Naomi Wolf faces new questions as US publisher postpones latest book

Houghton Mifflin Harcourt had said it would stand by Outrages after row in UK over its historical accuracy, but has now recalled copies from stores Naomi Wolfs US publisher has postponed the release of her new book and is recalling copies from booksellers, saying that new questions have arisen over the books content. Outrages, which argues that the Obscene Publications Act of 1857 led to a turn against consensual sex between men and an increase in executions for sodomy, was published in the UK on 20 May. told the New York Times on Thursday that the book will be delayed. As we have been working with Naomi Wolf to make corrections to Outrages, new questions have arisen that require more …

‘Police are a force of terror’: the LGBT activists who want cops out of Pride

Queer groups are protesting mainstream festivals and organizing alternative events that recognize ongoing police mistreatment of LGBT people It took half a century, but this LGBT Pride month, the New York police department (NYPD) finally San Francisco Pride, due to the way police and corporations have co-opted it. The efforts to remove policing from Pride are really efforts to ensure safety for the communities that are there. Its a protective act. Its an act of resistance, said Cyril, whose mother was a anniversary of Stonewall, the LGBT rebellion against police abuses that led to the first Pride march and cemented June as Pride month around the globe. The tide is growing around the idea of restricting police involvement in Pride …