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Title We still demand! : redefining resistance in sex and gender struggles / edited by Patrizia Gentile, Gary Kinsman, and L. Pauline Rankin
Imprint Vancouver ; Toronto : UBC Press, [2017]
©2017
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 人文社會聯圖  HQ76.8.C3 W4 2017    AVAILABLE    30610020527909
Descript xiii, 307 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
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Series Sexuality studies series
Note Includes bibliographical references (pages 285-300) and index
Liberating marriage : gay liberation and same-sex marriage in early 1970s Canada / Elise Chenier -- "Seducing the unions" : organized labour and strategies for gay liberation in Toronto in the 1970s / Mathieu Brûlé -- "À bas la répression contre les homosexuels!" Resistance and surveillance of queers in Montreal, 1971-76 / Patrizia Gentile -- Fire, passion, and politics : the creation of blockorama as Black queer diasporic space in the Toronto Pride festivities / Beverly Bain -- The emergence of the Toronto Dyke March / Allison Burgess -- Rupert Raj, transmen, and sexuality : the politics of transnormativity in Metamorphosis magazine during the 1980s / Nicholas Matte -- Queer resistance and regulation in the 1970s : from liberation to rights / Gary Kinsman -- "A history of that which was never supposed to be possible" : rethinking gender passing in history / Fabien Rose -- "Your cuntry needs you" : the politics of early 1990s Canadian S/M dyke porn / Andrea Zanin -- Safe sex work and the city : Canadian sex worker activists re-imagine real/virtual cityscapes / Shawna Ferris -- "Collateral damage" : anti-trafficking campaigns, border security, and sex workers' rights struggles in Canada / Annalee Lepp -- Nationalism, sexuality, and the politics of anti-citizenship / Cynthia Wright -- Trans-ing the Canadian passport : on the biopolitical storying of race, gender, and borders / Bobby Nobel
"We Still Demand! recovers the vibrant histories of sex and gender activism across Canada from the 1970s to the present. Highlighting queer, trans, sex-worker, and feminist struggles, this activist history focuses on remembering these struggles and on rethinking the boundaries of sex and gender activism and scholarship. By recovering the history of activism and outlining contemporary challenges, We Still Demand! provides a vital rewriting of the history of sex and gender activism in Canada that will enlighten current struggles and activate new forms of resistance"-- Provided by publisher
Link We still demand!. Sexuality studies series Sexuality studies series (CaOONL)20169061485
Subject Gays -- Political activity -- Canada -- History
Transgender people -- Political activity -- Canada -- History
Prostitutes -- Political activity -- Canada -- History
Gay rights -- Canada -- History
Sex role -- Canada -- History
Alt Author Gentile, Patrizia, 1970- editor
Kinsman, Gary William, editor
Rankin, L. Pauline, 1960- editor
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