Dr. Fred Berlin of the Johns Hopkins University Sex Disorders Clinic in Baltimore estimates that such crimes account for less than 1/10th of 1% of all sex offenses in America.
Conversely, the literary critic and frequent Sontag detractor Camille Paglia described the book as "clumsy and ponderous, like a graduate-school seminar paper." 
Published in Arion Vol. 11, no 3, Spring 2004
Not so coincidental at all! Steven, who comments here (look two comments above) is the author of the blog "Slugging a Vampire"!
Was the American Revolution a Revolution? Eugen Rosenstock-Huessy (ERH) concludes it was a “half-revolution” rather than a total revolution on the scale of the Russian, French, Puritan, Reformation, and Papal revolutions. Evaluating the revolutionary character of the American Revolution rests partly on the question of what “revolution” meant to the participants. ERH notes that there were two notions of revolution in play during the 18th century. In the “English” sense, revolution meant a preservation or restoration of an existing order of… Read more
Rod, here you go again. You claim that you’re not obsessed with LGBT issues and that the ‘opposition’ is always bringing it up, but here you go, yet another blog post about LGBT issues.