Virtually Normal: An Argument About Homosexuality

By: Sullivan, Andrew

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209 pages with Select Bibliography. Signed on the title page to the previous owners: "For ___, Best, Andrew." From the dust jacket: "No subject has divided contemporary America more bitterly than homosexuality. Addressing the full range of the debate in this pathbreaking book, Andrew Sullivan, the former editor of The New Republic, restores both reason and humanity to the discussion over how a predominantly heterosexual society should deal with its homosexual citizens." "Sympathetically yet relentlessly, Sullivan assesses the prevailing public positions on homosexuality - from prohibitionist to liberationist and from conservative to liberal. In their place, he calls for a politics of homosexuality that would guarantee the rights of gays and lesbians with imposing tolerance. At once deeply personal and impeccably reasoned, written with elegance and wit, Virtually Normal will challenge readers of every persuasion; no book is more likely to transform our sexual politics in the coming decades."

Title: Virtually Normal: An Argument About Homosexuality

Author: Sullivan, Andrew

Categories: LGBTQ,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: New York, Alfred A. Knopf: 1995

ISBN: 0679423826

ISBN 13: 9780679423829

Binding: Hard Cover

Book Condition: Near Fine

Jacket Condition: Near Fine

Inscription: SIGNED

Seller ID: 09626

Keywords: Homosexuality Western Society Politics,