Virtually Normal: An Argument about Homosexuality

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Alfred A. Knopf, 1995 - Homosexuality. - 209 pages
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An unprecedented work from the brilliant young editor of The New Republic--who is celebrated also as an incisive defender of the equality of homosexuals--Virtually Normal is an impassioned, reasoned, subtle, and uncompromising political and moral treatise that will set the terms of the homosexuality debate for the foreseeable future.

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User Review  - Beenish Khan - Goodreads

It might be a ground breaking book in the 90s, but today it's just irrelevant. Neither interesting, nor informative. If not for reading a book starting with V, I think I would have stayed clear of this one. Read full review

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User Review  - Luis Barrueto - Goodreads

A very complete outlook at homosexual politics (not understanding of homosexuality itself), but that contributes to demistify the subject. I've written about the conservative argument in particular in here: http://wp.me/pJtld-9E Read full review

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Andrew Sullivan was editor of The New Republic from 1991 to 1996.  He holds a B. A. in modern history and modern languages from Oxford University and a Ph. D. in political science from Harvard University.  He lives in Washington, D. C.


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