How Did a Sexual Minorities Movement Emerge in Post-Soviet Russia? An Essay: An Essay

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The book provides a closer look at the history of LGBT community in Post-Soviet Russia.Its main idea is to show how, in highly specific curcumstances of Perestroika and Post-perestroika transition society, quick and broad rise of this type of activism became possible, and why these activities were not continued, therefore the current generation of LGBT activists would have to begin to from the beginning. Varios aspest of thw early movements' ideology, self-presentation, and its strive to invent the tradition" of homosexuality in Russia are discussed as well as reasons and mentality of the leaders and acitivists of the movement. The Preface is written by prof. Laurie Essig the author of milestone work "Queer in Russia: a Story of Self Sex and Other". "

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Mikhail Nemtsev teaches sociology and philosophy in Novosibirsk (Russia). He is interested in critical social theory, urban studies, anthopology of sexuality and sociology of education. E-mail: nemtsev.m@gmail.comLivejournal: mnemtsev.livejournal.comwww.nsu.ru/classics/reset/participants/Nemtsev.htm Cover photo by Oleg PolezhaevTitle

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