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Bisexual Spaces: a geography of sexuality and gender

Clare Hemmings 
Routledge, NY (May 2002)

A largely unexplored area, this is an innovative and original examination of bisexual spaces as places that are defined by both geographical boundaries and cultural significance. Hemmings applies the ideas of queer theory as well as social and cultural geography in her fascinating investigation into the spaces and places of bisexual life. Specifically focusing on Northhampton, MA and San Francisco, she draws on interviews with community members and the town histories showing how and why they have developed into safe places for gay, lesbian, and bisexual communities.

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