A place at the table : the gay individual in American society / Bruce Bawer.Material type: TextPublication details: New York, NY : Simon & Schuster, 1994,©1993. Edition: 1st Touchstone edDescription: 269 p. ; 22 cmISBN: 0671795333 :; 0671894390 (pbk.) :; 0671894390 (pbk.); 9780671894399 (pbk.)Subject(s): Homosexuality -- United States | Gays -- United States | Subculture -- United States | Professor James Miller donation | Gay literature - autobiography | Coming out | Gay conservatism | Gay assimilationism | Gay marriage | Gay family | Gays in the military | Outing | Gay critic | Homophobia and heterosexism | Gay culture - Post-Stonewall America | Gay stereotypes | Gay individualism | Gay politics - Post-StonewallDDC classification: 305.38/9664 LOC classification: HQ76.3.U5 | B39 1993HQ76.3.U5 | B39 1994Summary: Argues that irrational fear and hatred of homosexuals has clouded the issue of gay rights, and suggests that gays, for the most part, share the common values of all Americans.
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"A Touchstone book."
Argues that irrational fear and hatred of homosexuals has clouded the issue of gay rights, and suggests that gays, for the most part, share the common values of all Americans.