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Queer Bangkok

twenty-first-century markets, media, and rights

by Peter A. Jackson

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Published by Hong Kong Univ. Press, Silkworm Books in Aberdeen, Hong Kong, Chiang Mai, Thailand .
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Statementedited by Peter A. Jackson
The Physical Object
Paginationix, 308 p. :
Number of Pages308
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25274272M
ISBN 109786162150142, 9789888083053, 9789888053728
LC Control Number2011336383


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Peter Jackson contributes two articles—one on the phenomenon of “queer boom” and the other on “queer autonomy” in Bangkok. Queers of Bangkok aims to open a space to explore different personalities and people that come under the queer umbrella and empower women to be who they are comfortable being, with pride, without needing to be attached to a pre-defined label or align to a specific stereotype.

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