Columbia Journal of Gender and Law

A law journal devoted to original scholarship on the interaction between gender and law. Contributors are noted scholars in feminist jurisprudence, including judges, law professors, and law students. The editorial stance embraces an expansive view of femi

Articles from Vol. 24, No. 2, Winter

Sexuality's Law
For J.T. To die for the love of boys: What could be more beautiful? --Michel Foucault (1) Il m'aime signifie en clair: il accepte queje le capture, l'apprivoise, et le viole, et le tue, et l'enterre. --Tony Duvert (2) I. Introduction...
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III. The Ideology of Sexual Freedom: Proofs A. Douglas Crimp, How to Have Promiscuity in an Epidemic Douglas Crimp's How to Have Promiscuity in an Epidemic appeared in a special issue of October, dated Winter 1987, (118) which Crimp edited, and...
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C. Richard Mohr, Gays/Justice: A Study of Ethics, Society, and Law If Chambers' "Condom Code" offers an argument with a mixed relation to the ideology of sexual freedom, so, too, does Richard Mohr's book Gays/Justice: A Study of Ethics, Society...
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D. Leo Bersani, Is the Rectum a Grave? Leo Bersani's essay Is the Rectum a Grave? (453)--published at the same time and in some of the same volumes as Crimp's How to Have Promiscuity in an Epidemic--is one of the most interesting and challenging...
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APPENDIX This Appendix is a compilation of a variety of mainly domestic United States sources that involve actual or possible, if sometimes negligible or purely hypothetical, or even nonexistent, risk of exposure to or transmission of HIV, chiefly...