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Author: Guy Hocquenghem
Publisher: Los Angeles, CA : Semiotext(e) ; Cambridge, Mass. : Distributed by the MIT Press, ©2010.
Series: Semiotext(e) intervention series, 3.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Today's homosexual does not embody polymorphic desire: he moves univocally beneath an equivocal mask. His sexual objects have already been chosen by social or political machination, and they are always the same: either weaker or stronger, older or younger, more in love with him or he more in love with them, more bourgeois or more proletarian, primitive or intellectualized, uber-male or sub-male, black or white,  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Guy Hocquenghem
ISBN: 9781584350811 1584350814
OCLC Number: 457159609
Notes: "Originally published in Recherches no. 12 Trois milliards de pervers: grande encyclopédie des homosexualités in March 1973"--Preliminary page.
Description: 87 pages ; 18 cm.
Series Title: Semiotext(e) intervention series, 3.
Other Titles: Recherches.
Responsibility: Guy Hocquenghem ; translated by Noura Wedell.

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A founder of Queer theory contends that the ruling classes have invented homosexuality as a sexual ghetto, splitting and mutilating desire in the process.  Read more...

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