Queering new ground

Taylor and Francis
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Australian Feminist Studies, 1997, 12 (26), pp. 341 - 344
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The publication of Annamarie Jagose's Queer Theory and Jill Julius Matthews Sex in Public mark something of a watershed in theorising around sex and sexuality in Australia. Matthews' striking collection represents the shifting modalities shaping sexual politics in the 1990s. Crossing genres, media and debates, this collection draws together some of the most exciting theorists of sexuality writing today. Jagose's text, with its in-your-face cover depicting a dickless Ken doll (or is it Gl-Joe?) being fellated by Noddy, is a most incisive and intelligent contribution to Queer, offering keen insights and fluendy presenting its multiple possibilities
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