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The paper asserts that the premise of homosexuality is a semantic social issue often revolving around moral norms that have been generated through the history of state laws in the American justice system. The paper notes that often, the premise of these laws pertains to sodomy between both and male and female, but have often been politicized and redefined through the discourse of homosexuality. The paper presents examples of the "Lawrence v. Texas" case in regards to privacy, and asserts that the legal and neutral definition of sodomy is legal through the premise of privacy.
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