Sexual Orientation: A Plea for InclusionUF Law Faculty Publications
AbstractWhite women and people of color have made significant scholarly contribution toward a better understanding of patriarchy and racial hegemony. Other outsider scholars, such as lesbians, gay men, and bisexuals, also have spoken out about how hegemony subordinates them to the dominant culture. That subordination creates a common pain of exclusion. All subordinated people should explore the sources of common pain that come from exclusion from the power and privilege generally enjoyed by members of the dominant culture.
Citation InformationSharon E. Rush, Sexual Orientation: A Plea for Inclusion, 10 Berkeley Women's L.J. 69 (1995), available at http://scholarship.law.ufl.edu/facultypub/116