Discussion

Chapter 9: Is Paris still Burning (pg.145-156)
1.) First Impressions-What parts of the reading(s) did you find surprising, puzzling, useful, new, already knew, and interesting?
2.) Essential Message
3.) hooks suggests that “within white supremacist, capitalist patriarchy the experience of men dressing as women, appearing in drag, has always been regarded by the dominant heterosexist cultural gaze as a sign that one is symbolically crossing over from a realm of power into a realm of powerlessness.” Explain her argument. Do you agree/disagree? Why or why not?
4.) Do you think that African Americans of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender,Questioning/Queer (LGBTQ) community are treated the same within the heterosexual African American community as as opposed to by others in general society? What about those of the LGBTQ community? Explain your answer.
5.) Significance for African American popular culture.
6.) Points of Agreement/Dissension..
7). Summary/Closing

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