After the ball: how America will conquer its fear and hatred of gays in the '90s

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Doubleday, May 29, 1989 - Political Science - 398 pages
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Gays remain the nation's "untouchables", according to the authors of this controversial look at the trampling of homosexuals by our society. After the Ball launches a double-barreled critique of both straight oppression and the misguided gay movement.

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It should be noted that gay are notoriously racist white supremist,anti ethnic,catty and sadistic emotionally and are not the friend of straight women. They also are shallow,empty and will turn on anyone to get a few points. Their whole identity is wrapped up in their sexuality and they are heterophobics wanting to blur the lines of normalcy in their favor. 

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Very badly written, I thought. Read full review

Contents

OUR PURPOSE IN WRITING
275
CLEANING UP OUR ACT
356
RIGHTS
373
Copyright

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