Pride 2017: a reading list

Happy Pride Month from the OUP Philosophy team! To celebrate the LGBT Pride 2017 happening in cities across the world, including the New York City and London Prides this summer, OUP Philosophy is
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Happy Pride Month from the OUP Philosophy team! To celebrate the LGBT Pride 2017 happening in cities across the world, including the New York City and London Prides this summer, OUP Philosophy is shining a spotlight on books that explore issues in LGBTQ rights and culture. Our selection is diverse and multidisciplinary, covering philosophy, politics, history, biography, linguistics, and cultural studies as it is important to highlight different titles to all audiences. Philosophy, Politics and History Debating Religious Liberty and Discrimination John Corvino, Ryan T. Anderson, and Sheriff Girgis Can religious liberty justify the right to discriminate against others? How can society strike a balance between achieving a positive and fair society while respecting conscience and beliefs?   The point-counterpoint book brings together the leading voices of John Corvino, a longtime LGBT-rights advocate, opposite Ryan T. Anderson and Sherif Girgis, prominent young defenders of the. . .

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