The Rites of Artgenossen : Contesting Homosexual Political Culture in Weimar Germany

  title={The Rites of Artgenossen : Contesting Homosexual Political Culture in Weimar Germany},
  author={Glenn Ramsey},
  journal={Journal of the History of Sexuality},
  pages={109 - 85}
  • Glenn Ramsey
  • Published 21 February 2008
  • Political Science
  • Journal of the History of Sexuality
Serious activists who fight for an outlawed and suppressed minority must be themselves conscious of what they do. Therefore, it is necessary that in the future everything that can do harm to homosexuals be censured, and foremost here belongs the presenting of films which always show only the effeminates among the homosexuals. Similarly, such scenes must also be suppressed where the great masses are made aware of older men who only lure youth into homosexual acts. The League for Human Rights has… 
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