Cuba’s Gay Revolution: Normalizing Sexual Diversity Through by Emily J. Kirk

By Emily J. Kirk

Cuba’s homosexual Revolution explores the original health-based strategy that used to be hired in Cuba to dramatically switch attitudes and rules relating to sexual variety (LGBTQ) due to the fact 1959. It examines leaders within the strategy to normalize sexual range, equivalent to the Federation of Cuban girls (FMC) and the nationwide middle of Sexual schooling (CENESEX). This publication is written for students drawn to LGBTQ concerns, Cuba, and Latin America.

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