Sociology articles on interracial dating
1"Rough Trade: Sexual Taxonomy in Postwar America." In: Re Presenting Bisexualities: Subjects and Cultures of Fluid Desire / edited by Donald E. Queer studies in communication have profoundly neglected the salient forms of sexual and affective relatedness that find expression in the terms of intimacy that are ever-present in "friendship." Flirting against the conservative sexual culture, but flirting among ourselves, popular images of queers in Asia have taken a number of specific forms.
In many film and literary representations, we find, again, the centrality of friendship life for offering gay and lesbian youth such an alternative space and relational logic for their tentative, circumlocutory, and often risky explorations.
The types of films and videos from East Asia, which center on gay and other queer characters, are the focus of this paper and are broken into three categories: 1) feature films aimed at a mainstream market and the general culture in which they are produced; 2) independent short films and videos shot by gay Asian men; and, 3) a crossover category of features that could be said to be festival or art house films, with a niche market.
London: Pandora, 1994.""Working like a homosexual", camp visual codes and the labor of gay subjects in the MGM Freed Unit." In: Hollywood musicals, the film reader / edited by Steven Cohan. In focus--Routledge film readers."Homo Pomo: The New Queer Cinema." In: Women and Film: A Sight and Sound Reader. It is asserted that these films do not necessarily tell us about the empirical realities of gay lives in East Asian communities, but they do tell us something of what it means to be gay in East Asian cultures.
The shape ofcollective identity - how internal instabilities and diversities are accommodated, in this case - depends not only on the emergentcharacteristics of the collective, but also on the resolution of challenges particular to organizational fields.
Monsters in the Closet: Homosexuality and the Horror Film / Harry M. Manchester [England]; New York: Manchester University Press; New York: Distributed by St. Series title: Inside popular film."The Love That Dare Not Speak Shakespeare's Name: New Shakesqueer Cinema." In: Shakespeare, the Movie: Popularizing the Plays on Film, TV, and Video / edited by Lynda E. "Using information gathered during fieldwork on New York lesbian and gay film festival organizations this paper argues thatscholarship on identity has nor paid sufficient attention to the organizational mediation of collective identity.
He calls for an analysis of the tactical responses of (homo)sexual subjects to the historical situation of the exhibition of gay pornography.
"Erasure and Taboo: A Queer Reading of Bonnie and Clyde." In: Arthur Penn's Bonnie and Clyde / edited by Lester D. He suggests that film studies in the heteronormative academy relies on the practice of close analysis to contain the threat and promise of gay pornography and the space where it is shown.
"The Talented Poststructuralist: Heteromasculinity, Gay Artifice, and Class Passing." In: Masculinity: bodies, movies, culture / edited by Peter Lehman. "Pussy galore: lesbian images and lesbian desire in the popular cinema." In: The good, the bad and the gorgeous: popular culture's romance with lesbianism / edited by Diane Hamer and Belinda Budge. Where Altman sees this lack of representative depiction as a failing, this article operates from a different basic understanding of the nature and function of cultural representation.
It studies five films, the women perform their femaleness and their queerness both offstage and on, creating a new kind of female filmic spectacle"--Provided by publisher. Culture and the moving image "Queer Male Cinema and Feminism." In: Women and Film: A Sight and Sound Reader. Altman also notes in reference to "The Wedding Banquet," the representation of these emergent Asian gay communities is itself notably lacking in these films.
"The Voice of Pornography: Tracking the Subject Through the Sonic Spaces of Gay Male Moving-Image Pornography." In: Keyframes: popular cinema and cultural studies / edited by Matthew Tinkcom and Amy Villarejo. Many Asian countries have reported on the enormous usefulness of the Internet not only to make queer friends, but also to question and debate sexual politics.