Encyclopedia of Homosexuality Vol 1 A-L by Dynes

By Dynes

This is often the most accomplished survey of the topic in one paintings, and it's unlucky that it has now not been up to date. a number of the articles are written by means of the editors, i.e., Wayne Dynes, William Percy (brother of Walker Percy) and "Warren Johansson" (Joseph Wallfield, died 1994). There are a few prime topics or theories that run all through this huge paintings, certainly one of that is in charge Christianity for the entire difficulties encountered via glossy homosexuals. This places this paintings against John Boswell's idea that the Catholic church was once gradual to undertake a adverse perspective. Homosexuality is taken as a given, and all antagonistic theories are refuted. It doesn't happen to the editors that every one human (and certainly, gendered) our bodies are heterosexually designed, and gay acts are hence played with our bodies which aren't designed with such acts in brain. This objection is kind of missed. the thing on Burma had not anything to claim, so i ponder why it used to be incorporated. a lot else should be stated approximately so giant a piece, yet permit me say that it truly is worthy examining so long as the reader retains an open brain.

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