throw 'Em Out: Military Policies on Gays Make No Sense / Rob Cole. GAA Zaps Harper's Magazine. MCC Is Home: Over 1,000 Attend Dedication Service in Los Angeles / Rob Cole. Idaho Sex Reform: Adult Consent Law Adopted; Nation's Third. Ted Kennedy Says He's for Gay Rights / Guy Charles. Senator Muskie Dodges Issue. "Marriage Is an Evil That Most Men Welcome" / Rob Cole. First in Nation: Rights Law in San Francisco / Don Jackson. These Cops Are Gay and Proud. "A Part of Our Souls Was Ignited..." / Martin St. John. New Orleans Toll 32; Arson Evidence Cited / Bill Rushton. Sick No More. Women's Rage Splits APA Panel. Boy Raped on TV Show Stirs Protest / David Aiken. Noble Wins: First Open Gay in Legislature / Allen Young. Inspired by Elaine Noble: Legislator Comes Out / Howard Erickson -- Pt. 2. Liberation: Building a Movement (1976-1981). Milk Gets Canned But Keeps on Running / Sasha Gregory-Lewis. A Closet Full of Loneliness / Randy Shilts. The Republicans: Embracing Homophobes and Gay Rights Backers - A Fresh Look at the Grand Old Party / Sasha Gregory-Lewis. Be It Ever So Violent: There's No Place Like Home / Randy Shilts. The Polyester Plot: A Conspiracy of Belief / Randy Shilts. A City Grieves Good Men Slain / Scott Anderson. Milk: Up-front and Committed / Lenny Giteck. Moscone: A Passion for People / Scott Anderson. An End to the Silence About Suicide / Eric E. Rofes. The Third Man's Themes: Gay Rights and Social Evolution - Jery Brown: The Candidate Takes Future Stock / Lenny Giteck and Scott Anderson. A Chill Wind for Gay Rights / Larry Bush and Richard Goldstein -- Pt. 3. Health Crisis: AIDS and Backlash (1982-1988). Inside Falwell Country: A Gay Community is Growing Right on Moral Majority's Doorstep / Jere Real. A Spy Infiltrates a Falwell Dinner / Scott Tucker. New Right Leader: Terry Dolan / Larry Bush. AIDS: Mysteries and Hidden Dangers / John Rechy. S. F. Judge Closes Ten Gay Baths, Sex Clubs / Ray O'Loughlin. Should the Bathhouses Be Closed? / Peter Freiberg. Dan White: Suicide as Justice / Charles Linebarger. High Court Upholds Sodomy Law / Dave Walter. Supreme Court Decision Sparks Protests: "New Militancy" Seen in Angry Demonstrations / Peter Freiberg. N. Y., Pa., Mass.: Impact of Ruling Unclear / Peter Freiberg. New Lineup of Justices More Antigay: Reagan Nominates Rehnquist, Scalia to Fill Empty Seats / Dave Walter. In the Justices' Own Words ... / Dave Walter. Reagan's Gay Sex Scandal / Tim Brick. The New York Times Versus Gay America: All the (Heterosexual) News That's Fit to Print / George De Stefano. Rep. Barney Frank Comes Out Publicly as Gay; Says Media Is Making 1987 "Year of the Crotch" / Peter Freiberg. The March on Washington: Hundreds of Thousands Take the Gay Cause to the Nation's Capital / Peter Freiberg. Interview: Barney Frank / Rick Harding. Jesse: Putting Jackson Into Perspective / Mark Vandervelden. The New Gay Activism: Adding Bite to the Movement / Peter Freiberg, Rick Harding and Mark Vandervelden -- Pt. 4. Sex, Religion, and Politics: >From Antigay Initiatives to the White House (1989-1999). Dallas Gays Protest Judge's Comments: Jurist's Notions About Gays Make Him Unfit for the Bench, They Say. Will a Hustler's Allegations Turn Barney Frank's Career Into Barney Rubble? / Rick Harding. The Inside Story on the Massachusetts Rights Bill: How Did Gays Win Passage? What Does It Mean Elsewhere? What Happens Next? / Chris Bull. Andy, We Hardly Knew Ye: And Now, A Few Homophobic Minutes With Andy Rooney / Chris Bull. Old Politics, New Bedfellows: Conservative Movement Leader Marvin Liebman Comes Out, One Step at a Time / Dave Walter. The NEA's Latest Bout of Homophobia: Four Rejected Artists Talk Queer / Doug Sadownick. Media Watchers Say Day of Desperation Caught Nation's Eye / Chris Bull. Hypothalamus Study and Coverage of It Attract Many Barbs / John Gallagher. Tales of a Republican Scion: Dee Mosbacher, Daughter of the Secretary of Commerce, Comes Out on Capitol Hill / Robert Julian. California Explodes After Governor Kills Workplace Bias Ban / John Gallagher. Vermont Lawmakers Approve Bias Ban; Enactment Is Likely / Chris Bull. The Newsroom Becomes a Battleground: Is the Media's Siege on Lesbians in the Women's Movement a Desperate Attempt to Undermine Feminism? / Donna Minkowitz. What America Thinks of You: The More Things Change, The More They Stay the Same / John Gallagher. Why Johnny Can't Learn About Condoms: How the Religious Right Censors Sex Education Across the United States / Chris Bull. Colorado Goes Straight to Hell / John Gallagher. The Red Plague: Do Red Ribbons Really Help in the Fight Against AIDS? / John Weir. In the Name of Charity. D-Day: On the Military Issue, Gay Groups Reached for Brass Ring but Hit a Brick Wall / Chris Bull. Right Turn: Archconservative Barry Goldwater's Surprising Stance on Gay and Lesbian Rights / Chris Bull. David Mixner: Friend of No One? / John Gallagher. Suicidal Tendencies: Is Anguish Over Sexual Orientation Causing Gay and Lesbian Teens to Kill Themselves? / Chris Bull. The Lost Generation: A Second Wave of HIV Infections Among Young Gay Men Leaves Educators Worried About the Future of the Epidemic / Chris Bull and John Gallagher. Just a NORML Guy: Richard Cowan, the Nation's Leading Advocate of Marijuana Legalization, Is a Staunch Conservative - And a Gay Man / Chris Bull. "For Transsexuals, 1994 Is 1969:" Transgendered Activists Are a Minority Fighting to Be Heard Within the Gay and Lesbian Community / John Gallagher. Outward Bound: Wisconsin Congressman Steve Gunderson Talks About His Private Life - At Last / Chris Bull. Lunatic Fringe: After the Oklahoma City Bombing / Chris Bull. The Royko Affair: Newspaper Columnist Displays a Way With Words During a Drunken-Driving Arrest / John Gallagher. Closet Case: Up to the End, People for the American Way's Arthur Kropp Kept His Sexuality Separate From His Politics / Chris Bull. The Glamorization of AIDS: Everywhere You Look, the Media Send the Message "It's Sexy to be HIV-Positive" / Todd Simmons. Barbara Jordan - The Other Life: Lesbianism Was a Secret the Former Congresswoman Chose to Take to Her Grave / J. Jennings Moss. On the Record: Heated Debate Over House Approval of the Anigay Defense of Marriage Act Shines a Wary Spotlight on the Congressional Closet / J. Jennings Moss. Tackling the NFL Closet / Anne Stockwell and J. V. McAuley. Silent but Deadly: The Religious Right Hasn't Disappeared / John Gallagher. "Homicidal Homosexual": The Media Left Their Mark: Cunanan Will Be Remembered Foremost as a Gay Killer / Harry Crowley. Lesbian Plague? / John Gallagher. Rip van Revolution / Donna Red Wing. Blacks and Gays: The Unexpected Divide/ John Gallagher. One on One: Monogamy / Dan Woog. Using Pedro / Lee Condon. The Lost Brother: Matthew Shepard Was a Gentle Openly Gay Man in a State Where Being Out Isn't Easy / Jon Barrett. A Mother's Mission: Judy Shepard Talks About Her Son Matthew, His Legacy, and Her Own Newfound Activism / Jon Barrett.

Gen HQ76.8.U5 W584 1999.

Advocate (Los Angeles, Calif.)/Gay rights--United States--History/Gay liberation movement--United States--History/Homosexuality--United States.

1828. Jones, John Paul, Nast, Heidi J., and Roberts, Susan M. Thresholds in feminist geography : difference, methodology, representation . Lanham [Md.]: Rowman & Littlefield, c1997. xxxix, 428 p.

"Outcome of ... a conference sponsored by the National Science Foundation and held in January 1995 at the University of Kentucky in Lexington"--Pref. Partial contents: 15. Redefining the Barricades: Latina Lesbian Politics and the Creation of an Oppositional Public Sphere / Patricia Meono-Picado.

Gen HQ1190 .T57 1997.

Feminist theory--Congresses/Feminist geography--Congresses/Geography--Study and teaching--Congresses.

1829. Corrin, Chris. Feminist perspectives on politics. London: Longman, 1999. xii, 284 p. (Feminist perspectives series).

Partial contents: 6. Lesbian politics.

Gen HQ1206 .C67 1999.

Political science/Feminism--Political aspects.

1830. Cohen, Cathy J., Jones, Kathleen B., and Tronto, Joan C. Women transforming politics : an alternative reader. New York: New York University Press, c1997. x, 602 p.

Partial contents: 6. The Wage Effects of Sexual Orientation Discrimination / M. V. Lee Badgett -- 17. The Marginalized Uses of Power and Identity: Lesbians' Participation in Breast Cancer and AIDS Activism / Andrea Densham.

HQ1236.5.U6 W668 1997.

Women in politics--United States/Women political activists--United States/Feminism--United States.

1831. Naples, Nancy A. Community activism and feminist politics : organizing across race, class, and gender. New York: Routledge, 1998. xi, 411 p.

Partial contents: Ch. 2. Women's Culture and Lesbian Feminist Activism: A Reconsideration of Cultural Feminism / Verta Taylor and Leila J. Rupp.

HQ1421 .C65 1998 Harp, SSAd.

Women in community organization--United States/Women social reformers--United States/Minority women--United States/Feminism--United States/Social action--United States/Action research--United States.

1832. Pile, Steve and Keith, Michael. Geographies of resistance. London New York: Routledge, 1997. xiv, 315 p.

Partial contents: 7. Radical Politics Out of Place?: The curious case of ACT UP Vancouver / Michael Brown -- 8. Rings, Circles and Perverted Justice: Gay judges and moral panic in contemporary Scotland / Lawrence Knopp.

Gen JC328.3 .G46 1997.

Government, Resistance to/Dissenters/Political culture/Human geography/Spatial behavior.

1833. Bell, David and Binnie, Jon. The sexual citizen : queer politics and beyond. Cambridge [England] Malden, MA: Polity, 2000. 176 p.

Gen HQ76.25 .B45 2000.

Homosexuality--Political aspects/Lesbianism--Political aspects/Sex role--Political aspects/Gender identity--Political aspects/Citizenship.

1834. Costain, Anne N. and McFarland, Andrew S. Social movements and American political institutions. Lanham, Md: Rowman & Littlefield, c1998. viii, 335 p. (People, passions, and power).

Partial contents: 4. Mobilizing Gay Activists / Claude Dufour.

Gen JK1118 .S685 1998.

Lobbying--United States/Social movements--Political aspects--United States/United States--Politics and government.

1835. Biersack, Robert, Herrnson, Paul S., and Wilcox, Clyde. After the revolution : PACs, lobbies, and the Republican Congress. Boston: Allyn and Bacon, c1999. viii, 216 p.

Partial contents: Ch. 11. The Gay and Lesbian Victory Fund Comes of Age: Reflections on the 1996 Elections / Craig A. Rimmerman.

Gen JK1991 .B53 1999.

Republican Party (U.S. : 1854- )/Campaign funds--United States/Political action committees--United States/Lobbying--United States/Pressure groups--United States/United States--Politics and government--1993-.

1836. Bailey, Michael A. Campaigns & elections : contemporary case studies. Washington, DC: CQ Press, c2000. xii, 212 p.

Partial contents: 18. Using Conservative Values to Support Gay Rights: How Opponents Defeated Oregon's Anti-Gay Rights Referendum in 1994 / Bob Meadow, Dawn Laguens and Heidi Von Szeliski / [et al.].

Gen JK2281 .C33 2000.

Political campaigns--United States/Elections--United States.

87. Politics; politicians--Great Britain

1837. Smith, Anna Marie. New Right discourse on race and sexuality : Britain, 1968-1990. Cambridge [England] New York: Cambridge University Press, 1994. p. cm. (Cultural margins, 1).

Originally presented as the author's thesis (doctoral)--University of Essex. Includes index. 1. Thatcherism, the new racism and the British New Right: hegemonic imaginary or accidental mirage? -- 2. Derrida's 'infrastructure' of supplementarity -- 3. Separating difference from what it can do: nihilism and bio-power relations -- 4. Powellism: the black immigrant as the post-colonial symptom and the phantasmatic re-closure of the British nation -- 5. Thatcherism's promotion of homosexuality.

Gen DA125.A1S5970 1994.

Sexual orientation--Public opinion--Great Britain/Homosexuality--Public opinion--Great Britain/Public opinion--Great Britain--History--20th century/Conservatism--Great Britain--History--20th century/Great Britain--Race relations--Public opinion/Great Britain--Politics and government--1979-.

1838. Sexual politics in Britain. Brighton, Sussex: Harvester Press, 1976-. 520 microfiches. (Harvester primary social sources, 4).

Collection includes periodicals, pamphlets, and leaflets concerning British movements for women's liberation and gay rights. Collection includes documents, unpublished papers, and publications of organizations such as CHE: Campaign for Homosexual Equality (1967-1977), SMG: Scottish Minorities Group (1970-1978), Union for Sexual Freedoms in Ireland (1974-1976); and runs of 13 serials (described elsewhere in this Guide), notably including Gay News (1972-1983), the principal gay publication of national circulation in Great Britain.

Issued with 5 printed bibliographical guides, with historical notes and title and chronological indexes, at Gen Z7164.S42L56 1977, --1978, --1979, --1981, and --1983.

Microfc HQ1075.5.G7S48 1976.

Gay liberation movement--Great Britain/Sex role--Great Britain/Sexual politics/Gender roles.

1839. Woods, Chris. State of the queer nation : a critique of gay and lesbian politics in 1990s Britain. London: Cassell, 1995. 60 p. (Listen Up! series).

Gen HQ76.3.G7W662 1995.

Homosexuality--Political aspects--Great Britain/Gays--Great Britain--Political activity/Homosexuality.

1840. Cooper, Davina. Sexing the city : lesbian and gay politics within the activist state. London: Rivers Oram Press, 1994. viii, 216 p.

Includes index. 1. Sexual Politics and the Activist State: An Introduction -- 2. Agenda Politics: The Lesbian and Gay Community and the New Urban Left -- 3. (Dis)trust, Hope and (Dis)illusionment: A Cycle of Structures, Symbols and Resistance -- 4. Something Nice for the Poor People: Watered-Down Policies and the Limits of Liberal Bureaucracy -- 5. Implementation Failure, Appeasement and Prefigurative Practice -- 6. With God's Help and Common Sense: Policy-Making, Discursive Struggle and Homosexuality -- 7. Mad Bouncer Killed My Baby: Queer Coverage and Political-Media Activism -- 8. Pushing Us Off the Pavement: Ideological Challenges to State Boundaries -- 9. Towards a New Equilibrium: The Changing Nature of Equal Opportunity Work -- 10. Decentring the Local State: Alternative Social Change Strategies.

Gen HQ76.8.G7C665 1994.

Homosexuals/Rights/Great Britain.

1841. Rose, Kieran. Diverse communities : the evolution of lesbian and gay politics in Ireland . Cork: Cork University Press, 1994. ix, 84 p.

Gen HQ76.3.I7R784 1994.

Gay rights--Ireland/Homosexuality--Law and legislation--Ireland/Homosexuality--Law and legislation--Ireland/Homosexuals/Rights/Ireland.

88. Politics; politicians -- other countries

1842. Dean, Mitchell and Hindess, Barry. Governing Australia : studies in contemporary rationalities of government. Cambridge New York: Cambridge University Press, 1998. x, 275 p. (Reshaping Australian Institutions).

Partial contents: 8. Governing Queens: Gay Communities and the State in Contemporary Australia / Gary Dowsett.

Gen JQ4031 .G66 1998.

Australia--Politics and government.

1843. Desfossés, Bertrand. Pour en finir avec Christine Boutin : Aspects moraux, juridiques et psychosociologiques du rejet des homosexuels. Montblanc: H & O, 1999. 189 p.

Gen HQ76.45.F8P68 1999.

Boutin, Christine/Homophobia--Political aspects/Homophobia--Political aspects--France/Homosexuality--Political aspects/Homosexuality--Political aspects--France.