Queer Community: Identities, Intimacies, and Ideology ePUB

Queer Community: Identities, Intimacies, and Ideology The context for this work is defined by a second wave of social and political activity contextualized by queer For example, three, self identified black, queer women started the Black Lives Matter movement For a new generation, the first wave reclamation of queer speaks to their position in a world that continues to marginalize and oppress, particularly sexually and gender fluid and non normative peopleUsing empirical work carried out by the author, Queer Community describes queer identified people, their intimate relationships, and how they are evolving as a unique community along politically charged, ideological lines Following an exploration of the history and context of queer including activism and the evolution of queer theory this book examines how queer identified people define the identity, with reference to queer as a sexual moniker, gender moniker, and political ideologyQueer Community will appeal to scholars and students interested in sociology, queer theory, sexuality studies, gender studies, cultural studies, and contemporary social movements

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