1. Demanding Possibilities: The Legacies and Potentials of Sex and Gender Activism
  2. David S. Churchill
  3. pp. 5-14
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  1. The Queer Frontier: Male Same-sex Experience in Western Canada’s Settlement Era
  2. Lyle Dick
  3. pp. 15-52
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  1. “More Than Two Is a Crowd”: Mononormativity and Gross Indecency in the Criminal Code, 1981-82
  2. Thomas Hooper
  3. pp. 53-81
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  1. Consuming Sexual Liberation: Gay Business, Politics, and Toronto’s Barracks Bathhouse Raids
  2. Catherine J. Nash
  3. pp. 82-105
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  1. Sex Garage: Unspooling Narratives, Rethinking Collectivities
  2. Jason B. Crawford, Karen Herland
  3. pp. 106-131
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  1. The Challenge of Home for Sexual Orientation and Gendered Identity Refugees in Toronto
  2. David A.B. Murray
  3. pp. 132-152
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  1. Reproductive Autonomy and the Evolving Family in the Supreme Court of Canada: Implications for Assisted Reproductive Technologies
  2. Dave Snow
  3. pp. 153-189
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  1. The Inadequate Recognition of Sexual Diversity by Canadian Schools: LGBT Advocacy and Its Impact
  2. David Rayside
  3. pp. 190-225
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  1. In versus Out: LGBT Politicians in Canada
  2. Joanna Everitt, Michael Camp
  3. pp. 226-251
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  1. Interview with Chris Bearchell, Lasqueti Island, 1996
  2. Miriam Smith
  3. pp. 252-275
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  1. Contributors • Collaborateurs
  2. pp. 276-277
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