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Gay propaganda : liefdesverhalen uit Rusland

Masha Gessen (compiler), Joseph Huff-Hanon (compiler)
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Gay propaganda : liefdesverhalen uit Rusland

De Russische president Vladimir Poetin tekende in juni 2013 een wetsvoorstel dat elke propaganda van de zogenoemde niet-traditionele relaties verbiedt. In de maanden die volgden nam het geweld tegen homoseksuelen en transgenders door heel Rusland extreme vormen aan. De homofobe overheidscampagne gaat echter onverminderd door.

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Title
Gay propaganda : liefdesverhalen uit Rusland / samengesteld en ingeleid door Masha Gessen en Joseph Huff-Hannon
Compiler
Masha Gessen Joseph Huff-Hanon
Language
Dutch
Original language
English
Original title
Gay propaganda : Russian love stories
Edition
1
Publisher
Amsterdam: Lebowski, 2014
160 p.
ISBN
9789048820306 (paperback)
Placing suggestion
328.5 (SISO) Sociale groepen ; Holebi's - Transgenders (ZIZO)

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About Masha Gessen

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Maria Alexandrovna Gessen (Russian: Мария Александровна Гессен, IPA: [maˈrʲijə ɐlʲɪkˈsandrəvnəˈɡʲesən]; born 13 January 1967), known as Masha Gessen, is a Russian-American journalist, author, translator and activist who has been an outspoken critic of the President of Russia, Vladimir Putin, and the President of the United States, Donald Trump.

Gessen is nonbinary and trans and uses they/them pronouns. Gessen has written extensively on LGBT rights. Described as "Russia's leading LGBT rights activist," they have said that for many years they were "probably the only publicly out gay person in the whole country." They now live in New York with their wife and children.

Gessen writes primarily in English but also in their native Russian. In addition to being the author of several non-…Read more on Wikipedia