America's War on Sex: The Attack on Law, Lust and Liberty (Google eBook)
President George W. Bush says that, "In our free society, people have the right to choose how they live their lives." But our government and the Religious Right are successfully: BL censoring what you read, hear, and see; BL limiting your access to contraception; BL legislating "good moral values;" BL brainwashing your kids that God hates premarital sex, and that it ruins lives. The Right has politicized private life, expanding the zone of "public" sexuality. This guarantees policies that will worsen social problems and increase personal anxiety, providing "proof" that sexuality is fundamentally negative--so citizens demand more sex-negative policies. With examples ripped from today's headlines, with brutal honesty and a wicked sense of humor, Marty Klein names names, challenges political hypocrisy, and shows the financial connections between government and conservative religious groups that are systematically taking away your rights. And, in the process, changing American society--forever.
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Review: America's War on Sex: The Attack on Law, Lust and LibertyUser Review - Isabel - Goodreads
An excellent exploration of an issue that most American's don't want to acknowledge--how the religious establishment and the government are colluding to eliminate the separation of church and state in ... Read full review
Review: America's War on Sex: The Attack on Law, Lust and LibertyUser Review - Shaz - Goodreads
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Why a War on Sex?
Sex EducationWhere Children Come Second
3 The Most Powerful Minority in the United States
5 The Sexual Disaster Industry
7 Yes They Really Said That
Adult EntertainmentFeverish Dreams Real Estate Nightmares
The War on Pornography
13 Extreme Religion and Public Policy
Sexual Privacy and Sexual MinoritiesCivil Rights or Immoral Privileges?
15 Revolutionizing American GovernmentBad News for Democracy
Declaration for Human Rights DayHow about Sex?
Afterword by Judy Kuriansky Series Editor