Progay/Antigay: The Rhetorical War Over Sexuality
Issues such as lesbians and gay men serving openly in the military, same-sex marriage and the inclusion of sexual orientation in anti-discrimination and hate crime laws have evolved along with the rival progay and anitgay communities. As a result of public policy debates, the U. S. progay movement has moved toward an essentialist, non-sexual identity while traditionalists have shifted toward a secular public self-representation. This book analyzes the internal disagreements within the two movements.
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Sociologist Mary Bernstein (1997) notes, for example, that shared collective
identity is not only necessary for mobilization, but is a goal of social movement
rhetoric as either the construction of an identity or the deconstruction of identity ...
... bestowing “ special rights ” on homosexuals has emerged as part of a larger
social concern with a variety of “ rights . ” Many social struggles in the United
States are expressed using the ideograph “ rights . " Law professor Mary Ann
5 ) Mary Eaton ( 1995 ) expresses a similar idea when she writes that the “
existence of an inside , privileged class and an outside , subordinate class
depends on a clear differentiation between those on each side of the divide ” ( p .
65 ) .
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Emergence of the Variant Sexuality Issue Culture
Analysis of Communication in Contests
Appeals in Progay and Traditionalist Discourses
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