Public place, private space

Gillis, Francis
July 1986
Body Politic;Jul86, Issue 128, p13
Deals with the ambiguity in the legal definitions of public and private spaces in Canada as of July 1986. Comments on the installation of video in selected washrooms to track gay sex in washrooms; Legislation on anal and oral intercourse among homosexuals; Status of gay equality in the country.


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