Harv. L. Rev. F.
The great peculiarity of the privacy cases is their predominant, though not exclusive, focus on sexuality - not 'sex' as such, of course, but sexuality in the broad sense of that term: the network of decisions and conduct relating to the conditions under which sex is permissible, the social institutions surrounding sexual relationships, and the procreative consequences of sex. Nothing in the privacy cases says that the doctrine must gravitate around sexuality. Nevertheless, it has.
Charles E. Colman, About Ned, 129 Harv. L. Rev. F. 128, 152 (2015-2016)
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