Table of cases. Preface Introduction. PART 1: MAKING THE HOMOSEXUAL OF HUMAN RIGHTS 1. Emerging voices: homosexuality and the Commission 1955-1980. 2. An ontological struggle: the Court and the homosexual since 1981. PART 2: METHODS AND MORALS 3. Homosexuality in the judicial laboratory: instruments, interpretations, and evolutions. PART 3: EXISTING JURISPRUDENCE AND POTENTIAL FUTURE DEVELOPMENTS 4. 'An essentially private manifestation of the human personality': the limitations of Article 8. 5. The anti-discrimination provisions of the Convention: Article 14 and Protocol 12. 6. A right to marriage? Same-sex relationships and Article 12. 7. Expression, Assembly and Association: Articles 10 and 11. 8. Humiliation and debasement: degrading treatment and Article 3 Conclusion. Bibliography. Appendix 1: European Convention on Human Rights (truncated). Appendix 2: Chronological list of Decisions and Judgments of the Strasbourg organs in respect of homosexuality. Index
Paul Johnson is Professor of Sociology at the University of York.