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Jephthah S Daughters

Author : Robert Oscar Lopez
ISBN : 1505810787
Genre : Family & Relationships
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This book provides a range of perspectives on the toll of redefining marriage, with special emphasis on the challenges posed to six general classes: children, women, society as a whole, foreign nations, gay men, and purveyors of free speech. Included are fifty-seven essays, over 550 endnotes, and a mix of humanities and social-science perspectives. A must-read to get the full picture of what was at stake with the gay marriage debate. Many testimonials from children of same-sex couples are the first of their kind to be published here.
Category: Family & Relationships

The Health Hazards Of Homosexuality

Author : MassResistance
ISBN : 1539983811
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The HEALTH HAZARDS of HOMOSEXUALITY answers the question: "Why should we be concerned about homosexuality?" The mainstreaming and normalization of homosexuality has created a public health crisis affecting us all. Meanwhile, the media gives little attention to the broader crisis, and the medical authorities deliver mixed messages to those at high risk - especially young people. There is an astoundingly disproportionate incidence of medical and psychological pathologies among homosexual men, lesbians, and bisexuals. Yet the general public knows little about the baneful nature of homosexuality and its associated addictions and behaviors that invite disease. This book brings together information from widely dispersed and hard-to-find sources, summarizing recent medical and psychological research in laymen's terms. Sources include the Centers for Disease Control, medical professional groups, published medical research, media reports, plus LGBT medical and advocacy groups - all documented in 1,800 endnotes with up-to-date links. Topics include: * Why homosexuality is a public health issue, and not just a private issue * The politicized medical and mental health establishments * The "born gay" myth: homosexuality is not innate * How many identify as "gay", lesbian, or bisexual * The mental health issues: depression, anxiety, suicidality, substance use, partner abuse, and BDSM (bondage/sexual sadomasochism) * The self-harming lifestyles and sexual practices of homosexual men and lesbians * The disproportionate disease incidence among "gays", lesbians, and bisexuals * Why homosexuals have shortened lifespans, chronic conditions, lower quality of life * How HIV/AIDS is re-emerging as an epidemic among homosexual men * The "safer sex" lie and other mixed messages from the medical establishment * How the CDC is spreading false optimism on HIV drug treatments * Bisexuals have the highest incidence of pathologies * How lesbians and heterosexuals are imitating unsafe homosexual male practices * The psychological and medical issues of transgenderism * Child abuse: interventions supporting "transgender" identities in youth. The book is endorsed by Paul A. Church, MD, Urologist and Asst. Clinical Professor of Surgery (p-t), Harvard Medical School. For excerpts and more information, see http://www.healthhazardsofhomosexuality.info/ About the Author:MassResistance began in 1995 in Massachusetts as Parents' Rights Coalition, focused on preserving parental rights over their children's exposure to inappropriate "sex ed" in the schools. Later as Article 8 Alliance, the group made a valiant attempt to halt the unconstitutional Massachusetts "gay marriage" court ruling of 2003, and its illegal implementation by Governor Mitt Romney. The name MassResistance was adopted in 2005 in recognition of the perilous times we had entered, especially regarding the abrogation of parental rights, the LGBT curriculum in the schools, the broader silencing of free speech, and lawless governance. MassResistance now has activists and supporters in all 50 states and over a dozen foreign countries. The organization's research staff compiled the book..
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Johnson Park

Author : Dr Robert Oscar Lopez
ISBN : 0983630909
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JOHNSON PARK is about five gay boys, a city falling apart in the Rust Belt, and a sleazy street wedged between a gayborhood and the barrio. From the county holding center to the drag catwalk to a landscaping nursery; Joseph Mancuso, Angel Morales, Agosto Cruz, Harry Litwin, and Riley Murdock search for their place in a world that doesn't seem to understand them. Sometimes the best you can ask for is a set of doors made of colorful plate glass.
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The Politics Of Rage

Author : Dan T. Carter
ISBN : 0807125970
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Examines the life and political career of four-time Alabama Governor George Wallace, and discusses the lasting influence of his conservative policies on twentieth-century politics.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Sleepyhead

Author : Mark Billingham
ISBN : 9780802193261
Genre : Fiction
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“A British police procedural as good as those produced by crime queens Elizabeth George and Ruth Rendell” (USA Today). His first three victims ended up dead. His fourth was not so fortunate . . . Alison Willetts is unlucky to be alive. She has survived a stroke, deliberately induced by a skillful manipulation of pressure points on the head and neck. She can see, hear and feel and is aware of everything going on around her, but is completely unable to move or communicate. Her condition is called Locked-In Syndrome. In leaving Alison Willetts alive, the police believe the killer made his first mistake. Then DI Tom Thorne discovers the horrifying truth; it isn’t Alison who is the mistake, it’s the three women already dead. The killer is getting his kicks out of toying with Thorne as much as he is pursuing his sick fantasy, and as the detective zeroes in on a suspect, he finds himself pushed to his personal and professional limits . . . This is the “exceptional” first novel in the long-running series by an international bestselling author (George Pelecanos). “The best thriller debut of the year.” —Denver Rocky Mountain News “A world-class crime writer.” —Karin Slaughter
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Defending The Earth

Author : Murray Bookchin
ISBN : 0921689888
Genre : Political Science
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Category: Political Science

The Choirboys

Author : Joseph Wambaugh
ISBN : 9780385341608
Genre : Fiction
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A group of young LAPD officers on the nightwatch struggle to deal with the pressures and dangers of the job by engaging in diverse forms of after-hours debauchery, only to find themselves endangered not by their work but by their choice of off-duty entertainment. Reprint.
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Shadow Of The Giant

Author : Orson Scott Card
ISBN : 1429963913
Genre : Fiction
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Bean's past was a battle just to survive. He first appeared on the streets of Rotterdam, a tiny child with a mind leagues beyond anyone else. He knew he could not survive through strength; he used his tactical genius to gain acceptance into a children's gang, and then to help make that gang a template for success for all the others. He civilized them, and lived to grow older. Then he was discovered by the recruiters for the Battle School. For Earth was at war - a terrible war with an inscrutable alien enemy. A war that humanity was near to losing. But the long distances of interstellar space has given hope to the defenders of Earth - they had time to train military geniuses up from childhood, forging them into an irresistible force in the high-orbital facility called the Battle School. That story is told in two books, Orson Scott Card's beloved classic Ender's Game, and its parallel, Ender's Shadow. Now, in Shadow of the Giant, Bean's story continues. Bean was the smallest student at the Battle School, but he became Ender Wiggins' right hand, Since then he has grown to be a power on Earth. He served the Hegemon as strategist and general in the terrible wars that followed Ender's defeat of the alien empire attacking Earth. Now he and his wife Petra yearn for a safe place to build a family - something he has never known - but there is nowhere on Earth that does not harbor his enemies - old enemies from the days in Ender's Jeesh, new enemies from the wars on Earth. To find security, Bean and Petra must once again follow in Ender's footsteps. They must leave Earth behind, in the control of the Hegemon, and look to the stars. At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.
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Sin Sex Subversion

Author : David Rosen
ISBN : 9781631440458
Genre : History
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During the tumultuous 1950s in America, sex was as threatening to the nation’s moral order as communism. New York was the capital of the post–World War II world and the epicenter of a fierce culture war over music, theatre, movies, fashion, and literature, as well as birth control, homosexuality, adolescent sex, pornography, and prostitution. Over the last half-century, America’s social life—especially notions of culture, sexuality, and politics—has fundamentally changed, and what were once sinful or subversive sexual practices have been integrated into the marketplace, irreversibly changing American moral values; the once illicit has become an industry of more than $50 billion. Drawing on first-person interviews, unpublished memoirs, newspaper accounts, contemporary studies, government documents, and recent scholarship, Sin, Sex & Subversion argues that “deviant” sexuality was subversive, and that unique New York “outsiders” of the 1950s set the stage for the following decades and the world we know today. In each chapter, author David Rosen examines a critical moral issue through an in-depth profile of figures such as Liberace, Samuel Roth, Bettie Page, the Rosenbergs, and others. Through these individuals, Rosen shows how those who operated outside the law or who challenged popular values, even if they were silenced in their time, ended up paving the way for a new normal. Skyhorse Publishing, as well as our Arcade imprint, are proud to publish a broad range of books for readers interested in history—books about World War II, the Third Reich, Hitler and his henchmen, the JFK assassination, conspiracies, the American Civil War, the American Revolution, gladiators, Vikings, ancient Rome, medieval times, the old West, and much more. While not every title we publish becomes a New York Times bestseller or a national bestseller, we are committed to books on subjects that are sometimes overlooked and to authors whose work might not otherwise find a home.
Category: History