International: Written Out: How Sexuality Is Used to Attack Women's Organizing (Updated)

A Report of the International Gay and Lesbian Human Rights Commission and the Center for Women's Leadership

Originally published in 2000, Written Out: How Sexuality is Used to Attack Women's Organizing has been updated to include an analysis of the current political climate and recent experiences of sexuality-baiting directed at women because of their political work, who they are, or who they are seen to be. In this revised report, the International Gay and Lesbian Human Rights Commission (IGLHRC) and the Center for Women's Global Leadership (CWGL) again show how attacks on women's sexualities threaten all women's basic human rights to bodily integrity, to expression, and to association--as well as undermine essential values of equality and dignity. Written and researched by Cynthia Rothschild. Edited and with contributions by Scott Long and Susana T. Fried. International Gay and Lesbian Human Rights Commission and Center for Women's Global Leadership, 2005; 188 pages. ISBN 0-9711412-3-1

Author: Cynthia Rothschild, Edited and with contributions by Scott Long and Susana T. Fried

Publication date: 2005