Questions for LGBTQ Worldmaking
Edited By Dustin Bradley Goltz and Jason Zingsheim
Section V: Questioning “What Else?”: Queer Futurity and the Project of Worldmaking
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Questioning “What Else?”: Queer Futurity and the Project of Worldmaking
Using the past to rethink our present and reimagine our futures, this section revisits the previously explored tensions of shame, temporality, coalition, anger, and decorum as productive departures for envisioning and creating queer futures differently. Rooted in the persistent effort toward a not-here and not-now utopian drive, these chapters work to illustrate the potential (and ever multiplying) trajectories of kinship and belonging when grounded in queer intimacy. Guiding questions include: How can we write new stories and create new scripts, collaboratively and in coalition? How do we maintain the ongoing creation of alternative scripts and continually resist complacency? How might a guiding ethic of queer futurity critique the present?
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