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Burack, Cynthia. Sin, Sex, and Democracy Antigay rhetoric and the christian right. SUNY series in Queer Politics and Cultures. Albany: SUNY Pr, 2008. 
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Resource type: Book
Language: en: English
ID no. (ISBN etc.): 9780791474051
BibTeX citation key: Burack2008
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Keywords: Chick. Jack T., Gender, Politics, Religion, USA
Creators: Burack
Publisher: SUNY Pr. (Albany)
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Abstract
While the Christian Right has spearheaded a variety of antigay projects over the past fifteen years, including interventions in public schools, antigay-rights initiatives, and support for a constitutional amendment banning same-sex marriage, observers of the institutionalized Christian Right have also noted a softening of antigay public rhetoric. Sin, Sex, and Democracy analyzes these two ostensibly conflicting phenomena. Examining Christian witnessing tracts, the ex-gay movement, and recent linkages between gays and terrorists, Cynthia Burack argues that as the Christian Right has become a more sophisticated interest group, leaders have become adept at tailoring different messages for mainstream audiences and for the internal pedagogical processes of Christian conservatives. Understanding the rhetoric and the theological convictions that lie behind them, Burack claims, is essential to better understand how American politics work and how to effectively respond to exclusionary forms of political thought and practice.
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