1. Queer Border Objects and the Sucio Material Politics of Migration in the U.S.–Mexico Borderlands
  2. Hana Masri
  3. pp. 1-22
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  1. Catching Sight: Queer Worldmaking in a Glance
  2. Joshua Trey Barnett, Brandon S. Killen
  3. pp. 23-32
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  1. Interracial Homosexuality and the White Southern Phallus in Kevin Sessums’s Mississippi Sissy
  2. Tison Pugh
  3. pp. 33-52
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  1. Introduction
  2. Claire Sisco King
  3. pp. 53-57
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  1. Anticipating the Mobilization of Queerness in the Rehabilitation of Kevin Spacey
  2. Joshua N. Morrison
  3. pp. 58-65
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  1. Kevin Spacey’s Coming Out and the Politics of Gay Victimhood
  2. Justin J. Rudnick
  3. pp. 66-71
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  1. Display Case: Kevin Spacey’s Shattered Closet, Integrity, and Image
  2. Dylan Rollo
  3. pp. 72-79
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  1. Accountability Amidst the “Me Too” Reckoning: Kevin Spacey’s Homopatriarchal Apologia
  2. Suzanne Marie Enck
  3. pp. 80-86
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  1. Bad Spacey: Retributive Justice and Queer Erasure
  2. Meggie Mapes
  3. pp. 87-92
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  1. Hiding Behind Gayness: On Spacey and What It Means for Gay/Bisexual Youth
  2. Christopher Purcell
  3. pp. 93-97
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  1. Layers of Homonormativity in Kevin Spacey’s Coming-Out Scandal
  2. Shinsuke Eguchi
  3. pp. 98-104
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  1. Queer: Good Gay, Bad Gay, Black Gay, White Gay?
  2. Ian Barnard
  3. pp. 105-111
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  1. Beyond Kevin Spacey: More than Scraps on the Cutting Room Floor
  2. Jeffrey Q. McCune Jr.
  3. pp. 112-117
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  1. For the Children? Protecting Innocence in a Carceral State by Erica R. Meiners (review)
  2. Jenna M. Loyd
  3. pp. 118-121
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  1. Conflict Is Not Abuse: Overstating Harm, Community Responsibility, and the Duty of Repair by Sarah Schulman (review)
  2. Kendall Gerdes
  3. pp. 122-124
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  1. Sex Museums: The Politics and Performance of Display by Jennifer Tyburczy (review)
  2. Thomas R. Dunn
  3. pp. 125-127
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  1. Time Slips: Queer Temporalities, Contemporary Performance, and the Hole of History by Jaclyn I. Pryor (review)
  2. Myles W. Mason
  3. pp. 128-130
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