Identity of Canada’ s gaybourhoods fading as cities change
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- Whatever optimism or pessimism is implied in my book is a function of what the data say. Gates, Williams Institute, University of California, Los Angeles "What happens to cities when gay life moves out of the closet and into the streets?
- But new queer place-making efforts are emerging.
- Eastside Studios attempts to break through the homonormative bent some gay bars perpetuate. YorkTalks — York, York.
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This is done without loss of clarity or academic rigor, and is particularly welcome in a sub-discipline where language all-too-often becomes obtuse and impenetrable. Queer pop-ups offer patrons a space to explore non-binary forms of gender and sexual identities, and especially a place to experience collective effervescence among queer people of colour, and femme lesbians.
These are neighbourhoods of large cities that have, since at least the s and often earlier, developed a reputation as queer spaces. Unlike gaybourhoods and gay bars, pop-ups are intentional in how they address persistent, intersectional forms of inequality.