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

By Paul R. Abramson; Steven D. Pinkerton et al. | Go to book overview

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PAUL R.ABRAMSON, Professor of Psychology at UCLA, is one of the world's leading sex researchers. He is the author (or editor) of eight books, including (with Steven Pinkerton) With Pleasure: Thoughts on the Nature of Human Sexuality; Sexual Nature/Sexual Culture; and A House Divided: Suspicions of Mother-Daughter Incest. He is also the author of more than one hundred scientific publications.

STEVEN D. PINKERTON is a sexuality researcher and a leading expert in HIV/AIDS prevention. He is Associate Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine at the Medical College of Wisconsin, where he directs the Cost-Effectiveness Studies Core at the Center for AIDS Intervention Research (CAIR). He has written several books and approximately one hundred scholarly publications on HIV prevention, human sexuality, and other topics.

MARK HUPPIN received his J.D. from Stanford Law School. He has worked as an attorney at Gray, Cary, Ware, and Freidenrich in Palo Alto, California, and is currently pursuing his Ph.D. in psychology at UCLA, specializing in issues of sex and gender. During a stint in Hollywood between his law and psychology careers, he co-wrote and co-directed the feature film The Idea of Sex (a.k.a. Nothing Sacred). This is his first book.

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Table of contents

  • 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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