Queer anarchist autonomous zones and publics: Direct action vomiting against homonormative consumerism

@article{Jeppesen2010QueerAA,
  title={Queer anarchist autonomous zones and publics: Direct action vomiting against homonormative consumerism},
  author={Sandra Jeppesen},
  journal={Sexualities},
  year={2010},
  volume={13},
  pages={463 - 478}
}
Global anarchist movements and queer politics are integrating in mutually informing ways. The characteristics of this synthesis include liberatory theories and practices of embodied genders and sexualities in private and public, direct actions to visibilize and extend queer publics, and queer intersections with capitalism, the environment, race, disability, public space, private property and citizenship, among others. This article will critically analyze three cases of anti-consumerist vomiting… 

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