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Azanian : Zandi Zwane Talks About Being Black, Lesbian, and Activist in Cape Town  / Sabina Vaught.

Journal of Gay and Lesbian Issues in Education, 3 (2006) 4, p. 83-86
bron: Journal of Gay and Lesbian Issues in Education jaargang: 3 (2006) 4 , p. 83-86
samenvatting: In this interview, Zandi Zwane explores the intersectionality of identities and activism in Cape Town. [Copies are available from: Haworth Document Delivery Center. The Haworth Press, Inc., 10 Alice Street, Binghamton, NY 13904-1580, USA]
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Azanian : Zandi Zwane Talks About Being Black, Lesbian, and Activist in Cape Town
ts.
Sabina Vaught.
Journal of Gay and Lesbian Issues in Education
3
(2006)
4
83-86
N284843
Artikel

Arrival at home : radical faerie configurations of sexuality and place  / Scott Lauria Morgensen.

GLQ : A Journal of Lesbian and Gay Studies, 15 (2009) 1, p. 67-96
bron: GLQ : A Journal of Lesbian and Gay Studies jaargang: 15 (2009) 1 , p. 67-96
samenvatting: Radical faerie culture produces modern sexual minorities by mediating their racial and national relationship to histories of colonization. Radical faeries arose in the US by forming itinerant rural gatherings--and, over time, landed rural sanctuaries to host them--where they sought to liberate an authentic gay subjectivity grounded in indigenous cultural roots. I examine the formation of rural sanctuaries and gatherings as sources for gay liberation by investigating how they are structured as spaces of homecoming. Radical faeries who travel to gatherings and sanctuaries arrive at home--despite neither originating nor remaining at these sites--when they find in rural spaces and in tales of indigeneity a self-acceptance and shared nature that grants new belonging to settled land. I narrate key moments when practices of rural mobility and emplacement call gay men home to authentic subjectivity and radical community, by means of loving communion, multigenerational rural ties, indigenous spirituality, and a newly indigenized relationship to settled land. My argument arises from reflexive ethnographic interpretation of the quotidian practices of gatherings and sanctuaries. My ethnographic attention marks the integrity of radical faerie culture as a creative mediation of the racial, national, and colonial conditions of sexuality. My analysis calls queer studies to attend more deeply to the intersectionality and coloniality of sexual minority formations in settler societies, and to let ethnographic interpretation mark both how normative power relations condition sexualities and how sexual subjects creatively engage them.
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Arrival at home : radical faerie configurations of sexuality and place
ts.
Scott Lauria Morgensen.
GLQ : A Journal of Lesbian and Gay Studies
15
(2009)
1
67-96
N286713
Artikel

el barrio de La Chueca of Madrid, Spain : An Emerging Epicenter of the Global LGBT Civil Rights Movement  / Omar Martinez, Brian Dodge.

Journal of Homosexuality, 57 (2010) 2 (feb), p. 226-248
bron: Journal of Homosexuality jaargang: 57 (2010) 2 (feb), p. 226-248
samenvatting: The purpose of this article is to examine and deconstruct the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) barrio (community) of Chueca in Madrid, Spain, from political and sociological perspectives. First, we develop a critical framework for understanding the historical, political, social, cultural, and economic changes that took place in Spain after Franco's death in relation to LGBT issues. Ethnographic research was conducted from May to July 2007 in the Spanish cities of Madrid, Barcelona, and Ibiza, and focused primarily on the community of Chueca. A social constructionist perspective was used to examine sociocultural issues in this ethnosexual community through an in-depth study of the dynamics of this barrio. The theoretical framework of intersectionality and the constitutive relations among social identities is exemplified in Chueca. Hence, individuals in Chueca and their intersectionality perspective reveal that their identities influence and shape their beliefs about gender and symbols. We describe how Chueca reflects recent progressive changes in LGBT-related laws and statutes drafted by the federal government and how these have influenced the high level of societal acceptance toward intimate same-sex relationships in Spain. Additionally, we exemplify and present Chueca as an enclave that has been affected by the globalization of the private market, "gay" identity, and enterprise, having a direct effect on cultural norms and social behaviors. Last, we examine the current state of the Chueca community relative to other developing LGBT Latino/a communities in the United States. [ Copies are available at http://www.tandf.co.uk/journals/haworth-journals.asp ]
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el barrio de La Chueca of Madrid, Spain : An Emerging Epicenter of the Global LGBT Civil Rights Movement
ts.
Omar Martinez, Brian Dodge.
Journal of Homosexuality
57
(2010)
2
(feb)
226-248
N288296
Boek

I Am Your Sister : Collected and Unpublished Writings of Audre Lorde  / 

ed. by Rudolph P. Byrd, Johnetta Betsch Cole, Beverly Guy-Sheftall.New York, NY [etc.]: Oxford University Press, 2009 - xv, 280 p.
uitgave: New York, NY [etc.]: Oxford University Press, 2009 - xv, 280 p.
ISBN: 0195341481
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samenvatting: Audre Lorde was not only a famous black poet; she was also one of the most important radical black feminists of the past half century. I Am Your Sister collects her non-fiction prose from 1976 to 1990, and it is the first volume to provide a full picture of Lorde's political work (as opposed to her aesthetic work). The essays cover an impressive variety of topics: sexuality, race, gender, culture, class, parenting, disease, resistance, and power--both within the United States and across the African diaspora. While Lorde is best known as a progenitor of black feminist studies, I Am Your Sister stresses her signal influence in the creation of gay and lesbian studies. Lorde's work presaged the late 1980s shift in the academy toward the emphasis on the tight connections between race, class, gender, and sexuality--and later disability. Accordingly, the breadth of topics Lorde tackles in the various essays in I Am Your Sister capture the spirit of intersectionality that now dominates analysis in the humanities and critical social sciences.

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I Am Your Sister : Collected and Unpublished Writings of Audre Lorde
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ed. by Rudolph P. Byrd, Johnetta Betsch Cole, Beverly Guy-Sheftall.
N288684
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Intersectionality, Critical Race Theory, and American Sporting Oppression: Examining Black and Gay Male Athletes  / Eric Anderson, Mark McCormack.

Journal of Homosexuality, 57 (2010) 8 (sep), p. 949-967
bron: Journal of Homosexuality jaargang: 57 (2010) 8 (sep), p. 949-967
samenvatting: This article examines the influence of the racial categories of White and Black and the sexual categories of gay and straight on sporting American men. The effect of the intersection of these cultural categories is discussed by investigating the exclusion of athletes who are both Black and gay, as well as highlighting the culturally perceived differences of (straight) Black and (White) gay men. However, the analysis accounts for more than just difference, examining the commonalities of oppression between these discrete identity groups. We use the research on Black athletes to call for further empirical study on gay athletes. It is argued that critical race theory and intersectionality offer complex and nuanced understandings of these oppressions, which, when theorizing is left solely to the realm of poststructuralism, can otherwise be missed. [ Copies are available at http://www.tandf.co.uk/journals/haworth-journals.asp ]
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Intersectionality, Critical Race Theory, and American Sporting Oppression: Examining Black and Gay Male Athletes
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Eric Anderson, Mark McCormack.
Journal of Homosexuality
57
(2010)
8
(sep)
949-967
N288876
Artikel

'We are ordinary men' : MSM identity categories in Tbilisi, Georgia  / William Meyer ... [et al.].

Culture, Health and Sexuality, 12 (2010) 8 (nov), p. 955-971
bron: Culture, Health and Sexuality jaargang: 12 (2010) 8 (nov), p. 955-971
samenvatting: Men who have sex with men remain largely absent from the health statistics of many Eastern European countries. This relative dearth compared to other parts of the world may be attributed to the generally hidden nature of this population. The tendency to employ Western sexual identity labels, rather than locally meaningful categories of identity, may also make it difficult to identify men who have sex with other men. In a pilot study of HIV risk in Tbilisi (Georgia), we used a suite of qualitative techniques - focus groups, individual semi-structured interviews and pile-sort exercises - to probe the opinions, knowledge and experiences of 65 Georgian men. We identified locally meaningful men-who-have-sex-with-men types, demonstrating a complex intersectionality of sexual preference, socio-economic status, behaviour and geography. Positioning within these types appeared to impact a man's exposure to the social stigma of homosexuality; the sexual, physical and mental health risks that he faced; and his access to treatment and counselling. Our results suggest the use of imported identity categories limits researchers' ability to identify men who have sex with other men in Georgia and that further research aimed at elucidating locally meaningful categories is needed - research likely to lead to more-effective group interventions and facilitate a better understanding of holistic individual health needs.
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dgb artikelen (meyer-w/we)

'We are ordinary men' : MSM identity categories in Tbilisi, Georgia
ts. dgb artikelen (meyer-w/we)
William Meyer ... [et al.].
Culture, Health and Sexuality
12
(2010)
8
(nov)
955-971
N288926
Artikel

U.S. Children's Picture Books and the Homonormative Subject  / Nathan Taylor.

Journal of LGBT Youth, 9 (2012) 2 (apr-june), p. 136-152
bron: Journal of LGBT Youth jaargang: 9 (2012) 2 (apr-june), p. 136-152
samenvatting: The author examines the role U.S. lesbian- and gay-themed children's picture books play in the deployment of a homonormative subject, how that deployment occurs, and what the consequences are of such a deployment for children; lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and intersex (LGBTQI) communities; and the larger society. The author, through use of queer theory and intersectionality, finds that the homonormative subject is a technology used to reaffirm a heteronormative agenda. That is, by depoliticizing and demobilizing segments of the LGBTQI community through nominal societal acceptance heterosexist and other interlocking forms of oppression are allowed to remain intact. [ Copies are available at http://www.tandf.co.uk/journals/haworth-journals.asp ]
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U.S. Children's Picture Books and the Homonormative Subject
ts.
Nathan Taylor.
Journal of LGBT Youth
9
(2012)
2
(apr-june)
136-152
N290183
Artikel

Reflections About Bisexuality and the Journal of Bisexuality  / Mickey Eliason, John P. Elia.

Journal of Bisexuality, 11 (2011) 4 (oct-dec), p. 412-419
bron: Journal of Bisexuality jaargang: 11 (2011) 4 (oct-dec), p. 412-419
samenvatting: In this reflection, the authors consider their previous work related to bisexuality in their scholarship and teaching and within a historical context. Although they have had some very different life circumstances and taught in very different institutions, the experiences they had with biphobia and stereotypes about bisexuality have been remarkably similar. They end with some thoughts on the future of the field, urging that a more serious consideration of intersectionality will move knowledge forward in a more positive way than focusing on sexual identities in isolation. [ Copies are available at http://www.tandf.co.uk/journals/haworth-journals.asp ]
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Reflections About Bisexuality and the Journal of Bisexuality
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Mickey Eliason, John P. Elia.
Journal of Bisexuality
11
(2011)
4
(oct-dec)
412-419
N292029
Artikel

Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Students Coming Out at the Intersection of Spirituality and Sexual Identity  / Shaunna Payne Gold, Dafina Lazarus Stewart.

Journal of LGBT Issues in Counseling, 5 (2011) 3/4 (jul-dec), p. 237-258
bron: Journal of LGBT Issues in Counseling jaargang: 5 (2011) 3/4 (jul-dec), p. 237-258
samenvatting: In this study, the researchers examined how lesbian, gay, and bisexual undergraduate students negotiated and defined their spiritual identities during the coming-out process. Although there were varied responses, the findings suggest that students describe spirituality as acceptance, personal relationships with a powerful essence, and connections to nature. When navigating multiple identities, students experienced various levels of intersectionality including irreconciliation, progressive development, arrested development, completed development, and reconciliation. [ Copies are available at http://www.tandf.co.uk/journals/haworth-journals.asp ]
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Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Students Coming Out at the Intersection of Spirituality and Sexual Identity
dgb artikelen
Shaunna Payne Gold, Dafina Lazarus Stewart.
Journal of LGBT Issues in Counseling
5
(2011)
3/4
(jul-dec)
237-258
N293423
Artikel

U.S. Children's Picture Books and the Homonormative Subject  / Nathan Taylor.

Journal of LGBT Youth, 9 (2012) 2 (apr-june), p. 136-152
bron: Journal of LGBT Youth jaargang: 9 (2012) 2 (apr-june), p. 136-152
samenvatting: The author examines the role U.S. lesbian- and gay-themed children's picture books play in the deployment of a homonormative subject, how that deployment occurs, and what the consequences are of such a deployment for children; lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and intersex (LGBTQI) communities; and the larger society. The author, through use of queer theory and intersectionality, finds that the homonormative subject is a technology used to reaffirm a heteronormative agenda. That is, by depoliticizing and demobilizing segments of the LGBTQI community through nominal societal acceptance heterosexist and other interlocking forms of oppression are allowed to remain intact. [ Copies are available at http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/19361653.2011.649646#.VEEPh6I_jrw ]
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U.S. Children's Picture Books and the Homonormative Subject
ts.
Nathan Taylor.
Journal of LGBT Youth
9
(2012)
2
(apr-june)
136-152
N294543

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