Anti-gay

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Mark Simpson
Freedom Editions, 1996 - Social Science - 163 pages
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The essays in this international collection make a post-PC intervention into the discourse of lesbian and gay studies. Discarding kid-gloves and rose-tinted spectacles, its contributors voice the issues that are rarely discussed in polite pink society, breaking open taboos and defying the political imperative to talk up homosexuality and its (alleged) merits.

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Review: Antigay: Homosexuality and Its Discontents

User Review  - 6655321 - Goodreads

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

Review: Antigay: Homosexuality and Its Discontents

User Review  - Dusty Myers - Goodreads

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

Contents

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Is There Life After Sex? John Weir
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Going In John Weir
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Copyright

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About the author (1996)

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

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