Machos, Maricones, and Gays: Cuba and Homosexuality

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Introduction
1.
Homosexuality, Society and the State in Mexico/ Homosexualidad, sociedad y estado en Mixico ( Toronto/ Mexico City: Canadian Gay Archives/ Solediciones, 1991).
2.
Manchester Guardian Weekly, December 19, 1993.
3.
Armando Valladares, The Prison Memoirs of Armando Valladares ( New York: Alfred Knopf, 1986), p. 358.
4.
Duncan Green, Faces of Latin America ( London: Latin American Bureau, 1991), p. 144.
5.
See Jeffrey Weeks, Coming Out. Homosexual Politics in Britain from the Nineteenth Century to the Present ( London: Quartet Books, 1977), p. 235; and Barry Adam, The Rise of a Gay and Lesbian Movement ( Boston: Twayne, 1987), p. 173.
6.
Allen Young, Gays under the Cuban Revolution ( San Francisco: Grey Fox Press, 1981).
7.
The film's script is contained in Néstor Almendros and Orlando Jiménez-Leal , eds., Conducta impropia ( Madrid: Editorial Playor, 1984).
8.
Aart Hendriks, Rob Tielman, and Evert van der Veen, The Third Pink Book: A Global View of Lesbian and Gay Liberation and Oppression ( Buffalo: Prometheus Books, 1993), p. 272.
9.
Israel Vazquez, "Our Man in Havana," Lexicon ( Toronto), May 1993.
10.
See Chris Bull and Jorge Morales, "AIDS Crisis in Cuba," The Advocate, January 24, 1995. Carlos Otero, the seventeen-year-old gay resident in the AIDS sanatorium who was allegedly interviewed by the authors, denied everything that had been attributed to him in the article when I interviewed him in the privacy of his home in Old Havana in April 1995. So did his mother.
11.
Sheldon Liss, Fidel! Castro's Political and Social Thought ( Boulder, Colo.: Westview Press, 1994), p. 16.
12.
See Carlos A. Heredia and Mary E. Purcell, The Polarization of Mexican Society: A Grass Roots View of World Bank Economic Adjustment Policies ( Washington, D.C.: Development Gap, 1994), p. 10

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