Questions for LGBTQ Worldmaking
Edited By Dustin Bradley Goltz and Jason Zingsheim
22. Queer Love: Futurity and Potentiality
RAECHEL TIFFE, MEREDITH M. BAGLEY, JASON ZINGSHEIM, KIMBERLEE PÉREZ AND DUSTIN BRADLEY GOLTZ
The Ambivalence of the Post-Queer, Gay Curmudgeon
The question is easy to answer- “who has the privilege to age out of queerness?” I think I am more interested in the why and the how that enables, permits, but also ushers, aging gay white men through a pattern I am only tentatively marking as a recurrent performative trend (that may or may not be unique to the academy).
I was not there, but I heard the story, the stories, and somewhere in me these recalled events became deeply connected, registered, real and tangible and, in some ways, familiar. Let me set the stage. We are in a meeting amidst a discussion of queer faculty and students talking about potential speakers for the coming year.
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