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Kaplan, J.L. Stack, C. (2005). Introduction to Roundtable Discussion of Love the Sin: Sexual Regulation and the Limits of Religious Tolerance by Janet R. Jacobsen and Ann Pellegrini. Studies in Gender and Sexuality, 6(4):369-375.

(2005). Studies in Gender and Sexuality, 6(4):369-375

Introduction to Roundtable Discussion of Love the Sin: Sexual Regulation and the Limits of Religious Tolerance by Janet R. Jacobsen and Ann Pellegrini

Jennifer L. Kaplan, J.D. and Carolyn Stack, Psy.D.

For this issue of the journal we asked four writers—two psychoanalysts (Donald Moss and David Schwartz), a culture critic (Michael Bronski), and a professor of religious studies (K. Roberts Skerrett)—to comment on the questions raised by Janet R. Jakobsen and Ann Pellegrini in their book Love the Sin: Sexual Regulation and the Limits of Religious Tolerance. We—a psychologist (Carolyn Stack) and a lawyer (Jennifer L. Kaplan)—invited discussants from disciplines that focus primarily on either the psychological aspects of experience or on the body-politic. Our hope was to engage the respondents and the authors of Love the Sin in a dialogue about the highly freighted psychological and sociopolitical topics of sex, religion, and the regulation of both in public, private, and intrapsychic life.

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