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Contents Acknowledgements Regulating Sex: An Introduction 1 ELIZABETH BERNSTEIN AND LAURIE SCHAFFNER Part I. The Regulation of Queer Identities and Intimacies One. Liberalism and Social Movement Success: The Case of United States Sodomy Statutes 24 MARY BERNSTEIN Two. Contract and the Legal Mooring of Same-Sex Intimacy 49 WILLIAM ROUNTREE Three. Unprincipled Exclusions: The Struggle to Achieve Judicial and Legislative Equality for Transgender People 75 PAISLEY CURRAH AND SHANNON MINTER Part II. The Regulation of Sexual Commerce Four. Soft Glove, Punishing Fist: The Trafficking Victims Protection Act of 2000 100 WENDY CHAPKIS Five. At Home in the Street: Questioning the Desire to Help and Save 125 LAURA AGUSTÍN Six. Travel and Taboo: Heterosexual Sex Tourism in the Caribbean 147 JULIA O'CONNELL DAVIDSON AND JACQUELINE SANCHEZ TAYLOR Seven. Desire, Demand, and the Commerce of Sex 174 ELIZABETH BERNSTEIN Part III. The Regulation of Childhood and Gendered "Innocence" Eight. Child Welfare as Social Defense against Sexuality: A Norwegian Example 217 KJERSTI ERICSSON Nine. Sexual Abuse and the Wholesome Family: Feminist, Psychological, and State Discourses 240 KERWIN KAYE Ten. Identity to Acronym: How "Child Prostitution" Became "CSEC" 277 PENELOPE SAUNDERS Eleven. Capacity, Consent, and the Construction of Adulthood 309 LAURIE SCHAFFNER Part IV. Beyond Regulation: Towards Sexual Justice Twelve. How Libertarian is the Netherlands? Exploring Contemporary Dutch Sexual Cultures 338 GERT HEKMA Thirteen. From Outsider to Citizen 361 STEVEN SEIDMAN Fourteen. Sex and Freedom 394 JANET JAKOBSEN AND ELIZABETH LAPOVSKY KENNEDY Bibliography 431 About the Contributors 505 Index 512
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Sex Political aspects, Sex and law