“Important and timely. . . . It asks precisely the right question at precisely the right time. And, thanks to Carlos A. Ball’s careful work and exceptional reputation, it solicits the views of some of the most important scholars working on these questions across a range of disciplines.”
—Douglas NeJaime, University of California, Los Angeles
"What a timely and impressive collection this is! . . . Asks important and timely questions about the future of the LGBT movement and addresses them with analytical rigor and insight. Assuming that same-sex marriage is legalized in the United States, just what would this development mean for the future of the LGBT movement in the United States and globally? And what important organizing and policy work will still need to be accomplished? What challenges should be prioritized and why? This book interrogates these questions and more from an array of diverse perspectives and it should be of interest to teachers, scholars, activists, and citizens. It is an invaluable contribution to the literature."
—Craig Rimmerman, Hobart and William Smith Colleges
"Terrific! Ball’s book is a gift to readers interested in LGBT rights and many critical social and civil rights questions of our time. Its outstanding collection of expert authors advances a well-rounded and well-grounded interdisciplinary framework for thinking about the future."
—Suzanne B. Goldberg, Herbert and Doris Wechsler Clinical Professor of Law, Columbia University
"Written for students, activists, and academics alike, this highly readable and engaging collection takes on the most important question now facing the LGBT movement—now that we have marriage equality, where should we go from here? All the contributors are long-time analysts of the LGBT movement and provide a unique vantage point from which to assess the future directions of the LGBT movement. They provide not only their analysis, but their advice for the future, which should make this mandatory reading for anyone who cares about the future of LGBT politics."
—Mary Bernstein, University of Connecticut
“The contributors—law school and social science professors—are well versed in researching LGBT issues.”
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