The Case of the Sultry Mountie, or, We Need to Talk about Cecil

I love this blog post as it really resonates with explorations of pre-colonial queer identities. It’s also worth saying that as with so many perspectives, the queer lens is useful not just to understand the experience of LGBTQA persons int he past, but also to better appreciate the expressions of heterosexuality/heteronormativity/cis-masculinity – essentially everything that tends to get read as ‘normal’. In some ways, we’re all queer as folk.


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