New Public Awarness of Homosexuality
Homosexuality, broadly defined as erotic attraction toward someone of the same sex, has become a matter of widespread concern in recent years, particularly in the United States and Great Britain. Condemned by society and the major Western religions and outlawed by criminal statute, homosexual practices were long considered so objectionable as to be unfit for public mention. The situation has changed somewhat in the past 15 years; publication of the so-called Kinsey reports, the homosexual aspects of a number of security cases, and a new frankness on the subject in books, plays and movies have made the public more aware of homosexuality and the problems it creates.
Organizational Activity of Homosexual Groups
Persons who are homosexuals seem more willing than formerly to ...