It offers an understanding of the histories of the contemporary legal tradition and their current operation using specific examples, such as the impact of a court case over an alleged breach of the peace when two men kissed in public. The Homosexual(ity) of Law looks at how legal discourse is constructed to place homosexuality in a very specific band of regulation and focuses on gay and civil rights, equality under the law and social attitudes towards homosexuals.
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The Decision to Remove Homosexuality from the DSM: Twenty Years Later By Rubinstein, Gidi American Journal of Psychotherapy, Vol. 49, No. 3, Summer 1995
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It Could Have Been Me: It's Been 40 Years since Homosexuality Was Decriminalised in Britain, Yet around the World Gay People Still Suffer Abuse and Discrimination Because of Their Sexuality By John, Elton New Statesman (1996), Vol. 136, No. 4837, March 26, 2007
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