Queer Universes: Sexualities in Science Fiction

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Index
Ahmed, Sara 78
AIDS 17, 79–85, 88, 89–90
Aiken, Joan, The Wolves of Willoughby Chase 41
Aldiss, Brian 63, 65, 81–2, 83
aliens
companion species 228–31
genderless 98
human–alien relationships 55–6, 66, 69, 216–31
human/alien hybrids 220, 223–4
humans becoming 21–7, 220–4
invisible 28–33
post-war backlash against homosexuality 20–4
queered kinship 228–31
queering nature 216–31
Alire 183
Amazing 59
Analog 55
Anderson, Poul 58
androgyny 98
'battle of the sexes' 93–5
coming race narratives 243
see also hermaphroditism
androids
substantive theories of technology 147–9
see also cyborgs
Armonia, Recondita, 'Flesh of My Flesh' 162, 173–6
Asgari, Mahmoud 1
Ash, Constance 171
Ashmead, Lawrence 62
Astounding 54–5, 56, 59
astrofuturist speculation 244–5
Attebery, Brian 124–5, 127, 145
autoeroticism, cloning 171–6
Avon 62
Ballantine 59–60
Ballard, J. G., Crash 68–9
Barbarella (film 1968) 52–3
Barth, John, Giles Goat Boy 53
'battle of the sexes' 92–5, 122–3
Baudrillard, Jean 110–11, 115
BDSM 9, 180–96
see also masochism; sadomasochism
Bee-Line 67
Benedikt, Michael, Cyberspace: First Steps 133
Bérard, Sylvie viii, 9, 180–96
Berger, Albert 57
Bersani, Leo 20, 88
biology
alien 221–2
coming race narratives 238–9, 242–6
embodiment of gender 76–8

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