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Author Rubin, Gayle, author.

Title Deviations : a Gayle Rubin reader / Gayle S. Rubin
Published Durham, NC : Duke University Press, 2011
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Description 1 online resource (xiv, 484 pages) : illustrations
Contents "The traffic in women : notes on the "Political economy" of sex" (1975) -- The trouble with trafficking : afterthoughts on "The traffic in women." (2010) -- "Introduction" to A woman appeared to me, / Renee Vivien. (1976) -- "The leather menace" (1982) -- "Thinking sex" (1984) -- "Afterword to Thinking sex" (1993) -- "Postscript to Thinking sex" (1993) -- "Blood under the bridge : reflections on Thinking sex" (2010) -- "The catacombs : a temple of the butthole" (1991) -- "Of catamites and kings : reflections on butch, gender, and boundaries" (1992) -- "Misguided, dangerous, and wrong : an analysis of anti-pornography politics" (1993) -- Interview "Sexual traffic," with Judith Butler (1995) -- "Studying sexual subcultures : the ethnography of gay communities in urban North America" -- "Geologies of queer studies : it's deja vu all over again" (2004)
Summary Gayle Rubin laid the foundation for queer theory as a graduate student at Michigan in the early '70s with the essay "The Traffic in Women," which was followed a decade later by an equally influential essay, "Thinking Sex." This volume collects her essays covering topics ranging from BDSM to feminist debates on pornography and sex to lesbian and gay history
Notes "A John Hope Franklin Center Book."
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
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Subject Feminist theory.
Gay and lesbian studies.
Homosexuality -- Political aspects
Queer theory.
Feminist theory.
Feministisk teori.
Gay and lesbian studies.
Homosexualitet -- politiska aspekter.
Homosexuality -- Political aspects.
Queer theory.
SOCIAL SCIENCE -- Gay Studies.
Form Electronic book
ISBN 0822394065
Other Titles Gayle Rubin reader