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Glorious Precedents: When Gay Marriage Was Radical
(Yale Journal of Law & the Humanities, 2015)
In the years immediately following the Stonewall riots of June 1969, a period when “gay liberation” rather than “gay rights” described the ambitions of a movement, three marriage cases made their way to and beyond trial: ...
Sexual Liberty and Same-Sex Marriage: An Argument from Bisexuality
(San Diego Law Review, 2012)
"Balancing Your Strengths Against Your Felonies": Considerations for Military Recruitment of Ex-Offenders
(University of Miami Law Review, 2007)
A Legal Remedy for Homophobia: Finding a Cure in the International Right to Health
(Georgetown Journal of Gender and the Law, 2005)
Sexual Epistemology and Bisexual Exclusion: A Response to Russell Robinson's "Masculinity as Prison: Race, Sexual Identity, and Incarceration"
(California Law Review Circuit, 2011)
In an effort to curb sexual assault behind bars, the Los Angeles County Jail currently houses inmates deemed homosexual and transgender in a special unit called “K6G.” Professor Russell Robinson’s Article, "Masculinity as ...