Telling Sexual Stories: Power, Change, and Social Worlds

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Index

a
abortion 157 , 164 -5, 171
Ackerman, Bruce 163
acquaintance rape 77 , 79 , 154
addiction 97 , 99 , 104 , 110
Against Our Will see Brownmiller, Susan
Aids 4 , 10 , 15 - 16 , 22 , 24 , 28 , 41 , 82 , 86 , 95, 130 , 136 , 174 , 175 , 177
Alcoholics Anonymous 100 , 103 , 106
Alien, Woody 21 , 169
Allport, Gordon 34
Argumentation Theory 129 , 208
Armstrong, Louise 78
Ashe, Arthur 129
Ashley, April 32 , 35
Asian gays 96
audiences 21 , 23 , 25 , 43 - 45 , 115 , 120 ;
see community

b
Baker, Nicholson 136
Barber, Benjamin 145 , 212
backlash 135
Barry, Kathleen 196
Baudrillard, Jean 122 , 202
Becoming a Man84
Beastie Boys 155
Benhabib, Seyla 145
Benjamin, Walter 23
Benkert 52
bisexuality 136
black gays 95 , 192
Blue Velvet138 , 143
Blumer, Herbert 131 , 187
Bly, Robert 38 , 209
bodily stories 157 -8
bondage see sadomasochism
Boston Strangler 68
Bradshaw, John 97 , 190
Bright, Suzie 159
Brock, David 169
Brookside 94
Brown, Murphy 153
Burke, Marc 176
Burgess and Holrnstrom 70
Brownmiller, Susan 66 , 68 , 72 , 195

c
Califia, Pat 159
Carpenter, Edward 89
Casanova Complex 189
CD Rom 136
celibacy stories 174
change 6 , 20 , 25 , 50 , 57 , 77 , 123 -6, Ch 9, 145 -51, 166
chat shows 8 , 97 , 101 -3;
see Oprah;
Donahue
Chesley, Robert 136
child line 121
child pornography 189
child sex abuse 13 - 14 , 40 , 56 , 70 , 74 , 77 , 78 -9, 97
Cinderella Complex44 , 97 , 100 , 104
circumcision 114
citizenship see intimate citizenship
Clark, Anna 63
closets 27 -8, 52 -4, 55 -9
co-dependency 60 , 97 , 105 , 201
coming out 7 - 8 , 13 , 27 , 38 , 41 , 49 , 52 -4, 55, 56 -9, 60 , Ch 6, 120 , 132 , 141 , 143 , 168
coming out day 95
communitarianism 150 , 163 -5
community 22 , 25 , 30 , 37 -9, 43 -5, 87 - 95 , 100, 106 -8, 118 -19, 121 , 129 , 148 , 150, 161 -4,
community of memory 44 , 186 , 192
compulsory heterosexuality 189
computer sex 136

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