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Hidden from History: Reclaiming the Gay & Lesbian Past Paperback – 1989
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a showcase of gay/lesbian scholarship
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This is a showcase of gay/lesbian scholarship with regard to history and sociology. It suffers somewhat, however, from an insular viewpoint. There are no articles on Islamic societies, an enormous lacuna for which there can be no excuse. There are no articles on pederasty in the modern Western world, while Halperin seems to be saying that there is no moral difference between pederasty and burglary (p.50). The only article on Latin America is a piece of communist apologetics by Lourdes Arguelles and B. Ruby Rich, and although the facts may be true, the interpretation is slanted.