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Queer theory
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  • 1. Like feminism, Queer Theory is apolitical and cultural project: one thatwants to change the world as well asanalyse it.Queer Theory is heavily influenced byJudith Butler’s book GenderTrouble(1990), the title of which givessome indication of the theory’s keyobjective: to break the link between thecategories of ‘sex’ and ‘gender’ so that allforms of sexual identity can be acceptedand celebrated.
  • 2. Hannah MontanaPerforming
  • 3. http://www.theory.org.uk/ctr-que1.htm
  • 4. Graham Norton
  • 5. Diva Fever(X Factor 2010)
  • 6. Mick Jagger
  • 7. David Bowie
  • 8. Boy George
  • 9. Annie Lennox
  • 10. Peaches and TheHerms
  • 11. You could argue that there is plenty of evidenceof ‘gender trouble’ everywhere in the culturallandscape: gender-bending pop performers andyouth subcultures, advertisements that toy withideas of transgressive sexuality such as sado-masochism, celebrities who acknowledge theirbisexuality and so on.The presence of a gay or lesbian character intelevision or film drama is nolonger, necessarily, a plot device or an exercisein self-evident tokenism.

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