I gratefully acknowledge the assistance and guidance provided by Belkys Raquel in 2006, for this piece would not have been published without her enormous contributions, which include her insights, patience, and hard work. I thank the organizers of this symposium, particularly Penelope Andrews for a wonderful conference, and the staff of the New York City Law Review. I am indebted to Sarah Waxman, a juris doctorate candidate from University of Chicago’s School of Law in 2008, for her continual edits of this piece. I am also deeply grateful to Gina Olson, Gail Cooper, Jane Bohman, and Charles Hoffman for their comments on this piece and support of this work.
Joey L. Mogul,
The Dykier, the Butcher, the Better: The State's Use of Homophobia and Sexism to Execute Women in the United States,
N.Y. City L. Rev.
Available at: 10.31641/clr080221