The Antigay Agenda: Orthodox Vision and the Christian Right

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CHAPTER ONE
1.
Bowers v Hardwick, 478 US 186 ( 1986). This decision of the U.S. Supreme Court denied "a right to privacy" to homosexual sexual acts occurring in private, upholding a Georgia sodomy statute in the process.
2.
For summations and extensions of this research see, e.g., Wald, Button, and Rienzo 1996; Kirkpatrick 1993; Seltzer 1992; Joseph Shapiro , "Straight Talk about Gays," U.S. News and World Report, 5 July 1993, 42-48.
3.
See, e.g., Nugent and Gramick 1989-90; Prager 1993.
4.
Of course, there are orthodox lesbians and gay men. My focus here is on antigay politics, however, not gay activism within orthodoxy. On the latter see Thumma 1991 and White personal account ( 1994).
5.
The ideological origins of the CR go back further than the 1970s; see sources below in note 6 and in "Terms and Limitations."
6.
See, e.g., Bromley and Shupe 1984; Bruce 1990, 1994; Crawford 1980; Diamond 1989, 1995; Hertzke 1988, 1993; Himmelstein 1990; Hunter 1991; Jorstad 1987; Liebman and Wuthnow 1983; Lienesch 1982, 1993; Moen 1989, 1992, 1994; Wilcox 1992, 1994-- to name just a very few.
7.
E.g., contrast Diamond 1989 and Hertzke 1988 with Moen 1989 and Bruce 1990, 1994.

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