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Introduction : Queering religion, religious queers

Taylor, Yvette and Snowdon, Ria (2014) Introduction : Queering religion, religious queers. In: Queering Religion, Religious Queers. Routledge, pp. 1-12. ISBN 9780415843881

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Abstract

Queering religion, religious queers explores how religious identity interplays with other forms and contexts of indentity, specifically those related to sexual identity. It asks how these intersections are formed, negotiated and resisted across time and places: 'contradictions' are both privately and publically inhabited in the context of legislative changes and increasing, but often competing, socio-legal recognition.