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Is Global Governance Bad for East Asian Queers?
The rise of transnational systems and networks of governance and norms since the 1990s and the emergence of the so-called “global civil society” hold out promises of equity for LGBT advocates andExpand
From Spice Girls to enjo kosai : formations of teenage girls' sexualities in Taiwan 1
necessary a decay in moral values but the changing reality of sexuality in history. My analysis will examine (1) the popular entertainment/commodity culture in which teenage girls have foundExpand
Queer Existence under Global Governance: A Taiwan Exemplar
On October 31, 2009, the seventh annual Gay Pride March trailed through Taipei’s celebrated business districts and staged its climactic performances right in front of the presidential palace, aExpand
Self-empowerment and 'professionalism': conversations with Taiwanese sex workers
Carol Leigh, aka Scarlot Harlot, of the prostitutes’ rights group COYOTE (Call Off Your Old Tired Ethics) invented the term s̀ex work’ in 1979 as a feminist contribution to the English language asExpand
The Aviation Industry: Tackling the turbulence caused by COVID-19
The COVID-19 pandemic that appeared in December 2019 has affected the aviation industry both positively and negatively. The unprecedented panic has forced governments and businesses to respond inExpand
Embodying gender: transgender body/subject formations in Taiwan 1
Abstract ‘A soul trapped in the wrong body’ is a common description employed by trans subjects to explain their unusual condition. While useful in illustrating the often contradictory feelings,Expand