Queer Visibilities: Space, Identity and Interaction in Cape Town
Combining current theory and original fieldwork, Queer Visibilities explores the gap between liberal South African law and the reality for groups of queer men living in Cape Town.
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Chapter Two Legacies and Visibilities among White Queer
Chapter Three Coloured Visibilities and the Raced Nature
Chapter Four How to be a Queer Xhosa Man in the Cape Town
Chapter Five Social Invisibilities
Chapter Six Political Invisibilities and Visibilities
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