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Account Options Sign in. My library Help Advanced Book Search. Get print book. John Howard. University of Chicago Press , M10 10 - pages.

We don't usually associate thriving queer culture with rural America, but John Howard's unparalleled history of queer life in the South persuasively debunks the myth that same-sex desires can't find expression outside the big city.

In fact, this book shows that the nominally conservative institutions of small-town life—home, church, school, and workplace—were the very sites where queer sexuality flourished. As Howard recounts the life stories of the ordinary and the famous, often in their own words, he also locates the material traces of queer sexuality in the landscape: from the farmhouse to the church social, from sports facilities to roadside rest areas.

Howard argues that the s, for example, were a period of vibrant queer networking in Mississippi, while during the so-called "free love" s homosexuals faced aggressive oppression.

When queer sex was linked to racial agitation and when key civil rights leaders were implicated in homosexual acts, authorities cracked down and literally ran the accused out of town. In addition to firsthand accounts, Men Like That finds representations of homosexuality in regional pulp fiction and artwork, as well as in the number one pop song about a suicidal youth who jumps off the Tallahatchie Bridge.

And Howard offers frank, unprecedented assessments of outrageous public scandals: a conservative U. The first book-length history of the queer South, Men Like That completely reorients our presuppositions about gay identity and about the dynamics of country life. Howard's rigorous scholarship, which is based both on oral history and traditional historical documents.

His insights into queerness and the mentality of the American South should be of great interest both to the professional gay historian and the general reader. At long last an intimate and full vision of queer lives in America that did not unfold in San Francisco's discos. Contents Ones and Twos. Politics and Beliefs. A Note on Interviews. Common terms and phrases activity acts Allain American appeared August Bill Billy Joe boys called chapter church civil rights Commission Corley Corley's County cultural Daily described desire didn't early experience felt Files friends further gender hand helped Henry Higgs Hinson History homosexual identity interview by author Jackson John July June knew later lesbian and gay letter lived look male March means Miss Mississippi moved movement Murrett never night October oral organizing perhaps person play police political Press queer question race racial relationship remember reported rural seemed sexual Smith social sometimes South Southern space story Street suggested thing thought tion told took town University wanted women York young.

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Ones and Twos. Norms and Laws.

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Account Options Sign in. My library Help Advanced Book Search. Get print book. John Howard. University of Chicago Press , M10 10 - pages. We don't usually associate thriving queer culture with rural America, but John Howard's unparalleled history of queer life in the South persuasively debunks the myth that same-sex desires can't find expression outside the big city. In fact, this book shows that the nominally conservative institutions of small-town life—home, church, school, and workplace—were the very sites where queer sexuality flourished. As Howard recounts the life stories of the ordinary and the famous, often in their own words, he also locates the material traces of queer sexuality in the landscape: from the farmhouse to the church social, from sports facilities to roadside rest areas. Howard argues that the s, for example, were a period of vibrant queer networking in Mississippi, while during the so-called "free love" s homosexuals faced aggressive oppression.

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