New book shows human face of gay rights, anti-gay laws

Published: February 26, 2013

In a new book, the writers of this blog portray in vividly human terms the toll of 76-plus countries’ anti-gay laws.
Cover of the book From Wrongs to Gay Rights

Cover photos: Attack on Russian protester courtesy of Article20.org. Uganda Pride photo by Rachel Adams. (Click on the image for link to Amazon.com.)

The book, “From Wrongs to Gay Rights,”
is currently available from Amazon sites in:

    The United States (for $14.95)
    The United Kingdom (for 9.50 pounds)

It is also available (only in English) for prices of 10.87 euros to 11.77 euros from Amazon sites in:

Electronic versions of the book are in process.

The book’s subtitle, “Cruelty and Change for LGBT People in an Uncertain World,”  refers to a world where same-sex marriage has gained broader acceptance, yet a same-sex kiss in any of dozens of countries can lead to a prison sentence or even death. In those countries, lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people face arrest for loving the wrong people.

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