Policing Public Sex: Queer Politics and the Future of AIDS Activism

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Ephen Glenn Colter, Dangerous Bedfellows
South End Press, 1996 - Political Science - 416 pages
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Policing Public Sex probes the new crisis points that have emerged in gay/lesbian/queer politics and AIDS activism in the second decade of the epidemic. Contributors include well-known activists and writers such as: Priscilla Alexander, Allan Berube, Lisa Duggan, Amber Hollibaugh, Carol Leigh (a.k.a. Scarlot Harlot), Jose Munoz, Walt Odets, Scott O'Hara, Andrew Ross, Kendall Thomas, and more.
 

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Occasioned by the controversial opening of a new bathhouse in 1995 in New York City, this intentionally provocative anthology was "conceived as an introduction to the patterns and strategies ... Read full review

Contents

Acknowledgments
vii
PUBLIC
23
DAVID SERLIN 45 The Twilight Zone
45
A Conversation with
53
AIDS ACTIVISM
87
STEPHEN GENDIN 105 I Was a Teenage
105
WALT ODETS 115 Why We Stopped Doing Primary
115
Safer
138
ALLAN BERUBE 187 The History of Gay Bathhouses
186
QUEER POLITICS
319
Calculating the Risk
401
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