A 23-page introduction succinctly reviews the historical evolution of the gay rights movement, from Karl Heinrich Ulrich (the grandfather of gay liberation) to Stonewall to the advent of the "separate but equal" slogan. The almost 100-page appendix details state and local laws on a
state-by-state and city-by-city basis and also provides a comprehensive list of appropriate resources and available services. Finally, a table of statutes and a helpful index complete this monumental work. Stewart, a specialist in intercultural education, is author of Sexually Stigmatized Communities. Appropriate both for novices investigating the legal implications of homosexuality and for researchers and attorneys, this is recommended for all libraries.