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3.0 out of 5 stars Not as amazing as it could have been but good., 10 Jan 2012
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This review is from: PoMoSexuals: Challenging Assumptions About Gender and Sexuality (Paperback)
Pomosexuals tells the story of a certain period in our sexuality history. The 1990s were all about 'fragmenting' identities.

So the essays and stories focus on questioning the categories of man, woman, gay, straight, bisexual, transexual( the word was used more in those days) and 'queer'.

John Weir stood out for me. his piece about being a homosexual man, looking to get laid by a woman for the first time was hilarious and poignant.

Pat Calfia was good but a bit 'rigid' about masculinity, as were a lot of the writers. As if you have to have a dick or a strap-on to be 'masculine'.

A good read overall but it didn't blow me a way.

I prefer Anti Gay edited by Mark Simpson (1996)
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