1"Rough Trade: Sexual Taxonomy in Postwar America." In: Re Presenting Bisexualities: Subjects and Cultures of Fluid Desire / edited by Donald E. Queer studies in communication have profoundly neglected the salient forms of sexual and affective relatedness that find expression in the terms of intimacy that are ever-present in "friendship." Flirting against the conservative sexual culture, but flirting among ourselves, popular images of queers in Asia have taken a number of specific forms. In many film and literary representations, we find, again, the centrality of friendship life for offering gay and lesbian youth such an alternative space and relational logic for their tentative, circumlocutory, and often risky explorations. "Black lesbian spectatorship and pleasure in popular cinema." In: A Queer romance: lesbians, gay men, and popular culture / edited by Paul Burston and Colin Richardson. pp: 59-78 New queer cinema: an introduction / Michele Aaron -- New queer cinema / B. Pearl -- The characteristics of new queer filmmaking: case study - Todd Haynes / Michael De Angelis -- Camp and queer and the new queer director: case study - Gregg Araki / Glyn Davis -- Art cinema and murderous lesbians / Anneke Smelik -- New queer cinema and experimental video / Julianne Pidduck -- New queer cinema and lesbian films / Anat Pick -- New queer cinema: spectacle, race, utopia / Daniel T. Topics includes the influence of history on gay sexual culture and an analysis of the portrayal of homosexuality in film and literature.
New York: New York University Press,  "Queer pleasures for queer people: film, television, and queer sexuality in India." In: Queering India: same-sex love and eroticism in Indian culture and society / edited by Ruth Vanita. Contents: Crossover dreams: lesbianism and popular music since the 1970's /Arlene Stein --Queer love affair? "Unification horror: queer desire and uncanny visions." In: Light motives: German popular film in perspective / edited by Randall Halle and Margaret Mc Carthy. Asian American history and culture."Beyond Almodovar: 'Homosexuality' in Spanish Cinema of the 1990s." In: Territories of desire in queer culture: refiguring contemporary boundaries / edited by David Alderson and Linda Anderson. "Slashing the Fiction of Queer Theory: Slash Fiction, Queer Reading, and Transgressing the Boundaries of Screen Studies, Representations, and Audiences." The Journal of Communication Inquiry. Although the social conditions which create the need for resistant viewing are themselves oppressive, subversion of mainstream film holds out some possibility of empowerment for lesbian viewers. : Queer Cultures, Queer Auteurs, and Queer Authorship." (homosexual expression in the films of George Cukor and Dorothy Arzner) Quarterly Review of Film and Video v15, n1 (Nov, 1993):41 (14 pages).
Rutgers depth of field series."Dosti and Tamanna: male-male love, difference, and normativity in Hindi cinema." In: Everyday life in South Asia / edited by Diane P. In: Queer Looks: Perspectives on Lesbian and Gay Film and Video /editors Martha Gever, Pratibha Parmar, John Greyson. New York: Routledge, 1993."I sleep behind you": male homosociality and homoeroticism in Indian parallel cinema." In: Queering India: same-sex love and eroticism in Indian culture and society / edited by Ruth Vanita. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, c1994."On Not Being Lady Macbeth: Some (Troubled) Thoughts on Lesbian Spectatorship." In: Immortal, Invisible: Lesbians and the Moving Image/ edited by Tamsin. "National troubles : male matters in Israeli gay cinema." In: Brother keepers : new perspectives on Jewish masculinity / edited by Harry Brod, Shawn Israel Zevit. This paper draws on feminist and queer theory to examine the liabilities of relying on these familiar situation comedy conventions, demonstrating how the program equates gayness with a lack of masculinity, relies on sexual tension and delayed consummation, infantilizes the program's most potentially subversive characters, and emphasisizes characters' interpersonal relationships rather than the characters' connection to the larger social world.
'The Only Haircut That Makes Sense Anymore': Queer Subculture and Gay Resistance. However, it is considered to be a threat to "Jewish purity" and there is strict cultural and religious prohibition against such relationships. "Daughters of darkness: the lesbian vampire on film." In: The dread of difference: gender and the horror film / edited by Barry Keith Grant. This paper explores how Will & Grace, which has been heralded in the popular press for its positive representations of gay men, situates the potentially controversial issue of homosexuality within sap and familiar popular culture conventions, particularly those of the situation comedy genre.
"When Lambs and Aliens Meet: Girl-Faggots and Boy-Dykes Go to the Movies." In: Cross-Purposes: Lesbians, Feminists, and the Limits of Alliance / edited by Dana Heller. Two very differentlyconceived lesbian and gay festival organizations, sites at which decision making about collective identity is ongoing andself-conscious, are examined.
pp: 95-106 Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press, c1997."Lesbians and Film." In: Out in Culture: Gay, Lesbian, and Queer Essays on Popular Culture / editedby Corey K. The analysis traces how each responds to two related tasks: maintaining community legitimacy,which requires racial diversification, and surviving within an altered institutional environment.