Questions for LGBTQ Worldmaking
Edited By Dustin Bradley Goltz and Jason Zingsheim
2. Queer Love: The Politics, Poetics and Performances of Queer Relations
JASON ZINGSHEIM, DUSTIN BRADLEY GOLTZ, KIMBERLEE PÉREZ AND AIMEE CARRILLO ROWE
To Our Dearest of Family—[list of 75 names in alphabetical order by first name].
Each of you has played a significant role in our lives and the cultivation of the relationship we, Dusty and Jason, have built together over the past three years. The life the two of us share is a life that we all share together, as each of you is a part of our family. For that reason, we wanted to give you an STD (Save The Date) announcement. Next year, on the weekend of June 6–8, 2008 (Friday to Sunday) we are hosting a Gayla (pronounced gay-la) in honor of the relationships and family of individuals who have supported, contributed, and in many ways defined who we are. In short, we invite each of you to join us in celebrating a significant period of transition in our lives as we finish our degree program, leave our hometown, and share the commitment we have made to one another through a ritualized joining of our family. Each of you is a part of our family—a part of a collective that has shaped our lives, our many loves, our hopes for the future, and our identities.
The weekend of June 6–8 will consist of a series of ritualized events culminating with a feast and a masquerade soiree on...
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