Mark Gevisser, Edwin Cameron
Psychology Press, 1995 - Social Science - 376 pages
In deze bundel zijn de volgende artikelen opgenomen over lesbische vrouwen in Zuid-Afrika: A different fight for freedom : a history of South African lesbian and gay organisation from the 1950s to the 1990s /Mark Gevisser ; "Unapprehended felons" : gays and lesbians and the law in South Africa / Edwin Cameron ; Lesbian gangster / Dhianaraj Chetty , Moffies en manvroue : gay and lesbian life histories in comtemporary cape Town ; Five women : black lesbian life on the Reef / Tanya Chan Sam ; Climbing on her shoulders : an interview with Umtata's 'first lesbian' ; Wearing the pants : Butch/femme roleplaying in lesbian relationships / Julia Beffon ; The Arista sisters, september 1984 : a personal account of army drag / Matthew Krouse ; From Ada to Zelda : notes on gays and language in South Africa / Gerrit Olivier ; Exit : gay publishing in South Africa / Gerry Davidson en Ron Nerio ; A thousand forms of love : representations of homosexuality in South African literature / Shaun de Waal ; The lavender lobby : working for lesbian and gay rights within the liberation movement / Derrick Fine en Julia Nicol ; Pride of protest : drag queens, comrades, and the Lesbian and Gay Pride March / Mark Gevisser en Graeme Reid ; 'White rapists made coloureds (and homosexuals)' : the Winnie Mandela Trial and the politics of race and sexuality / Rachel holmes ; 'Lesbians in love and compromising situations' : lesbian feminist organising in the Western Cape / Mary Armour and Sheila Lapinsky ; Of gay rights and the pitfalls of the 'PC' : a polemic / Digby Ricci.
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