Martin, Marcel
March 1964
ONE;Mar64, Vol. 12 Issue 3, p4
Editorial. This article comments on the increasing willingness of society and the arts to consider homosexuality as a facet of man's nature. There is an impact of more liberalized attitudes toward and greater preoccupation with man's sexuality. Perhaps authors and artists, producers and directors over estimated the public's willingness to accept these new attitudes and consequently moved too far or too fast.


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