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In any case, it's intriguing that Goldberg's history of the gay-rights movement dovetails so neatly with radical lamentations for the liberationist politics of yesteryear; Goldberg seems to believe that the queer radicals of yore represent the authentic voice of GLBT equality (and GLBT people), while people like Sullivan (or the rest of us) are to be dismissed out of hand as inauthentic wannabes.
allscreedJames Kirchick