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The Screwball Asses Alone In His Forest Dwelling, An Ogre Had Spent Years Building Machines To Force His Visitors To Make Love To One Another Machines With Pulleys, Chains, Clocks, Collars, Leather Leggings, Metal Breastplates, Oscillatory, Pendular, Or Rotating Dildos One Day, Some Adolescents Who Had Lost Their Way, Seven Or Eight Brothers, Entered The Ogre S House From The Screwball AssesOur Asshole Is Revolutionary Guy HocquenghemWorkers Of The World, Masturbate Front Homosexuel D Action Revolutionnaire SloganFirst Published Anonymously In F Lix Guattari S Recherches In The Notorious 1973 Issue On Homosexuality Seized And Destroyed By The French Government , The Screwball Asses Remains A Dramatic Treatise On Erotic Desire In This Classic Underground Text, Queer Theorist And Post 68 Provocateur Guy Hocquenghem Takes On The Militant Delusions Of The Gay Liberation Movement Hocquenghem, Founder And Leader Of The Front Homosexuel D Action Revolutionnaire, Vivisects Not Only The Stifled S Of Bourgeois Capitalism But The Phallocratic Concessions Of So Called Homophiles, And, Ultimately, The Very Act Of Speaking Desire And Non Desire Rejecting Any Pure Theory Of Homosexuality That Claims Its Otherness As A Morphology Of Revolution, He Contends That The Ruling Classes Have Invented Homosexuality As A Sexual Ghetto, Splitting And Mutilating Desire In The Process It Is Only When Non Desire And The Desire Of Desire Are Enacted Simultaneously Through Speech And Body That Homosexuality Can Finally Be Sublimated Under The True Act Of Making Love There Are Thousands Of Sexes On Earth, According To Hocquenghem, But Only One Sexual Desire Available In English For The First Time, The Screwball Asses Is A Revelatory Disquisition, Earning Hocquenghem His Rightful Place Among The Minoritarian Elite Of Gilles Deleuze, Jean Genet, And Tony Duvert.

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  • Paperback
  • 87 pages
  • The Screwball Asses
  • Guy Hocquenghem
  • English
  • 06 September 2017
  • 1584350814

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  1. says:

    In my entire life, I have only ever really met that which I was not trying to seduce This book is challenging by this, I do not refer to its erudite vocabulary or considered prose, but to its clear eyes analysis of queer culture as a necessary construct of a homophobic capitalist culture It seems Guy Hocquenghem would have found good company at a contemporary workshop on pansexuality or polyamoury, yet penned this text in 1973 this is its first English publication He was post old left h In my entire life, I have only ever really met that which I was not trying to seduce This book is challenging by this, I do not refer to its erudite vocabulary or considered prose, but to its clear eyes analysis of queer culture as a necessary construct of a homophobic capitalist culture It seems Guy Hocquenghem would have found good company at a contemporary workshop on pansexuality or polyamoury, yet penned this text in 1973 this is its first English publication He was post old left he demands a fuller account of love and death than Freudo Marxism can supply, yet rebels against the boxes capitalist society places us in he is dismayed by voluntarism, yet demands to speak of desire to have desire direct analysis Dig it he considers loveless cruising a machine built by capitalism, couplehood an insane invention of the socius, orgasm a joyous risk of death, and believes that if we ever relieved ourselves of this cultur...

  2. says:

    What I love is how EVERYONE comes under fire in this hilarious analysis of gay culture Most reviewers jump on Hocquenghem s scathing critique of the bourgeois left, but what I findsurprising from this revolutionary May 68er is his insight into the predatorial, anti sentimental views and practices of the gay activist arena and the dialectic that ensues from this contradictiona problematic we certainly still live within As G.H writes, Clearly, love and death are banned from the poli What I love is how EVERYONE comes under fire in this hilarious analysis of gay culture Most reviewers jump on Hocquenghem s scathing critique of the bourgeois left, but what I findsurprising from this revolutionary May 68er is his insight into the predatorial, anti sentimental views and practices of the gay activist arena and the dialectic that ensues from this contradictiona problematic we certainly still live within As G.H writes, Clearly, love and death are banned from the political discourse of the bourgeoisie as well as from the discourse of the preceptors of the sexual revolution For the bourgeoisie and for the Commun...

  3. says:

    Published in 1973, Hocquenghem provided one of the first examples of Queer theory and provided a necessary critique on traditional psychoanalytical perspectives on Homosexuality.While starting off dry, this small book quickly becomes an intimate dialogue between the reader the Hocquenghem Though several texts are referenced, I find the most engaging part is Hocquenghem s own experience.Hocquenghem separates the Homosexual from his desires towards the same gender It s constantly reiterated desi Published in 1973, Hocquenghem provided one of the first examples of Queer theory and provided a necessary critique on traditional psychoanalytical perspectives on Homosexuality.While starting off dry, this small book quickly becomes an intimate dialogue between the reader the Hocquenghem Though several texts are referenced, I find the most engaging part is Hocquenghem s own experience.Hocquenghem separates the Homosexual from his desires towa...

  4. says:

    I definitely need another read through this one its conveniently a small short one , but I m quite fascinated by it Central to its discussions are topics of homosexual relationships and shifting power, confusion of revolutionary homosexual acts, so so muchIts dense, but I like it

  5. says:

    An interesting work especially historically as a proto queer theory Good for lambasting the 70 s gay lesbians right movements He sometimes comes to bizarre conclusions.

  6. says:

    need to reread this.

  7. says:

    An engaging, thought provoking example of queer theory avant la lettre.

  8. says:

    A little dated, but absolutely amazing

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