Philippine Gay Culture: Binabae to Bakla, Silahis to MSM

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UP Press, 2008 - Social Science - 536 pages
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This groundbreaking work provides a descriptive survey of popular and academic writings on and by Filipino male homo-sexuals as well as a genealogy of discourses and performativities of male homosexuality--and the bakla and/or gay identity that they effectively materialized--in urban Philippines from the 1960s to the present.
  

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Contents

Philippine Gay Culture
39
The Sixties
61
The Seventies
82
Precolonial GenderCrossing and the Babaylan Chronicles
151
The Eighties
198
The Nineties
223
Prologue
246
The Early Gay Writers Montano Nadres Perez
276
Orlando Nadres and the Politics of Homosexual Identity
334
Tony Perezs Cubao 1980 The Tragedy of Homosexuality
361
Conclusion
387
An Update and a Postcolonial Autocritique
420
Notes
457
Bibliography
507
Index
527
Copyright

Where We Have Been Severino Montanos The Lion and the Faun
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