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Download Citation on ResearchGate | On May 31, , Lisa Duggan and others published The New Homonormativity }. Prof. Lisa Duggan (NYU, New York). “The New Homonormativity: The Sexual Politics of Neoliberalism”. During the past decade, organized gay. The Sexual Politics of Neoliberalism” by Lisa Duggan “This New Homonormativity comes equipped with a rhetorical recoding of key terms.

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How do I set a reading intention To set a reading intention, click through to any list item, and look for the panel on the left hand side: For permission please contact hsk. Please log in to set a read status Setting a reading intention helps you organise your reading. Its cultural politics are often discussed separately from its economic. This is especially apparent as the pressures to dismantle post World War II welfare states build–and gay rights organizations climb onto the privatization band wagon rather than press a critique in the realm of political economy.

She sees as consistent the gay movement goals of: Setting a reading intention helps you organise your reading.

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There was an emphasis shift away from privacy toward visibility. As always, I’ve tried to put direct quotes in quotation marks, but since this is a typed transcript of my handwritten notes, I might not have been as effective as I’d like. IGF — independent gay forum. Neoliberalism has often been presented as being non political — more into economic stuff. They wanted a right to privacy in public, and the right to publicize private matters.

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The new homonormativity. The sexual politics of neoliberalism

The sexual politics of neoliberalism By Lisa Duggan As always, I’ve tried to put direct quotes in quotation marks, but since this is a typed transcript of my handwritten notes, I might not have been as effective as I’d like. Loyal Repetitions of the Nation: But, its antidemocratic, antiegalitarian agenda has shaped the discussion.

A critical queer politics exists alongside this neoliberal homonormative front, but its social forms are currently mostly localized and relatively isolated. Newer Post Older Post Home.

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He also believes that marriage and the desire to serve in the military are not actually political: Much of academic queer theory meanwhile continues to rework udggan theorizations unconnected to the current conjuncture, but some new work is emerging to theorize the new homonormativity, and the political economy of corporate globalization in which it is embedded.

In the s and s postwar — conservatives saw the state as intrusive, while progressives thought it should guarantee equality of access.

To set a reading intention, click through to any list item, and look for the panel on homonofmativity left hand side:. In the s, gay politics interacted with feminist and antiracist rhetoric and strategies.

The New Homonormativity: The Sexual Politics of Neoliberalism

During the past decade, organized gay politics in the U. This item appears on List: The Sexual Politics of Neoliberalism. Diverging from its varied roots in progressive to left social movements, mainstream gay rights politics now constitute, not a resistance, but an arm of neoliberalism–one of the centers for the production of neoliberal “equality” politics.