Homosexual; Oppression and Liberation

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Outerbridge & Dienstfrey, 1971 - Homosexuality - 242 pages
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"Gay is proud! Rejecting traditional sociological and psychoanalytic attitudes toward homosexuality and the apologetic, guilt-ridden posture of previous generations of homosexuals, Dennis Altman offers a thorough and jubilant analysis of the gay liberation movement. Tracing the movement's origin and inspiration to the success of the Black and Women's movements, Altman demonstrates the different ways in which all three groups are working--both separately and with each other--to achieve an end to oppression, acceptance, and a more meaningful role in society"--Page 4 of cover

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Contents

Acknowledgment
9
The Denial of Identity
43
Toward the Polymorphous Whole
72
Copyright

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