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Mark Simpson
Freedom Editions, 1996 - Social Science - 163 pages
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Have you ever wondered (to yourself, in private): Why most gay culture these days is mediocre trash? Why so many lesbians have such a problem with long hair and dainty footwear? Why being gay is like being a member of a religious cult, except not so open-minded? What happens when a gay activist takes 'celebrating diversity' seriously and sleeps with someone of the opposite sex? If you have, it's ok. You're not alone any more. Anti-Gay, the shameful anti-dote to prideful feel-good politics, will give you the strength to tell the world you're not glad to be gay after all.

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some of the articles are gut wrenchingly awful but a few are legitimate gems (everything past the first 3 to varying degrees). Read full review

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There are a good amount of crappy and useless essays in this book (usually the more personal/memoiristic tended to be the more worthless), but there was lots of stuff that was smart and that I liked ... Read full review


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Mark Simpson is associate professor of English at the University of Alberta.

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