QueerEdge: From Gay to Queer Liberation

Nick J. Mulé

2019, 75:59 minutes

TAPECODE 2132.00

This feature documentary links the principles and tenets of gay liberation in the Stonewall era to today’s queer liberation movement. Internal politics are revealed providing a critical analysis of the mainstreaming effects of the LGBT equality movement vs. the progressive, sex-positive views of the queer liberation movement. From historical referencing to contemporary issues affecting the LGBTQ communities, an internal divide is uncovered between those who are content with equality and those who continue to fight for liberation. Over 30 academics, activists and artists provide in-depth insights on their queer liberation sensibilities, contributing to a critical socio-political analysis of gender and sexual politics and marginalizations within the LGBTQ movement.

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