Philippine Gay Culture: Binabae to Bakla, Silahis to MSM
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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