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Synonyms for queer

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Synonyms for queer

put in a dangerous, disadvantageous, or difficult position

beyond or deviating from the usual or expected

homosexual or arousing homosexual desires

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Summary: Hyderabad (Telangana) [India], Feb 19 (ANI): The Hyderabad city on Sunday witnessed the annual queer 'Pride Parade' with over a thousand members of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ) community taking to streets.
ONLY THREE MONTHS AFTER LATE ACTIVIST Edith Windsor's 2013 victory for gay rights at the Supreme Court, which led to the national legalization of same-sex marriage, The New York Times ran an article questioning the resolve of queer theatres to evolve with the times.
Diasporic Intimacies: Queer Filipinos and Canadian Imaginaries
The Queer Caribbean Speaks: Interviews with Writers, Artists, and Activists.
Os conceitos desenvolvidos pela teoria queer comecaram a ser utilizados nos estudos organizacionais por Brewis, Hampton e Linstead (1997) com a publicacao do artigo Unpacking Priscilla: Subjectivity and Identity in the Organization of Gendered Appearance.
Queer'*s overarching goal is to dispassionately explore how contemporary views of sex, sexuality, and gender in Western culture developed over the years, and what influence was played by the queer movement in reaching this status quo.
DAVID CREWE assesses the past and present representation of queer people in mainstream cinema and television, and posits that with progress should always come ongoing inquiry.
Founded in 2013 out of New York, Queer by Design is the brainchild of Flavia D'Urso, a designer with a degree in art and psychology.
In her introduction to Queer Theatre in Canada, Roz Kerr notes the dearth of historical work in the field: "It is really only in the mid-nineties that articles dealing with queer theatre pertaining to English Canadian scholars and theatre practitioners/spectators begin to appear" (viii).
Mr Barton and his business partner and brother Darren, opened Queer Street in Birmingham's gay village two years ago.
The "embrace of negativity" in queer pessimism is not just for the sake of the embrace but for the sense of "possibility opened up by inhabiting the negative" (161-62).
Kate Reid's fourth album, Queer Across Canada, has all the hallmarks of a Kate Reid album: witty lyrics, sweet guitar playing and interesting harmonies.
Taylor, Jodie, Playing it Queer: Popular Music and Queer World-Making, Peter Lang, New York, 2012, ISBN 9 7830 3430 5532, 254 pp.
Primeiramente em relacao a recusa dos personagens de se nominarem queer, como estrategia de distanciarem-se da impureza das articulacoes da identidade do homem gay urbano e afeminado.
Today, the classic Lesbian and Gay Studies Reader is a historical document--a snapshot of AIDS, lesbian separatism, gays and lesbians in other cultures, homophobia, gender, and other queer realities as they were identified by academics in the late 1980s and early 1990s.