Dialogues of the Sexual Revolution: Homosexuality and sexuality
The interviews and conversations of Homosexuality and Sexuality: Dialogues of the Sexual Revolution survey a broad cross-section of the academic and scholarly opinions that have shaped contemporary thinking about homosexuality and sexuality. They also document some of the important changes that have taken place in the study of homosexuality and sexuality in our time. Author Lawrence D. Mass, the first physician to write for the gay press on a regular basis and the first writer to cover the AIDS epidemic in any press, has compiled an enlightening and challenging volume. Homosexuality and Sexuality includes the only currently available published interviews with such prominent psychiatrists, psychologists, sex researchers, educators, AIDS experts, and historians as William Masters and Virginia Johnson, John Money, Thomas Szasz, Mary Calderone, John McNeill, Donald Kritzman, Arnie Kantrowitz, and Martin Bauml Duberman. This readable book enables readers to go back in time and directly experience the controversies that surrounded the publication of such landmark, representative, or notorious studies as Masters and Johnson's Homosexuality in Perspective, Judd Marmor's Homosexual Behaviors, Charles Socarides's Homosexuality, the third edition of the Diagnostic and Statistic Manual of Mental Disorders of the American Psychiatric Association, John Money's Love and Love Sickness, Thomas Szasz's Sex By Prescription, or Richard Green's The “Sissy Boy Syndrome.”This landmark volume features groundbreaking discussions on some of the most critical, hotly debated topics in the fields of homosexuality and sexuality.
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