From Camp to Queer: Re-making the Australian Homosexual
In this important, timely and deeply engaged book, Robert Reynolds traces the passionate, often turbulent, courageous and committed ways in which homosexuals told their stories. From camp to gay to the recent movement of queer, from modern to post modern.
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The World We Have Won: The Remaking of Erotic and Intimate Life
No preview available - 2007