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First published in 1993, this book examines both the history of the legal treatment of lesbians and gay men and the ways in which, even today, the law attempts to legislate people's sexuality.;The anthology was a finalist for The American Library Associaltion's Gay and Lesbian Book Award. It intersperses landmark cases and legal readings with fiction and poetry by writers such as Audre Lorde, David Leavitt, Minnie Bruce Pratt, and Paul Butler, and selections from the filds of psychology, sociology, theory, oral history and journalism. This revised edition also includes new material from the emerging field of ""queer"" theory as well as recent cases and updated case notes.