This Article critiques the Supreme Court's decision in Bowers v. Hardwick. The author examines the roots of sexual privacy and argues that the Hardwick case presented a simple right to privacy issue, but that the Court twisted the issue into a moral one. As a result, the author concludes that homosexuals were singled out for moral condemnation at the expense of a fundamental liberty.
The Invasion of Sexual Privacy,
San Diego L. Rev.
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