A Conversation about Gay Normality and Queer Anti-Capitalism
Join a conversation about Peter Drucker’s new book Warped: Gay Normality and Queer Anti-Capitalism (from Haymarket Books). This important book will provide a way into discussion and debate about the future of gender and sexual liberation struggles in the wake of important victories for LGBT rights.
- Peter Drucker • Long-time socialist and activist • Author of Warped: Gay Normality and Queer Anti-Capitalism
- Dan Irving • Teaches at Carleton University in Ottawa • Co-editor (with Rupert Raj) of Trans Activism in Canada: A Reader, published by Canadian Scholar’s Press
- Natalie Kouri-Towe • Toronto-based academic and activist working on transnational solidarity and queer politics
- Jamie Magnusson • Teaches at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education • Studies the impact of precarity and dispossession on urban life LGBTq communities
- Tim McCaskell • Long time Toronto gay activist and writer
Sponsored by Toronto New Socialists • Ideas Left Out • Historical Materialism Toronto
Need to know:
– Doors open at 6:50
– Accessible on demand via portable ramp; washrooms not accessible
– Please avoid using strong-scented products due to sensitivities
Tasty refreshments (non-alcoholic) with Zatoun oliveoil+za’atar dipping.
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