Sex and the Problem of Human Rights
By Stephen Baskerville
Authoritarian regimes are no longer seen as the leading examples of a human-rights violator. Instead, that despicable label is applied increasingly to private individuals who defy various social policies related to the family, gender relations, and sexuality.
|Other Independent Review articles by Stephen Baskerville|
|Winter 2007/08||From Welfare State to Police State|
|Spring 2004||Is There Really a Fatherhood Crisis?|