Homosexual Acts, Actors, and Identities
Praeger, 1983 - 215 sayfa
The struggle for sexual definition and self-esteem has evolved in our time into a salient political issue. Homosexual Acts, Actors, and Identities helps to create a deeper understanding of the problems that arise when restrictive social values and strident sexual ideologies obstruct and repress personal liberty. It points they way to a resolution of the deep-seated fears and prejudices that impair whole segments of our society, and it will prove to be a valuable sourcebook for research and information for students of human sexuality, psychology, and sociology.
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