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Table of contents

  • Title Page i
  • Contents iii
  • Acknowledgments v
  • Introduction 1
  • Notes 8
  • Queerly Classed Questions 9
  • Jerry Lee Lewis Kills His Child Bride 13
  • Losing Home 15
  • Notes 28
  • Homophobic Workers or Elitist Queers? 29
  • Notes 41
  • Intellectual Desire 43
  • Notes 64
  • Life in the Passing Lane Exposing the Class Closet 67
  • The Bath Story 79
  • Notes from the Working Class 83
  • Not Just Merely Queer 95
  • Class Struggles 105
  • Origin 119
  • Spirit and Passion 121
  • Windows & Water Towers 135
  • Mir Zayen Do!/ We Are Here! Some Notes on Being a Working-Class Jewish Lesbian 151
  • The Glass Factory, 1980 163
  • To Market, to Market Considering Class in the Context of Lesbian Legal Theories and Reforms 165
  • Notes 174
  • Currency 179
  • Putting Down Roots 191
  • Inconspicuous Assumptions 201
  • Notes 212
  • Mother Poem 213
  • Note 215
  • A Boy's Own Class 217
  • Growing Up in Two Closets Class and Privilege in the Lesbian and Gay Community 227
  • Note 234
  • Lucky a Conversation in Many Parts 235
  • Contributors 259
  • Index 265
  • Other Titles of Interest 270
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