Indecent Advances por James Polchin

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Indecent Advances James Polchin


James Polchin



“[A] fascinating new book on the treatment of gay men in true crime and crime fiction [that] reexamines the violence that people at the Stonewall Inn had faced every day, and the rage crackling up underneath . . . What makes Polchin’s readings stand out is the way he pursues an underlying story across several seemingly separate crimes.” —Alexander Chee, The New Republic Stories of murder have never been just about killers and victims. Instead, crime stories take the shape of their times and reflect cultural notions and prejudices. In Indecent Advances, James Polchin recovers and recounts queer stories from the crime pages—often lurid and euphemistic—that reveal the hidden history of violence against gay men. What was left unsaid in the crime pages provides insight into the figure of the queer man as both criminal and victim, offering readers tales of vice and violence that aligned gender and sexual deviance with tragic, gruesome endings. Victims were often reported as having made «indecent advances,» forcing the accused’s hands in self-defense and reducing murder charges to manslaughter. Published in time for the fiftieth anniversary of the Stonewall uprising on June 28, 1969, Indecent Advances investigates how queer men navigated a society that criminalized them and displayed little compassion for the violence they endured. Polchin shows, with masterful insight, how this discrimination was ultimately transformed by activists to help shape the burgeoning gay rights movement in the years leading up to Stonewall.

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JAMES POLCHIN, Ph.D., has taught at the Princeton Writing Program, the Parsons School of Design, the New School for Public Engagement, and the Creative Nonfiction foundation. His writing has appeared in several places, including The New Inquiry, Lambda Literary, Brevity, and the Gay and Lesbian Review Worldwide, where he is a contributing writer. A Clinical Professor at New York University, he lives in New York City with his husband, the photographer Greg Salvatori, and a Labrador named Albert.

Datos del libro
Counterpoint 2019
ISBN: 9781640091900
Idioma: Español
Formatos: pdf epub kindle mobi

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