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Queer by Choice enters the controversial debate of sexual identity by examining choice in gay men and lesbian sexual identity. Drawing on interviews with a sample of 72 people, Whisman analyzes if, and to what extent, choice played a role in determining identity. Contributing factors such as race, class, religion, and educational level are considered. The results of the study are stimulating and often surprising, and contribute to the escalating debates over sexual identity as lesbians and gays continue to soldier for rights and representation.
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This book discusses the issue that there might be hereditary component to gay and lesbian sexuality and analyses to what extent factors such as race, class and religion play in choice of sexual identity.About the Author:
Vera Whisman is Assistant Professor of Sociology at Hobart and William Smith Colleges.
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