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Fragmented citizens : the changing landscape of gay and lesbian lives / Stephen M. Engel.

By: Engel, Stephen M [author.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: New York, NY : New York University Press, ©2016Description: xiv, 413 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9781479809127 (cl : alk. paper); 1479809128 (cl : alk. paper).Subject(s): Gay rights -- United States | Gays -- Political activity | Homophobia -- United States | Citizenship -- United States | Citizenship | Gay rights | Gays -- Political activity | Homophobia | Politics and government | United States -- Politics and government | United StatesDDC classification: 323.3/2640973
Contents:
Introduction : fragmented citizens -- From individual rights to institutional recognition : toward a developmental account of gay and lesbian politics -- Excluding the homosexual : naming gender and sexual transgression -- Gay is good : multiple paths to recognizing unjust discrimination -- Recognizing ourselves : gay and lesbian interest groups and the consequences of self-definition -- Respect for private lives : closeting same-sex sexuality in public opinion, policy, and law -- A history of discrimination : gays and lesbians as a suspect class -- A jurisprudence of blindness : same-sex marriage, human dignity, and the erosion of scrutiny doctrine -- Conclusion : to be whole.
List(s) this item appears in: Philadelphia Trans Wellness Conference 2018 | Nouveautés - Juin 2018 | Salon de l'Homoromance - Autonme 2018
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Introduction : fragmented citizens -- From individual rights to institutional recognition : toward a developmental account of gay and lesbian politics -- Excluding the homosexual : naming gender and sexual transgression -- Gay is good : multiple paths to recognizing unjust discrimination -- Recognizing ourselves : gay and lesbian interest groups and the consequences of self-definition -- Respect for private lives : closeting same-sex sexuality in public opinion, policy, and law -- A history of discrimination : gays and lesbians as a suspect class -- A jurisprudence of blindness : same-sex marriage, human dignity, and the erosion of scrutiny doctrine -- Conclusion : to be whole.

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