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Queers in American popular culture

Queer culture isn't a small, isolated subset of society, nor is it a new movement. The acknowledged father of bodybuilding, Eugen Sandow, was gay and lived in the late 1800s. Burlesque troupes in the early 1900s often featured female impersonators performing risqué dances--unbeknownst to their audiences. And the debate over gay marriage actually originated in the 1950s.

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  • "Queer culture isn't a small, isolated subset of society, nor is it a new movement. The acknowledged father of bodybuilding, Eugen Sandow, was gay and lived in the late 1800s. Burlesque troupes in the early 1900s often featured female impersonators performing risqué dances--unbeknownst to their audiences. And the debate over gay marriage actually originated in the 1950s."@en
  • "A collection of articles explores the role of gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgendered persons in shaping American popular culture from the late 1800s to the present."
  • "This three-volume collection of essays reveals the widespread existence of queer men and women in American popular culture, and showcases their important yet little-known role in shaping our society over the last 120 years."@en
  • "Queer culture isn't a small, isolated subset of society, nor is it a new movement. The acknowledged father of bodybuilding, Eugen Sandow, was gay and lived in the late 1800s. Burlesque troupes in the early 1900s often featured female impersonators performing risqu dancesÑunbeknownst to their audiences. And the debate over gay marriage actually originated in the 1950s."

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  • "Electronic resource."
  • "Electronic books."@en
  • "Electronic books."
  • "Handbuch."

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  • "Queers in American Popular Culture"
  • "Queers in American Popular Culture."
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  • "Queers in American popular culture"
  • "Queers in American popular culture"@en