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"Gay Sex and the Post-Industrial City:" A Lecture by Gayle Rubin

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Lecture: "Gay Sex and the Post-Industrial City: Leathermen and San Francisco's South of Market."

The Humanities Center and Gender, Sexuality & Women's Studies welcomes Gayle Rubin to the University of Pittsburgh. Join us for a free lecture that is open to the public. Refreshments to follow the lecture.

Gayle Rubin is an associate professor of Anthropology and Women's Studies at the Uniersity of Michigan. For over three decades her essays have been mandatory reaadings for entire cohorts of students of gender and sexuality, making her one of the most influential scholars in feminist theory, gay and lesbian studies, and queer studies. A feminist and sex activist, she has also been a prominent advocate for a sex-positive feminism, for the civil rights of sexual minorities, and a defender of sexual diversity. In 2011, she published Deviations, a collection of her most important essays.

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