Reading Response 6 - October 29.docx - GENDER AND THE LAW(SOSC 1350 READING RESPONSE FORM Student\u2019s First and Last Name Ramya Nambiar Title(of chapter

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GENDER AND THE LAW (SOSC 1350) READING RESPONSE FORM Student’s First and Last Name: Ramya Nambiar Title (of chapter, journal article, newspaper article, etc.): False Promises Author(s): Mogul et al Title (of book, journal, newspaper, etc): Queer in Justice Place of Publication, Publisher, Year Published: Boston, Beacon Press, 2011 Page Range (of original source, not course kit): Lecture Date: October 29, 2019 Text Page # What is the author(s)’s main argument? For LGBT people of colour, immigrants, youth and criminalized queers, reliance on the police and criminal legal system for safety is simply not a option because of the risk of adverse consequences. They are consistently being targeted, no matter if they are the victims or not. 12 What supporting evidence/argument(s) do they use? (It may be necessary to include the key concepts, cases, and/or legislation they discuss and the reason those particular key concepts/cases/legislatio n are discussed.) Mogul first mentions a case from March 2002. April Mora, a lesbian teen of African American and Native American descent was labelled as a “dyke” and three men jumped her. Her tongue was cut, they carved “dyke” on her
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