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 Topic: Femininity & Masculinity in Gay Male Lit & Culture

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philipp  



Joined: 29 Mar 2003
Posts: 4
Interests: gay lit/movies/pop culture, queer theory/culture, (arbitraryness of) gender roles in queer, philosophy/psychology, GLBT civil rights, history, gay identities
Physical Location: Bonn, Germany

Posted: 29 Mar 2003, 5:45 pm    Post subject: Femininity & Masculinity in Gay Male Lit & Culture Reply with quote

hi everyone, i'm new to this site/board but think it's a great idea. i'm currently working on my m.a. thesis on "femininity and masculinity in gay male literature, movies & pop culture" (it's the working title, of course) - so if anyone of you feels like contributing by letting me know what pops up in your heads concerning this topic, well, i'd love to hear all your ideas, thoughts, articles/books you came across or whatever else you would like to share with me. i think it's a fascinating aspect of queer life, and i hope i'm not the only one to think so... ;-)

thanks & see you around,
philipp
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Tristan  



Joined: 01 Apr 2003
Posts: 4
Interests: Rhetoric; performance studies; Oscar Wilde
Physical Location: Arizona

Posted: 1 Apr 2003, 10:12 pm    Post subject: Re: Femininity & Masculinity in Gay Male Lit & Cultu Reply with quote

philipp wrote:
hi everyone, i'm new to this site/board but think it's a great idea. i'm currently working on my m.a. thesis on "femininity and masculinity in gay male literature, movies & pop culture" (it's the working title, of course) - so if anyone of you feels like contributing by letting me know what pops up in your heads concerning this topic

thanks & see you around,
philipp


See the Paige & Gant interview in the current issue of the Advocate for some discussion on this topic.[/i]
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Hugh Downs School of Human Communication
Arizona State University
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