Sexual Rights in America: The Ninth Amendment and the Pursuit of Happiness

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Index
Abortion: Roe v. Wade and, 50–52; sexual literacy and, 178–181
Abramson, Paul, 189,210
Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS), 120,177,183–184
Acton, William, 116
Adams, John, 112
Adams, Samuel, 8
Adler, Polly, 18
Adolescent sexuality, 202–203
Adult-child sex, 85
Adultery, 134–135
AIDS. See Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome
Alabama, sex toys and, 102–103
Aldridge, A. Own, 5
American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), 53,102
American Society for Sanitary and Moral Prophylaxis, 118, 205
Anal intercourse: as non-reproductive sex, 75,190; sodomy laws and, 12
Anthony, Susan B., 127
Anti-Federalists, 25,27,44
Ashcroft v. Free Speech Coalition, 147,160
Ashwander v. TVA, 187
Baird, William, 62
Barnett, Randy, 30,38, 79
Barron v. The Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, 40
Beach Boys No. 2, 147–149
Becker, Carl, 35,192
Bentham, Jeremy, 72
Berger, Raul, 32–33,191
Bestiality, 109
Bill of Rights: amendments of, 2; application to the states, 40–41; due process and, 13, 87–88; Lockean ideal and, 81; opposition to, 7, 22; “penumbras” of, 47, 58; set theory and, 169; threats to liberty and, 83. See also Fifth Amendment; Fifteenth Amendment; First Amendment; Fourteenth Amendment; Nineteenth Amendment; Thirteenth Amendment; United States Constitution
Black, Charles, 31–32,40, 77, 79, 198
Black, Justice Hugo, 49; dissent in Griswold v. Connecticut, 60
Blackmun, Justice Harry: dissent in Bowers v. Hardwick, 55–56, 82,107,194,196
Blackstone, William, 58
Bliley Thomas J., 99–100
Bork, Robert, 32,199
Bowers v. Hardwick: consent and, 107; Ninth Amendment and, 175; privacy and, 15,45, 52–56, 57; sodomy and, 13, 53–56; Supreme Court decision in, 12, 53–56,89,108–109
Boyd v. United States, 48
Brandeis, Justice Louis, 73
Brennan, Justice William: on FCC v. Pacifica Foundation, 98; in Eisenstadt v. Baird, 189
Brothels, 112
Brown v. Board of Education, 108
Buck v. BeU, 59
Burger, Chief Justice Warren, decision in Bowers v. Hardwick, 12, 53–54
Butler, Tom, 202

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • 1: Sex and the Constitution 1
  • 2: History and Interpretation of the Ninth Amendment 22
  • 3: The Poverty of Privacy 45
  • 4: A Solid Foundation for Sexual Rights 66
  • 5: What Can We Learn from Dial-A-Porn? 91
  • 6: Does Prostitution Deserve Constitutional Protection? 111
  • 7: Child Pornography Black,White, and Gray 138
  • 8: The Past and Future of the Ninth Amendment 165
  • Notes 187
  • References 213
  • Index 221
  • About the Authors 227
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