Historical Development Gay Rights Out of the Closet 1960s-1970s Sex Panics and the LBGT Movement in an Era of "Post-AIDS" Identities Intersection with Other Reform Movements LGBT Rights and Health Reform, Human Rights, and Public Education Author Suggested Illustrations, Tables, and Documents
Introductory Overview Essay
Theory of Gay Rights as Reform Movement Cultural Responses to Stigmatization
Historical Developement of LGBT Movement Gay Rights in the Era of the Closet AIDS & Gay Rights/ACT-UP Revealing LGBT Identity: “Coming-Out” and “Outing” Gay Marriage/Adoption Initiatives
Key Moments Stonewall Riot (1969) Assassination of Harvey Milk (1978) Robert Mapplethorpe Controversy (1990) Clinton Permits Gays into the Military—Don’t Ask Don’t Tell Policy (1993) San Francisco City Officials Issue Marriage Licenses to Gay Couples (2004)
Intersection with Other Reform Movements LGBT Rights and Women’s Rights
Future of LGBT Campaign as Reform Movement Efforts to Gain Equal Rights and Transgender Inclusion
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