Queer(ing) porn - A conversation

@article{Matebeni2012QueeringP,
  title={Queer(ing) porn - A conversation},
  author={Zethu Matebeni},
  journal={Agenda},
  year={2012},
  volume={26},
  pages={61 - 69}
}
In this conversation I engage with Jabu Pereira, a Johannesburg-based black queer person who curates interventions on subjects related to gender, queerness and the body, and Ignacio Rivera, black queer porn activist and artist, among others, from New York. Though based in the United States (US), Ignacio Rivera commands a significant following at least here in South Africa, in North America and in other parts of the world. Ignacio’s (and Papi Coxxx’s) queer pornographic films and other artistic… 
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