Beyond queer: challenging gay left orthodoxy
The author of A Place at the Table collects essays by writers intent on discrediting counterproductive assumptions about gay life and politics and on rethinking such critical issues as same-sex marriage and family life, religion, outing, and activism. 20,000 first printing.
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