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Violence against queer people: race, class, gender, and the persistence of anti-LGBT discrimination

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Publisher:
Rutgers University Press
Pub. Date:
[2015]
Language:
English
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"Violence against lesbians and gay men has increasingly captured media and scholarly attention. But these reports tend to focus on one segment of the LGBT community--white, middle class men--and largely ignore that part of the community that arguably suffers a larger share of the violence--racial minorities, the poor, and women. In Violence against Queer People, sociologist Doug Meyer offers the first investigation of anti-queer violence that focuses on the role played by race, class, and gender. Drawing on interviews with forty-seven victims of violence, Meyer shows that LGBT people encounter significantly different forms of violence--and perceive that violence quite differently--based on their race, class, and gender. His research highlights the extent to which other forms of discrimination--including racism and sexism--shape LGBT people's experience of abuse. He reports, for instance, that lesbian and transgender women often described violent incidents in which a sexual or a misogynistic component was introduced, and that LGBT people of color sometimes weren't sure if anti-queer violence was based solely on their sexuality or whether racism or sexism had also played a role. Many feel that the struggle for gay rights has largely been accomplished and the tide of history has swung in favor of LGBT equality. Violence Against Queer People, on the contrary, argues that the lives of many LGBT people have improved very little, if at all, over the past thirty years."--Back cover.
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Anti-queer violence
Electronic books
Gays -- Violence against
Gays -- Violence against -- United States
Hate crime
Hate crimes
Hate crimes -- United States
Homophobie
LGBT
POLITICAL SCIENCE -- Public Policy -- Social Security
POLITICAL SCIENCE -- Public Policy -- Social Services & Welfare
Queer people
Race relations
SOCIAL SCIENCE -- Gay Studies
Sexual minorities -- Violence against
Sexual minorities -- Violence against -- United States
Social classes
Social classes -- United States
USA
United States
United States -- Race relations
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Violence against queer people : race, class, gender, and the persistence of anti-LGBT discrimination
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Gay Studies
Gays
Hate crime
Hate crimes
Homophobie
LGBT
POLITICAL SCIENCE
Public Policy
Queer people
Race relations
SOCIAL SCIENCE
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Social Security
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