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17 January 2014 This piece was reblogged from Aimee Heinemann at the request of Queer (in) Crisis. The problem with living in a constant state of crisis is that it isn’t. Like, how are we meant to deal with our … Continue reading

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Sex in Counterpublic: Querying Gay Space

7 June 2013 This piece was written by a member of the Queer (in) Crisis collective. As a young gay kid navigating one heteronormative space after another, my imaginings of what I will call the gay bar[1] always arose from … Continue reading

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Queer (in) Crisis: A Discussion in the Sussex University Occupation

5 March 2013 The following was presented to a group of students and staff at the Sussex University anti-privatisation occupation.  It is not meant as a comprehensive paper, but is rather a series of ideas that facilitated a really helpful … Continue reading

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Queer (in) Crisis: a discussion

Participants: Jamie Dennis, Aaron Benedetti, Jane Cleasby This transcript is of a discussion that we hope will encourage readers to engage with a sense of crisis.  This informal queering of the ‘blogging genre’ is to make visible the contradictions of … Continue reading

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