Courting Justice: Gay Men and Lesbians v. the Supreme Court

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INDEX
Abortion rights, 283, 341-342
Acanfora, Joseph, III, 176-180, 240
Acanfora v. Board of Education of Montgomery County, 176-180, 239, 532
ACLU. See American Civil Liberties Union
ACT-UP, 333
Adams, Michael, 496
Adams, Richard Frank, 219-225, 438, 439
Adams, Robert Larry, 157-158
Adams et al. v. Howerton, Acting District Director, Immigration and Naturalization Service, 221-224, 378, 533
Adams v. Buchanan, 532
Adams v. Melvin R. Laird, secretary of defense, 157-158
Adoption, 403
Advocate (magazine), 407
AIDS, 276, 344
Air Force, 531. See also Military
Air Force Academy, 531
Allard, Wayne, 481
Amateur Sports Act, 366, 368
Amendment 2 (Colorado)
boycott of Colorado and, 456; constitutionality challenge, 456-459; content of, 455; origins and passage of, 451-456; See also Romer v. Richard G. Evans
American Association of University Professors, 463
American Bar Association, 338, 463
American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), 31, 39, 61-62, 168, 191, 254, 279-280, 364, 381, 397, 419, 420, 447, 448, 495, 520
American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees, 463
American Law Institute, 38, 152
American Medical Association, 269
American Psychiatric Association, 38, 62, 94, 111-112, 197, 276, 357
American Psychological Association, 229, 289-290, 454, 463
American Public Health Association, 289-290
Americans for Democratic Action, 358, 378
Americans with Disabilities Act, 269, 415
Anal sex, 289-290
Anderson, Elmer, 164
Anderson, Sue, 454, 455, 456, 481
Andes, Samuel, 444
Anti-bias laws; Boy Scouts of America v. Dale and, 501; Hurely v. GLIB and, 429, 430, 431-432, 437; Romer v. Evans and, 476-477
Anti-gay amendments; Amendment 2 in Colorado, 451-459 (see also Romer v. Richard G. Evans); Issue 3 in Cincinnati, 483, 484-486
Anti-gay contracts, 442-446
Anti-Semitism, 11
Araiza, Bill, 416-417
Arbeiter et al. v. New York, 534
Arcara, Richard J., 227, 228-229, 230
Arcara v. Cloud Books, 533
Archer, Glen L., Jr., 390
Arkansas, 175
Armitage, Thomas, 156
Armstrong, Bill, 452
Armstrong, Scott, 184
Army; Ben-Shalom case, 388, 390-394; Hatheway case, 215-216; Pruitt case, 413-414; Schlegel case, 151-156; Watkins case, 394-398; See also Military

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page *
  • Contents v
  • Acknowledgments vii
  • Introduction "Pay No Attention to That Man behind the Curtain" 1
  • 1 - One Standard of Justice 27
  • 2 - A Burning Sense of Injustice 51
  • 3 - Beefcake on the Menu 65
  • 4 - More Than a Homosexual 89
  • 5 - Afflicted with Homosexuality 103
  • 6 - Nowhere to Hide 135
  • 7 - Nothing to Hide 163
  • 8 - A Marble Storm Cellar 189
  • 9 - Ominous, "Unsettled" Times 213
  • 10 - The Chess Master Makes His Move 237
  • 11 - Adrift in a Sea of Gay Clerks 271
  • 12 - Branded Second-Class Citizens 311
  • 13 - Confirming Hostility 355
  • 14 - Crawling toward Empathy 389
  • 15 - Turning a Major Corner 415
  • 16 - The Constitution 'Neither Knows nor Tolerates Classes among Citizens' 451
  • 17 - Counting to Four 483
  • Conclusion - Seeking the Shortest Path to Equal Justice 517
  • Appendix 531
  • Notes on Sources 536
  • Selected Bibliography 561
  • Index 565
  • About the Authors *
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