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From the Publisher". . . readers with strong clinical backgrounds stand to benefit most from Kantor's assessment of the root causes, and concomitant pathological expression, of homophobia in individuals. Kantor makes the compelling observation that homophobia, though less overt now than when the first edition of this book appeared, is perhaps more pervasive and damaging to its victims and society now. Summing Up: Highly recommended. Graduate students through professionals."
"Ten years ago psychiatrist Kantor wrote this ground-breaking book about homophobia that showed the harmful effects of sexual bigotry. This new volume focuses on the state of sexual intolerance today. Also included in this volume are insights for gays and lesbians that will help them understand homophobia in order to protect themselves, cope, and work together toward change. Parents, other family members, and friends will also find the book beneficial."