The Homosexualization of America: The Americanization of the Homosexual

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Index
Abzug, Bella, 116
Adam, Barry, 89
Advertising, 95, 199
Advocate, The, (newspaper), 164, 165
After Dark (magazine), 17
Albee, Edward, 160
Allen, Woody, 87
Alternative life style, homosexuality as an, 6. See alsoLife style
American Psychiatric Association, 5, 26
Amory, Richard, 152
Anal intercourse, 177, 178
Anderson, Robert, 57
Anderson, Scott, 20
Andrews, Terry, 193
Antidiscrimination ordinances, 3, 24, 25, 110, 124, 131
Antisodomy statutes, (laws prohibiting homosexual behavior), 24, 25, 109, 110, 124, 131
Apuzzo, Virginia, 128
Argentina, 50, 109
Aron, Jean-Paul, 224
Artists, 147
Askew, Reuben, 26
Auden, W. H., 148
Australia, 24, 25, 90, 101, 154
Austria, 24
Authoritarian societies (totalitarian states), 51, 62, 90, 109
Bachelors for Wallace, 112-13
Backlash against gays in the 1980s, 128-31, 140
Bahimann, Lynn, 15
Baldwin, James, 64, 135
Ballet, 154
Barnes, Djuana, 150
Bars, 21
Baths, 17, 79-83
Bayer, Ronald, 26
Bayh, Birch, 128
Beach, Frank, 48
Bearchell, Chris, 163
Bell, Alan, 52, 57, 62, 178, 189
Bell, Arthur, 30
Ben, Lisa, 164
Benkert, Karoly, 4, 111
Bentley, Eric, 150
Bieber, Irving, 40
Biological basis for homosexuality, 44
Bisexuality, 15-16, 41-43, 45-47, 55, 71
Biskind, Peter, 89
Black and White Men Together (B.W.M.T.), 134
Black movement, 121-23
Blaker, Roger, 9-10
Body building, 13, 14
Body Politic (newspaper), 138, 164, 199
Bonding, male, 61, 62
Bookstores, 165-66
Boozer, Mel, 117
Boswell, John, 4, 48-49, 66, 71, 109
Boyers, Robert, 80, 81
Boy/man sex. See Child/adult sex
Bradley, Tom, 20
Brazil, 50, 58, 139
Briggs Initiative, 126-28
Britt, Harry, 32, 127, 131
Bronski, Michael, 154
Brooks, Romaine, 158
Brown, Howard, 26
Brown, Jerry, 25, 124
Brown, Rita Mae, 184-85
Bryant, Anita, 120-21, 128
Burgess, Anthony, 151-52, 168, 216
Burke, Tom, 2
Businesses, 17-21
Cage aux Folles, La, 3, 153
Califia, Pat, 54, 121, 179, 182, 193, 195, 197
Callas, Maria, 154
Callenbach, Ernest, 196
Camp, 152-55
Canada, 24, 25, 139, 164
Capitalism. SeeConsumer capitalism
Carpenter, Edward, 112, 149
Carter, Jimmy, 117
Catalan Gay Liberation Front (F. A. G. C.), 217
Catholic Church, 4, 27, 62, 66
Chambers, Jane, 12
Child/adult sex, 199-202, 210-11
Child molestation, 173
Children, 69 sexuality of, 198-200
Chile, 109
China, 109
Chodorow, Nancy, 46-47, 61

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