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Irresistible revolution : confronting race, class and the assumptions of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender politics

Autor: Urvashi Vaid
Editorial: New York, NY : Magnus Books, 2012.
Edición/Formato:   Libro : Inglés (eng) : First Magnus edition
Base de datos:WorldCat
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"From one of the nation's best-known and most widely-respected LGBT leaders comes an impassioned and informed argument for gay equality to move beyond the limiting confines of the equality movement. The LGBT movement is one of the most active, contested and engaging social movements in the US. This optimistic book challenges advocates for LGBT rights to aspire beyond the narrow framework of equality to a more  Leer más
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Tipo de documento: Libro/Texto
Todos autores / colaboradores: Urvashi Vaid
ISBN: 9781936833290 1936833298
Número OCLC: 745978915
Descripción: xvii, 238 pages ; 22 cm
Contenido: Still ain't satisfied : equality and the limits of LGBT politics --
What can brown do for you? : race and the future of the LGBT movement --
Assume the position : class and the LGBT movement --
The meaning of a progressive movement --
Some women are lesbians and we are part of the women's movement --
We're dykes, don't touch us, we'll hurt you --
Ending patriarchy : political legacies of the 1970s lesbian feminist movement --
Politics as an act of faith : ten lessons from LGBT activism --
Beyond the wedding ring : LGBT politics in the age of Obama.
Responsabilidad: Urvashi Vaid.

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"From one of the nation's best-known and most widely-respected LGBT leaders comes an impassioned and informed argument for gay equality to move beyond the limiting confines of the equality movement. The LGBT movement is one of the most active, contested and engaging social movements in the US. This optimistic book challenges advocates for LGBT rights to aspire beyond the narrow framework of equality to a more expansive and inclusive politics. The book's essays examine the dilemmas of compromise, assimilation, and ideology that face advocates for LGBT rights through accessible, provocative, and personal perspectives derived from the author's experience as a leader in this movement. Intended for a broad and general audience, the book turns a thoughtful lens into the controversies, rhetoric, and strategic questions that face this social revolution still in progress."--Publisher's website.

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