South End Press, 1997 - Social Science - 268 pages
This collection of thoughtful, courageous, and honest essays explores the intersections of class background, social status, and "queerness," challenging the often narrow and rigid definition of gay and lesbian community. Queerly Classed highlights the voices of those whose experiences of class-combined with race, ethnicity, gender, ability, and age to explode stereotypes of queers aspiring to assimilate into the mainstream of the American middle class.
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This excellent collection of essays discusses the issues of class, racism, economics, and the gay/lesbian rights movement. A freelance writer and editor of the The Evergreen Chronicles, Raffo has ... Read full review
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a conversation in many parts