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Digital Subscriptions > Quill & Quire > March 2016 > Making Out in the Mainstream: GLAAD and the Politics of Respectability

Making Out in the Mainstream: GLAAD and the Politics of Respectability

Vincent Doyle

McGill-Queen’s University Press

There are few groups so prominent in the LGBT mainstream as the Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation. In this historical and ethnographic study of the organization, Vincent Doyle, a Canadian living in Spain, explains how that came to be, and examines the effects of a shift in queer activism toward a PR approach and away from something more outré and confrontational.

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