Virtually Normal

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Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group, May 4, 2011 - Social Science - 240 pages
15 Reviews
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  - Salvatore - Goodreads

A 90s case for marriage equality through the lens that gays and lesbians are just like heterosexual couples. It feels dated on that front. However, Sullivan takes a look at four different ways to view ... Read full review

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User Review  - Virgowriter (Brad Windhauser) - Goodreads

I really enjoyed the first two chapters and the epilogue. What's in between is really dense at times and REALLY dry. The other problem is that this material is somewhat old hat by now, though it wasn't when the author wrote the book. 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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