Virtually Normal: An Argument about Homosexuality
Virtually Normal is an exploration of today's principal arguments about homosexuality, from the Catholic church to Michel Foucault. It is a book not about individual feelings but about the way society deals - or does not deal - with the homosexual minority. And, finally, it charts a new politics to lead us out of our cultural and political impasse - based not on the behaviour of the private citizen but on the activity of the state - and argues for full equality for homosexuals, especially in marriage and in the military.
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Review: Virtually NormalUser 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
Review: Virtually NormalUser Review - Alexis Sanchez - Goodreads
This book "Virtually Normal" written by Andrew Sullivan talked about what he called it ''the homosexual experience" which he grouped most of the arguments about homosexuals into four categories which ... Read full review