Description:

Communities Coming Out, Taking Pride in Ourselves.
We, as members of sexually marginalized communities, understand that race, gender, class, age, religion, geographic origin, physical/mental/emotional ability, HIV/AIDS status, and affectional orientation are constructed by dominant culture to maintain power and privilege. In reappropriating the notions of dyke/fag and reclaiming our space, we empower ourselves, create positive identity politics (the foundation of coalition building) and resist/challenge/oppose dominant culture.
Dyke Fag Space


Date:

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Creator:

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Source:

Gerber/Hart Library and Archives

Subject

t-shirts

Identifier

Special Collections Box "*A-*Z T-shirts (Commercial) & Other Items"

Contributor

None recorded.

Rights

Reproduction and use of this material may require permission from the copyright holder. Please contact the Gerber/Hart Library and Archives for more information.

Citation

“Dyke Fag Space,” Wearing Gay History, accessed February 28, 2024, https://wearinggayhistory.com/items/show/480.
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