The New Queer Conscience

Pocket Change Collective was born out of a need for space. Space to think. Space to connect. Space to be yourself. And this is your invitation to join us. "The new manifesto for how we as queer people could and should navigate the world.

The New Queer Conscience

Author: Adam Eli

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN: 0593093690

Page: 64

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Pocket Change Collective was born out of a need for space. Space to think. Space to connect. Space to be yourself. And this is your invitation to join us. "The new manifesto for how we as queer people could and should navigate the world. It's the holding hand I never had--but wish I did."--Troye Sivan, Golden Globe nominated-singer, songwriter, and actor "With the persistence of queerphobia all around the world, this book is absolutely necessary, even vital."--Édouard Louis, internationally bestselling author of History of Violence "To Eli's credit, all of the rules are rooted in considerations of conscience and kindness and, if observed, will make a better world--as will this book."--Booklist, starred review "Small but mighty necessary reading."-- Kirkus Reviews In The New Queer Conscience, LGBTQIA+ activist Adam Eli argues the urgent need for queer responsibility -- that queers anywhere are responsible for queers everywhere. Pocket Change Collective is a series of small books with big ideas from today's leading activists and artists. In this installment, The New Queer Conscience, Voices4 Founder and LGBTQIA+ activist Adam Eli offers a candid and compassionate introduction to queer responsibility. Eli calls on his Jewish faith to underline how kindness and support within the queer community can lead to a stronger global consciousness. More importantly, he reassures us that we're not alone. In fact, we never were. Because if you mess with one queer, you mess with us all.

New Queer Cinema

Although htere are certainly other books on gay and lesbian issues in film, this is the first full-length study of recent developments in queer cinema, combining indispensable discussions of central issues with exciting new work by key ...

New Queer Cinema

Author: Michele Aaron

Publisher: Rutgers University Press

ISBN: 9780813534862

Page: 204

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Coined in the early 1990s to describe a burgeoning film movement, "New Queer Cinema" has turned the attention of film theorists, students, and audiences to the proliferation of intelligent, stylish, and daring work by lesbian and gay filmmakers within independent cinema and to the infiltration of "queer" images and themes into the mainstream. WHy did this tansition take place? Although htere are certainly other books on gay and lesbian issues in film, this is the first full-length study of recent developments in queer cinema, combining indispensable discussions of central issues with exciting new work by key writers.

Brownson s Quarterly Review

The Church leaves the conscience all the liberty , that is , all the rights , it has by
the law of God . ... There was , too , Matthias , the famous New York prophet ,
whose queer conscience commanded him to claim his neighbour's property and
his ...

Brownson s Quarterly Review

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Controversy

Is the liberty of their conscience to be respected ? There was , too , Matthias , the
famous New York prophet , whose queer conscience commanded him to claim
his neighbour's property and his neighbour's wife as his own . Was the liberty of ...

Controversy

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Brownson s Review

The Church leaves the conscience all the liberty , that is , all the rights , it has by
the law of God . ... There was , too , Matthias , the famous New York prophet ,
whose queer conscience commanded him to claim his neighbour's property and
his ...

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Cruising the Dead River

Maer Roshan, “Larry Kramer: Queer Conscience,” New York, March 30, 1998,
accessed July 10, 2011, http://nymag.com/nymetro/news/people/features/2423/.
34. Carter, Stonewall, 116. 35. John Rechy, City of Night (London: Panther, 1968)
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Cruising the Dead River

Author: Fiona Anderson

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ISBN: 022660375X

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In the 1970s, Manhattan's west side waterfront was a forgotten zone of abandoned warehouses and piers. Though many saw only blight, the derelict neighborhood was alive with queer people forging new intimacies through cruising. Alongside the piers' sexual and social worlds, artists produced work attesting to the radical transformations taking place in New York. Artist and writer David Wojnarowicz was right in the heart of it, documenting his experiences in journal entries, poems, photographs, films, and large-scale, site-specific projects. In Cruising the Dead River, Fiona Anderson draws on Wojnarowicz's work to explore the key role the abandoned landscape played in this explosion of queer culture. Anderson examines how the riverfront's ruined buildings assumed a powerful erotic role and gave the area a distinct identity. By telling the story of the piers as gentrification swept New York and before the AIDS crisis, Anderson unearths the buried histories of violence, regeneration, and LGBTQ activism that developed in and around the cruising scene.

The New England Conscience

... proceeded from “ our queer New England ignorance , our queer
misconceptions and confusions — from which , since ... indignantly and virtuously
for the Alps , and Strether faces , in Book XI , a new trial of conscience and
consciousness .

The New England Conscience

Author: Austin Warren

Publisher: Ann Arbor : University of Michigan Press

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Acts of Conscience

Thomas acknowledged that the hunger strike had “a ridiculous side . . . which I
see as well as the next man,” while Gray concluded that the maneuvering of the
objectors often made for “rather a queer performance.” Indeed, Gray stopped his
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Acts of Conscience

Author: Joseph Kip Kosek

Publisher: Columbia University Press

ISBN: 0231513054

Page: 376

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In response to the massive bloodshed that defined the twentieth century, American religious radicals developed a modern form of nonviolent protest, one that combined Christian principles with new uses of mass media. Greatly influenced by the ideas of Mohandas Gandhi, these "acts of conscience" included sit-ins, boycotts, labor strikes, and conscientious objection to war. Beginning with World War I and ending with the ascendance of Martin Luther King Jr., Joseph Kip Kosek traces the impact of A. J. Muste, Richard Gregg, and other radical Christian pacifists on American democratic theory and practice. These dissenters found little hope in the secular ideologies of Wilsonian Progressivism, revolutionary Marxism, and Cold War liberalism, all of which embraced organized killing at one time or another. The example of Jesus, they believed, demonstrated the immorality and futility of such violence under any circumstance and for any cause. Yet the theories of Christian nonviolence are anything but fixed. For decades, followers have actively reinterpreted the nonviolent tradition, keeping pace with developments in politics, technology, and culture. Tracing the rise of militant nonviolence across a century of industrial conflict, imperialism, racial terror, and international warfare, Kosek recovers radical Christians' remarkable stance against the use of deadly force, even during World War II and other seemingly just causes. His research sheds new light on an interracial and transnational movement that posed a fundamental, and still relevant, challenge to the American political and religious mainstream.

Brownson s Quarterly Review

The Church leaves the conscience all the liberty , that is , all the rights , it has by
the law of God . ... There was , too , Matthias , the famous New York prophet ,
whose queer conscience commanded him to claim his neighbour ' s property and
his ...

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Works

Is the liberty of their conscience to be respected ? There was, too, Matthias, the
famous New York prophet, whose queer conscience commanded him to claim
his neighbour's property and his neighbour's wife as his own. Was the liberty of
his ...

Works

Author: Orestes Augustus Brownson

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Controversy

Is the liberty of their conscience to be respected ! There was , too , Matthias , the
famous New York prophet , whose queer conscience commanded him to claim
his neighbour's property and his neighbour's wife as his own . Was the liberty of ...

Controversy

Author: Orestes Augustus Brownson

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The Mystery of Metropoisville

But you must have a devilish queer conscience, to be sure. If you talk in that way,
I shall enter a plea of insanity and get you off whether you will or not. But you
might at least hear me through before you talk about conscience. Perhaps even ...

The Mystery of Metropoisville

Author: Edward Eggleston

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The Century

There ' ll no harm come to Mr. Thorne , “ No ; says he's waiting for the new factory
mother ; I promise you that . ... dismal amid the chatter ; only queer conscience
prayer was unwarrantable his mother stole to his door during the night beggary .

The Century

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The Century Illustrated Monthly Magazine

There'll no harm come to Mr. Thorne , “ No ; says he's waiting for the new factory
mother ; I promise you that . ... dismal amid the chatter ; only queer conscience
prayer was unwarrantable his mother stole to his door during the night beggary .

The Century Illustrated Monthly Magazine

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Century Illustrated Monthly Magazine

There ' ll no harm come to Mr. Thorne , “ No ; says he's waiting for the new factory
mother ; I promise you that . ... dismal amid the chatter ; only queer conscience
prayer was unwarrantable his mother stole to his door during the night beggary .

Century Illustrated Monthly Magazine

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The Atlantic Monthly

... must have a queer conscience . Other tively obscure men , a class of works
collectors are very proper butts for ridiwith which we have lately become fa- cule .
The violin collector rises to the miliar . Unless intolerably ill written , sublime
height ...

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The New American Church Monthly

And on the Thirtieth of January we may appropriately recall that Charles I ' s
contemporaries were well aware that , whatever else may be said about him —
and no doubt he had a weak will and a queer conscience — he died , as he
believed ...

The New American Church Monthly

Author: Charles Sears Baldwin

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Includes section "Book reviews".

New England Journal of Education

He was A QUEER CONSCIENCE . graduated from the University of North
Carolina in 1881 . Miss E. V. Herman , vice - principal of Bayonne , New Jersey ,
has set the teaching world a - talking CLEVELAND'S GIRLS ' TECHNICAL HIGH
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