Queer theory, late capitalism, and internalized homophobia.

  • Max Kirsch
  • Published 2006 in Journal of homosexuality

Abstract

The emergence of queer theory represents a transformation in the approach to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered peoples. It has claimed new ground for treating sexuality and gender as worthy subjects in their own rights, rather than offshoots of gay and lesbian studies or of general cultural theory. The author contends, however, that it is doubtful… (More)

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@article{Kirsch2006QueerTL, title={Queer theory, late capitalism, and internalized homophobia.}, author={Max Kirsch}, journal={Journal of homosexuality}, year={2006}, volume={52 1-2}, pages={19-45} }