The Missing Colors of the Rainbow: Black Queer Resistance By Elena Kiesling This paper traces the historical context of queer activism and black activism from the social movements of the s and s in the U. By Jennifer Miller This interpretive essay reads US evangelical purity culture through queer theory demonstrating that the evangelical investment in virginity now produces the evangelical virgin as a politicized subaltern subject position. By employing a poetics of camp, voguing constantly challenges traditional understandings of gender. The analysis of Nneka Onourah's documentary The Same Difference provides further insight into the complex array of power that affect the lived experiences at the intersection of queerness, blackness, and gender. Contributions should be between 5, and 10, words, unless previous arrangements have been made with the editors. Hess At a time when America is increasingly regarded as a "graying nation," but aging LGBTQ persons often remain marginalized in discourses of aging, the TV series Transparent takes portrayals of queer aging in new directions. This paper addresses this gap in the scholarship by integrating a queer and historicist reading of Edgar Huntly to suggest that Brown's use of sleepwalking is done to reflect a social fear of the homoerotic. By Eleonora Sammartino Since the s, American film musicals have been increasingly concerned with subjectivities that escape heteronormative categorizations, asserting their gender through a performance that gestures to a major fluidity between gender positions.
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