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Drawing on an international range of examples, from Che Guevarra to "The Crying Game," Profit and Pleasure leads the discussion of sexuality to a consideration of material reality and the substance of men and women's everyday lives.
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intervene into the conditions of their lives (Frigga Haug, author of Female Sexualization and Beyond Female Masochism)
with postmodern queer theory and politics with incisive criticisms of Althusser, Williams, Butler and De Lauretis. Unlike some books which do not connect to practice, she sketches a radical collective politics that provides a plausible alternative to the theories she critiques (Ann
Ferguson, University of Massachusetts)
author of Radical Representations: Politics and Form in U.S. Proletarian Fiction, 1929-1941)
Pleasure a necessary tool in rethinking the intimacies between capitalism and sex (Robyn Wiegman, Director, Women's Studies, University of California, Irvine)