Challenging the often unquestioned hegemony of gay studies over lesbian studies, Jagose offers a theory of the lesbian. Drawing upon the work of such theorists as Eve Sedgwick and Luce Irigaray, she articulates a theory of lesbian space which symbolically exceeds the boundaries of understanding.
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