The collection consists of three typescripts by David Hunt reporting on controversial psychology professor at California State
University Long Beach, Dr. Barry Singer, who in 1982 came under fire by Evangelical Christian groups for his "tolerance of
In 1982, Dr. Barry Singer, a controversial psychology professor at California State University Long Beach (CSULB), came under
fire by Evangelical Christian groups for his "tolerance of homosexuality" in teaching a Psychology of Sex course, as well
as accusations of having relationships with students. In addition to Singer, conservative Christian groups also targeted
women's groups in CSULB for being "pro-lesbian."
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