4. Igor Primoratz, "Sexual Perversion", 34 (2) American Philosophical Quarterly 245, 247 (1997).
5. Id. at 245.
6. Richard B. Hays, "Relations Natural and Unnatural: A Response to John Boswell's Exegesis of Romans 1", 14 (1) The Journal of Religious Ethics 184, 194-195 (1986).
For the Thomists and those interested in the Thomistic approach to this issue, Eugene F. Rogers of the University of North Carolina published an interesting article a little over 10 years ago entitled "Aquinas on Natural Law and the Virtues in Biblical Context: Homosexuality as a Test Case." 27 (1) The Journal of Religious Ethics 29 (1999).
Some very interesting data on acceptance of homosexuality in the United States. Particularly noteworthy is the significant increase in acceptance of homosexuality among Catholics and men.