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Lesbian & Gay Psychology Review Vol 8 No 1 March 2007. Special Feature: After Wilkinson v Kitzinger. The Future for Same-Sex Marriage

Lesbian & Gay Psychology Review Vol 8 No 1 March 2007. Special Feature: After Wilkinson v Kitzinger. The Future for Same-Sex Marriage

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A collection of papers that make significant and original contributions to the field of Lesbian and Gay psychology.


 

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Special Feature - After Wilkinson v Kitzinger: The Future for Same-Sex Marriage

Editorial
Sue Wilkinson & Celia Kitzinger, Guest Editors

1. Justice, justice shall you pursue
Rabbi Roderick Young & David Mooney

2. The promise of rights and the reality of law: Implications of the decision in Wilkinson v Kitzinger
Rosie Harding

3. Slippery slopes and the queer parenting Armageddon: Normalising and radical responses to arguments about the importance of maternal and paternal influences in childrearing
Victoria Clarke

4. Are LGB people human? The European Convention on heterosexual rights
Victoria Land & Rose Rickford

5. Isn't it ironic? One heterosexual's response to Justice Potter's ruling
Merran Toerien

6. 'Respectively male and female': The failures of the Gender Recognition Act (2005) and the Civil Partnership Act (2005)
Stephen Whittle

7. Separate is never equal: The same-sex marriage debate in South Africa
Pierre de Vos

8. Winning the battle for marriage equality: Changing hearts and minds
Rodney Croome

9. Beyond the one-size-fits-all model of relationship recognition
Peter Tatchell

Student Prizes

Postgraduate Prize - Resisting the binary: Discourses of identity and diversity in bisexual politics 1988-1996
Helen Bowes-Catton

Undergraduate Prize (Dissertation) - Modern prejudice at work: Effects of homonegativity and the perceived erotic value of lesbians and gay men on heterosexuals' reactions to explicit and discrete couples
Carmen Buechel & Peter Hegarty

Undergraduate Prize (Essay) - What can we learn from slang terms about socio-cultural understandings of sex, sexuality and the sexed body?
Kate Widdowson

Book Reviews

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