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Contents: Introduction: investigating lesbian and gay activism, David Paternotte and Manon Tremblay. Part I Lesbian and Gay Activism through Time: Sodomy, effeminacy, identity: mobilizations for same-sexual loves and practices before the Second World War, Gert Hekma; The homophile movement, Julian Jackson; Gay liberation and its legacies, Jeffrey Weeks; AIDS activism from North to global, Christophe Broqua; Queer movement, Gavin Brown. Part II Identity and its Discontents: LGBT identity and the displacement of sexual liberation: New York City (1969-1986), Mary Bernstein; The spatial politics of gay pride parades and festivals: emotional activism, Lynda Johnston and Gordon Waitt; Lesbians, second-wave feminism and gay liberation, Julie Podmore and Manon Tremblay; People of color mobilization in LGBT movements in the Netherlands and the United States, Nicholas Boston and Jan Willem Duyvendak; Inside or outside? Bisexual activism and the LGBTI community, Kirsten McLean; Trans activism and LGB movements: odd bedfellows?, Janneke van der Ros and Joz Motmans. Part III Social Movement Environment: Political institutions and LGBTQ activism in comparative perspective, Miriam Smith; Lesbian and gay rights and the courts, Susan Gluck Mezey; 'Lesbian and gay rights are human rights': multiple globalizations and LGBTI activism, David Paternotte and Hakan Seckinelgin; Caught in a web? The internet and deterritorialization of LGBT activism, Phillip M. Ayoub and Olga BrzeziA ska; Faith and religion, Stephen Hunt; Neoliberalism, citizenship and activism, Diane Richardson. Part IV Claims and Debates: Decriminalizing homosexuality: gaining rights through sodomy law reform, Melinda D. Kane; SM politics, SM communities in the United States, Rostom Mesli and Gayle Rubin; Same-sex partnership and marriage: the success and costs of transnational activism, Kelly Kollman; Rainbow families and the state: how policies shape reproductive choices, Nina Eggert and Isabelle Engeli; Afterword: liberating generations: continuities and change in the radical queer Western era, Ken Plummer. Index.
David Paternotte is a Lecturer in Sociology at the Universite libre de Bruxelles, Belgium. His work focuses on gender, sexuality and social movements, with a specific interest for transnationalization and professionalization processes. His publications include the edited volume The Lesbian and Gay Movement and the State (with M. Tremblay and C. Johnson, Ashgate 2011). Manon Tremblay is professor at the School of Political Studies at Universite d'Ottawa, Canada. Her research interests include LGBTQ politics, and gender/women in politics. Her most recent publications include Queer Mobilizations: Social Movement Activism and Canadian Public Policy (UBC Press 2015) and The Lesbian and Gay Movement and the State (with D. Paternotte and C. Johnson, Ashgate 2011).