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  1. The Pandemic Clears Media Pollution and Queers the Ecosystem
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  1. Transgender Migrant Rights, Reproductive Justice, and the Mexico–US Border in the Time of COVID-19
  2. Leandra Hinojosa Hernández, Sarah De Los Santos Upton
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  1. The Homonormative Economic Frame and COVID-19 Relief Debates
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  2. Lisbeth A. Lipari
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  1. Queer Relationalities in the Era of Social Distancing
  2. Gust A. Yep
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  1. Black Queerness and the Cruel Irony of the COVID-19 Pandemic
  2. Marlon M. Bailey
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  1. Finding Pleasure in the Pandemic: Or, Confronting COVID-19 Anxiety through Queer Feminist Pleasure Politics
  2. Michaela Frischherz
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  1. How Can We (Have) Queer Sex in a Pandemic?
  2. J. Blake Scott
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  1. Queering Intimacy, Six Feet Apart
  2. Marina Levina
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  1. Smart Crowdsourcing in COVID-19: Assisting Wuhan with Mobility in Lockdown
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  1. Fugitive Life: The Queer Politics of the Prison State by Stephen Dillon (review)
  2. Melanie Brazzell, Erica R. Meiners
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  2. Joshua Morrison
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  1. Sensual Excess: Queer Femininity and Brown Jouissance by Amber Jamilla Musser (review)
  2. Anna M. Moncada
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  2. Cora Butcher-Spellman
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  2. Elyse Ambrose
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