Sexual Orientation, Controversy, and Science.

@article{Bailey2016SexualOC,
  title={Sexual Orientation, Controversy, and Science.},
  author={J Michael Bailey and Paul L. Vasey and Lisa M Diamond and S Marc Breedlove and Eric Vilain and Marc Epprecht},
  journal={Psychological science in the public interest : a journal of the American Psychological Society},
  year={2016},
  volume={17 2},
  pages={
          45-101
        }
}
SummaryOngoing political controversies around the world exemplify a long-standing and widespread preoccupation with the acceptability of homosexuality. Nonheterosexual people have seen dramatic surges both in their rights and in positive public opinion in many Western countries. In contrast, in much of Africa, the Middle East, the Caribbean, Oceania, and parts of Asia, homosexual behavior remains illegal and severely punishable, with some countries retaining the death penalty for it. Political… CONTINUE READING

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