The U.S. Constitution now protects samesex marriage, unrestricted media depiction of sexuality, unrestricted sexual activities in private, women’s right to choose in child-bearing and contraception, sexual discrimination and harassment, interracial marriage, and fluid sexual identities and equal treatment for all. Review and discuss these developments and their longrange implications.
Marshall Krause was chief attorney for the ACLU of Northern California, a reporter for KQED, and a professor of political science at SFSU. He handled seven cases decided by the U.S. Supreme Court, six of which he won. He received his undergraduate degree from UCLA and his law degree from UC Berkeley.