1. Transcoding Sexuality: Computational Performativity and Queer Code Practices
  2. Gerald Stephen Jackson
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  1. The Revolution Will Be Working Class and Queer: Dos Passos’s Three Soldiers, Progressive Politics, and Revolutionary Rhetorics
  2. James J. Arnett
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  1. Queer Resistance
  2. Jennifer Tyburczy
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  1. Donald Trump is the Perfect Man for the Job
  2. Kemi Adeyemi
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  1. From Sanctuary to a Queer Politics of Fugitivity
  2. Karma R. Chávez
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  1. a provocation towards moving
  2. Clare Croft, Efren Cruz Cortez, Jennifer Harge, Leyya Tawil
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  1. Training for Exhaustion (2015)
  2. Xandra Ibarra
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  1. Queers Resisting Trump and White Supremacy in Mexico City
  2. Alexandra Rodríguez de Ruiz
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  1. Notes on Trans Relationality
  2. Benny LeMaster
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  1. A Queer Indigenous Manifesto
  2. Aimee Carrillo Rowe
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  1. Outsider Orbits: Disavowal and Dissent in the United States
  2. Pavithra Prasad
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  1. Spaces of Solidarity: The Last Seduction/La Seducción Fatal
  2. Oli Rodriguez
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  1. In the Wake of “The Violence of Heteronormativity”: Reflecting on, Contending with Affective Remains
  2. Kimberlee Pérez, Craig Gingrich Philbrook
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  1. Further Notes on Healing from “The Violence of Heteronormativity in Communication Studies”
  2. Gust A. Yep
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  1. Unlearning the Violence of the Normative
  2. Benny LeMaster
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  1. Homonormativity and Violence against Immigrants
  2. Karma R. Chávez
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  1. Heteronormativity without Nature: Toward a Queer Ecology
  2. Jonathan M. Gray
  3. pp. 137-142
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  1. The Sex that God Can’t See: Heteronormativity, Whiteness, and the Erasure of Queer Desire in Popular Media
  2. Elizabeth Whitney
  3. pp. 143-149
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  1. The Violence of Heteronormativity: Queer Worldmaking in Anohni’s Hopelessness
  2. Naida Zukić
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  1. Victims, Protectors, and Possibilities for Change: White Womanhood and the Violence of Heteronormativity
  2. Dawn Marie D. McIntosh
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  1. Every Violent August: Postcards from the Trenches of High School
  2. Megan Volpert
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  1. “Not Nothing”
  2. Allen Conkle
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  1. Letters
  2. Craig Gingrich Philbrook, Kimberlee Pérez
  3. pp. 180-185
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  1. Queer Lovers and Hateful Others: Regenerating Violent Times and Places by Jin Haritaworn (review)
  2. Hana Masri
  3. pp. 186-188
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  1. A View from the Bottom: Asian American Masculinity and Sexual Representation by Tan Hoang Nguyen (review)
  2. Albert Rintrona III
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  1. Queerly Remembered: Rhetorics for Representing the GLBTQ Past by Thomas R. Dunn (review)
  2. Cory Geraths
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  1. Gendered Asylum: Race and Violence in U.S. Law and Politics by Sara L. McKinnon (review)
  2. Lario J. Albarrán
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  1. Beyond Monogamy: Polyamory and the Future of Polyqueer Sexualities by Mimi Schippers (review)
  2. Jess Matias-Vega
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