A Study of a Public Lesbian Community
Washington University, 1965 - 46 Seiten
The subjects of this research are a group of Negro public female homosexuals, somewhat familiar to those homosexuals which Leznoff and Westley define as overt homosexuals. They point out that overt homosexuals gather in cohesive social groups which become the dominant focus of their lives. These groups are openly homosexual in character. Their members make little effort to conceal their deviation, spend almost all of their free time with the group and tend to regard their other activitiers as peripherical.
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