Regulating Sex: The Politics of Intimacy and Identity

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Index
1987 March on Washington, 11 , 16

a
A
Aberdeen Association for Reclaiming Fallen
Females, 76
Aberdeenshire Association of Ladies for the Rescue of Fallen Women, 76
ACT UP, 227
Ad Hoc Task Force to Decriminalize
Sodomy, 10
Adelaine, South Australia, 177-8
adolescent sexuality. See sexuality (adolescent)
adulthood
legal construction of, 189-91
racialized construction of, 190
sexualized construction of, 190.
Afghanistan, 254
African American movement, 263 , 268
age of consent. See consent
Agustin, Laura Maria, xviii , xix , 66 n11, 67-82 , 142 n2
AIDS
antidiscrimination legislation, 11
and policy reform, xxiv n11, 16
AIDS Council of South Australia, 187 n15
Alexander, Jacqueline, 87
Allison, Anne, 107-9 , 121 , 124 n8
Altink, Sietske, 69
Altman, Dennis, xxivn1, 222
American Bar Association, 200 , 201
American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), 15 , 18 n3, 124 n4
American Disabilities Act (1990), 48 n8
American Law Institute (ALI), 7 , 199
American Psychological Association, 202
Amnesty International, 171
Amos, Valerie, and Parmar Pratibha, 69
Ancient Order of Hiberians, 8
Antiprostitution legislation, 21 , 23 , 55 , 57.
See also prostitution
Ariès, Philippe, 80
Arlacchi, Pino, 54-55
Armstrong, Nancy, 74 , 81 n8
Ashcroft, Att. Gen. John, 64 , 66 n10
Ashlie v. Chester-Upland School District (1979), 48 n4
Asia Watch, 173
Association for the Promotion of Social Purity, 76
Association for the Promotion of SocialSciences, 76
Australian Crimes (Child Sex Tourism)
Amendment Act (1994), 186 n10
Austria Amendment Act (1996), 186 n10

b
B
Backer, Larry Cata, 7
Baehr v. Lewin (1993), 232
Bahamas, sex tourism in. See sex tourism
Barry, Kathleen, xxiv n17, 62 , 67 n4, 83 n2, 91
Bataille, Georges, 212
Belgium, xxiv n16
Belgium Amendment to Penal Code (1995), 186 n10
Bellah, Robert, 21

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