London: Rowman & Littlefield International (2015)

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Louise Richardson-Self
University of Tasmania
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This book provides a philosophical examination of the extent to which legalizing same-sex marriage can contribute to ending the discrimination and social stigma faced by LGBT men and women in the Western world
Keywords Same-Sex Marriage  Luce Irigaray  Feminist Philosophy  Equality  Difference  Social Imaginaries
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