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About the Author
R. Raj Rao is a writer, poet, and teacher of literature and ‘one of India’s leading gay-rights activists’. His 2003 novel, The Boyfriend, is one of the first gay novels to come from India. Rao was one of the first recipients of the newly established Quebec India awards. R. Raj Rao is the author of almost a dozen books of poetry, fiction, plays, biography, and criticism. His book, Whistling in the Dark: Twenty-one Queer Interviews, co-edited with Dibyajyoti Sarama, was published by SAGE in 2009. He is former Professor and Head of the Department of English at the Savitribai Phule Pune University.
Table of Contents
PrefaceAcknowledgmentsIntroduction by Thomas WaughI: Sex, Sexuality, Gender, and CultureII: IdentitiesIII: NormativitiesIV: HomosocialityV: HomophobiaVI: LesbianismVII: PerversionVIII: HistoriographyIX: The Politics of Section 377, IPCBibliographyIndex