Modern Homosexualities: Fragments of Lesbian and Gay Experiences
Routledge, Sep 11, 2002 - Social Science - 304 pages
This book of nineteen original essays by activists and academics documents and analyses the dramatic changes in lesbian and gay experience over the last twenty years. It charts the growth of lesbian and gay studies, and examines key issues around communitites, identities, relationships, sexualities and politics. These essays, edited by a leading author in the field, herald a new confidence and maturity for the growing field of lesbian and gay studies.
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gay and lesbian world making
Constructing communities and identities
THE ROLE OF DISCLOSURE IN COMING
DARING TO PRETEND?
CONSTRUCTING LESBIAN SEXUALITIES
RESISTING THE ERASURE OF LESBIAN
radicalism rights and citizenship
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