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Brings together a variety of voices from the worlds of journalism, activism, academia, the arts, and public policy.
Homo Economics is the first honest account of the tense relationship between gay people and the economy. This groundbreaking collection brings together a variety of voices from the worlds of journalism, activism, academia, the arts, and public policy to address issues including the recent economic history of the gay community, the community's response to its changing economic circumstances, and the risks inherent in a narrow definition of liberation.
Part IThe Growth of the Gay and Lesbian Market High Anxiety: I Was a Stepford Queer at the Inaugural Ball Sexuality, Class and Conflict in a Lesbian Workplace Some Theoretical Implications of Gay Involvement in an Urban Land Market Beyond Biased Samples: Challenging the Myths on the Economic Status of Lesbians and Gay Men Lesbian and Gay Occupational Strategies Part II: The Contradictions of Capitalism for Lesbians and Gay Men: Some Theoretical Perspectives Queer Political Economy: The Social Articulation of Desire The Political Economy of the Closet: Notes Toward an Economic History of Gay and Lesbian Life Before Stonewall The Sexual Division of Labour, Sexuality and Lesbian/Gay Liberation: Toward a Marxist-Feminist Analysis of Sexuality in U.S. Capitalism Do Gay Men Have a Stake in Male Privelege? The Political Economy of Gay Men's Contradictory Relationship to Feminism Homosexual Liberation: A Socialism of the Skin Part III: Argumemts and Activism Multi-Issue Politics Where Has Gay Liberation Gone? Marketing Homophobia: The Right Wing's Attack on Gay Rights Lavender Labour: A Brief History Labouring for Gay Rights An Interview with Susan Moir Class Action: Bringing Economic Diversity to the Gay and Lesbian Movement.