Words like water : queer mobilization and social change in China / Caterina Fugazzola.

"This book uses ethnography, interview data, and discourse analysis from organizations in the People's Republic of China advocating for greater acceptance of queer identities to show how tactics that emphasize family, harmony, and sacrifice fare better in context than those that emphasize...

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Main Author: Fugazzola, Caterina, 1987- (Author)
Other title:Queer mobilization and social change in China
Format: Electronic eBook
Language:English
Published: Philadelphia : Temple University Press, [2023].
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505 0 |a A note on terminology -- Introduction -- Tongzhi, lala, deviants, and queers: legacies and politics of sexual identity language -- Coming out, coming home: sexual identity and family belonging -- Rainbow umbrellas and wedding qipao: pushing the limits of contention -- Going to court: legal advocacy and the limits of rights discourse -- Conclusion -- Methodological Appendix -- Bibliography -- Notes. 
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