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Beyond the Qeer Alphabet


Beyond The Queer Alphabet
Contents
List of Acronyms................................................................................................................................................5
List of Contributors............................................................................................................................................7
Preface and Acknowledgements.......................................................................................................................9
Part I: The Queer Alphabet & Beyond
1. Queering In/Equality: LGBTQ, ‘It Gets Better’ and Beyond..............................................................15
Malinda S. Smith
2. Developing Intersectional Solidarities: A Plea for Queer Intersectionality.........................................19
Sirma Bilge
3. Queering the Language of ‘Sexual Minorities’ in Canada......................................................................24
Alexa DeGagne
4. Black Queer and Black Trans-Imagine Imagination Imaginary Futures..............................................28
Rinaldo Walcott
5. T-Trouble: Structural and ‘Administrative En-Gendering’ as the Academic-
Corporate Complex..........................................................................................................................................32
Bobby Noble
6. Disorders of Sex Development: De-Queering the ‘I’ in LGBTQ12-S................................................36
Catherine Clune-Taylor
7. ‘Stand Up’ for Exclusion?: Queer Pride, Ableism and Inequality.........................................................39
Danielle Peers and Lindsay Eales
8. Trans Rights in Mexico and Canada: Queering the Geopolitics of Privilege.....................................42
Oralia Gómez-Ramírez
9. Homonationalist Discourse, Queer Organizing and the Media............................................................45
Fatima Jaffer
Part II: Resisting Closets: Hate, Bullying and Violence
10. Coming Out: Re-Engaging the Radical..................................................................................................50
Elise Chenier
11. Closets, Cloisters and Other Corrective Measures................................................................................54
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