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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leading theoretician of political communication , Murray Edelman ( 1988 ) , observes that the “ most incisive twentieth century students of language converge from different premises on the conclusion that language is the key creator of ...
Anthropologist Gayle Rubin ( 1993 ) observes that “ most people find it difficult to grasp that whatever they like to do sexually will be thoroughly repulsive to someone else ” ( p.15 ) . Consequently , philosopher Michael Ruse ( 1988 ) ...
As Smith ( 1994 ) observes , “ even the most radical critique of identity , and even the most naive championing of absolute indeterminacy , reproduce some degree of sameness and identity ” ( p . 90 ) . Consequently , the most dedicated ...
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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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