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Lipstick Queen Make-up Lippenstift Jean Queen L...
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Der Jean Queen Lipstick von Lipstick Queen macht seinem Namen alle Ehre, denn mit seinem dunkelpinken Farbton ist er die perfekte Ergänzung zu einer blauen Jeanshose. Die Farbe komplementiert das beliebte Denim-Blau auf gekonnte Art und Weise und kreiert einen gelungenen Casual-Look. Da der Lippenstift eine sehr lässige Ausstrahlung, aber dennoch eine intensive Wirkung hat, passt er am besten zu einem eher dezenten Augen-Make-up, das sich auf Mascara und einen Lidstrich oder auf einen Lidschatten im Nude-Look reduziert. Ein Lippenstift mit pflegender WirkungDer Jean Queen Lipstick von Lipstick Queen hat eine hervorragende Deckkraft und fühlt sich dank der sanften und leichten Textur sehr angenehm auf den Lippen an. Gleichzeitig hat er einen pflegenden Effekt, sodass er nicht nur ein Make-up-Produkt ist, sondern auch Ihre Lippen versorgt. Gerne können Sie den Lippenstift mit einem Lip Liner oder einem Lip Gloss kombinieren und so an Ihren Look anpassen.

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Die verschlagene Lust
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Lange Zeit wurden der Masochismus und sein bekanntester Vertreter, Leopold von Sacher-Masoch, vor allem als Phänomene der Psychopathia sexualis behandelt. Die verschlagene Lust nutzt neuere Ansätze unter anderen der Queer Studies und einer mit Deleuze gewendeten Psychoanalyse, um das subversive Potenzial dieser in hohem Maß ästhetischen Perversion nachzuvollziehen und entdeckt dabei ihre durchaus zentrale Rolle für eine kritische Reflexion über die Bedingungen von Subjektivität. Ausgehend von einer solchen Reflexion, wie sie exemplarisch an der hegelschen Herr-Knecht-Dialektik entfaltet wird, und der Frage, wie sich die Lust an der Unterwerfung im modernen und postmodernen Bekenntnisdiskurs artikuliert, werden ihre Bild gestaltenden und theatralen Qualitäten ausführlich untersucht. Neben dem Ritter von Sacher-Masoch selbst liefern hierfür u. a. Sigmund Freud, Jean Paul Sartre, Jean Jacques Rousseau, Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick, Friedrich Nietzsche, Rafael Cansinos-Assens und Hermann Nitsch das Material.

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ZOEVA Lippen Lipliner Screen Queen Lip Crayon F...
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Einen unwiderstehlichen Kussmund mit sanfter Farbe zaubert der ZOEVA Screen Queen Lip Crayon. Die limitierten Lip Crayons sind Lipliner und Lippenstift in einem und sind in vier zeitlos schönen Farben erhältlich: sanftem Himbeerrot, gold-schimmerndem Rosé, glänzendem Nude-Apricot und zartem Rosenholz. Die dezenten und doch unglaublich glamourösen Farben ziehen alle Blicke auf sich, perfektionieren das Make-up und sorgen für einen perfekten Auftritt. Die Rezeptur ist zudem mit Sheabutter angereichert, die Ihre Lippen den ganzen Tag pflegt und nahezu schwerelos ist. Dank der federleichten Textur hinterlassen die Lip Crayons einen sanften Film, der den Lippen Geschmeidigkeit, Luxus und Glamour verleiht.Wie wird die ZOEVA - Screen Queen Lip Crayon angewendet?Die Lip Crayons besitzen eine praktische Lip-Pencil-Form und sind besonders einfach und doch präzise in der Anwendung. Zuerst nutzen Sie sie als Lipliner und zeichnen die Konturen Ihrer Lippen nach. Anschließend füllen Sie die Lippen mit der Farbe auf. So einfach ist es mit dieser Lipliner/Lippenstift-Kombination, das Make-up mit einem unwiderstehlichen Kussmund zu perfektionieren.

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Art After Stonewall 1969-1989
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Winner of the 2020 Award for Excellence from the Association of Art Museum Curators, Art After Stonewall explores the powerful art that emerged in the wake of the Stonewall Riots and the rise of the LGBTQ liberation movement in the U.S.Art after Stonewall reveals the impact of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender civil rights movement on the art world. Illustrated with more than 200 works, this groundbreaking volume stands as a visual history of twenty years in American queer life. It focuses on openly LGBT artists like Nan Goldin, Harmony Hammond, Lyle Ashton Harris, Greer Lankton, Glenn Ligon, Robert Mapplethorpe, Catherine Opie, and Andy Warhol, as well as the practices of such artists as Diane Arbus, Jean-Michel Basquiat, and Karen Finley in terms of their engagement with queer subcultures.The Stonewall Riots of June 1969 sparked the beginning of the struggle for gay and lesbian equality, and yet fifty years later, key artists who fomented the movement remain little known. This book tells the stories behind their works--which cut across media, mixing performance, photographs, painting, sculpture, film, and music with images taken from magazines, newspapers, and television.

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Queering Contemporary French Popular Cinema
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Queering Contemporary French Popular Cinema combines close film analysis with a small-scale qualitative investigation of audience responses to examine images of queerness in contemporary French popular cinema and their reception. Through its blending of the textual and the empirical, this book provides a unique insight into the ways in which sexuality and gender are represented on the cinema screen, as well as the spectator reactions they elicit. Since the mid-1990s, depictions of lesbians, gay men, and queer forms of sexual desire and identity have shifted to the mainstream of French cinematographic representation - as evidenced by the box-office success of a series of highly commercial comic films, including Gazon maudit (Josiane Balasko, 1995), Pédale douce (Gabriel Aghion, 1996), Le Placard (Francis Véber, 2000), and Chouchou (Merzak Allouache, 2003). Alongside this commercial strand, a series of small-budget alternative comedies and other genre films have also challenged heteronormative conceptualizations of sexuality and gender. Films such as Sitcom (François Ozon, 1998), L'Homme est une femme comme les autres (Jean-Jacques Zilbermann, 1997), Pourquoi pas moi? (Stéphane Giusti, 1999), Drôle de Félix (Olivier Ducastel and Jacques Martineau, 2000), and Les Chansons d'amour (Christophe Honoré, 2007) portray desire as fluid and/or gender as unfixed. With their use of parody and their blending of comedy with the musical, melodrama, romance or road movie, these and other similar films have resonated with a burgeoning viewing public, tired of having to seek queerness in connotation, of appropriating marginal characters in ostensibly straight narratives, and of tragedy and trauma as the principal modes of representation and spectator address.

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Writing for Freedom
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Sicilian writer Goliarda Sapienza (1924-1996) is increasingly regarded as a central figure in modern Italian literature, especially with the international success of her masterpiece L'arte della gioia [The Art of Joy]. This book offers an in-depth analysis of Sapienza's major works, identifying their main themes and central poetics, and establishing her originality and significance within the context of twentieth-century Italian literature.The study follows Sapienza's autofictional journey from the painful reconstruction of the self in Lettera aperta [Open Letter] and Il filo di mezzogiorno [Midday Thread], to Modesta's rebellious adventure in L'arte della gioia, to the playful portrayal of childhood in Io, Jean Gabin [I, Jean Gabin] and, finally, to the representation of prison life and queer desire in L'università di Rebibbia [Rebibbia University] and Le certezze del dubbio [The Certainties of Doubt]. Themes of freedom, the body, nonconformist gender identities and sexuality, autobiography and political commitment are explored in connection to a variety of philosophical discourses, including Marxism, feminism, psychoanalysis and queer theory. From a position of marginality and eccentricity, Sapienza gives voice to a radical aspiration to achieve freedom and social transformation, in which writing and literary communication are conferred a fundamental role.This book was the winner of the 2015 Peter Lang Young Scholars Competition in Women's Studies.

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Sexuality, Iconography, and Fiction in French
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This book explores the modern cultural history of the queer martyr in France and Belgium. By analyzing how popular writers in French responded to Catholic doctrine and the tradition of St. Sebastian in art, Queering the Martyr shows how religious and secular symbols overlapped to produce not one, but two martyr-types. These are the queer type, typified first by Gustave Flaubert, which is a philosophical foil, and the gay type, popularized by Jean Genet but created by the Belgian Georges Eekhoud, which is a political and pornographic device. Grounded in feminist queer theory and working from a post-psychoanalytical point of view, the argument explores the potential and limits of these two figures, noting especially the persistence of misogyny in religious culture.

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Sexuality, Iconography, and Fiction in French
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This book explores the modern cultural history of the queer martyr in France and Belgium. By analyzing how popular writers in French responded to Catholic doctrine and the tradition of St. Sebastian in art, Queering the Martyr shows how religious and secular symbols overlapped to produce not one, but two martyr-types. These are the queer type, typified first by Gustave Flaubert, which is a philosophical foil, and the gay type, popularized by Jean Genet but created by the Belgian Georges Eekhoud, which is a political and pornographic device. Grounded in feminist queer theory and working from a post-psychoanalytical point of view, the argument explores the potential and limits of these two figures, noting especially the persistence of misogyny in religious culture.

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Rainbow Revolutionaries
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A Junior Library Guild SelectionThis groundbreaking, pop-culture-infused LGBTQ+ illustrated biography collection takes readers on an eye-opening journey through the lives of fifty influential queer figures who have made a mark on every century of human existence.Rainbow Revolutionaries brings to life the vibrant histories of fifty pioneering LGBTQ+ people from around the world. Through Sarah Prager's (Queer, There, and Everywhere) short, engaging bios, and Sarah Papworth's bold, dynamic art, readers can delve into the lives of Wen of Han, a Chinese emperor who loved his boyfriend as much as his people, Martine Rothblatt, a trans woman who's helping engineer the robots of tomorrow, and so many more!This book is a celebration of the many ways these heroes have made a difference and will inspire young readers to make a difference, too. Featuring an introduction, map, timeline, and glossary, this must-have biography collection is the perfect read during Pride month and all year round.Biographies include:Adam Rippon, Alan L. Hart, Alan Turing, Albert Cashier, Alberto Santos-Dumont, Alexander the Great, Al-Hakam II, Alvin Ailey, Bayard Rustin, Benjamin Banneker, Billie Jean King, Chevalière d'Éon, Christina of Sweden, Christine Jorgensen, Cleve Jones, Ellen DeGeneres, Francisco Manicongo, Frida Kahlo, Frieda Belinfante, Georgina Beyer, Gilbert Baker, Glenn Burke, Greta Garbo, Harvey Milk, James Baldwin, Jóhanna Sigurðardóttir, José Sarria, Josephine Baker, Juana Inés de la Cruz, Julie d'Aubigny, Lili Elbe, Ma Rainey, Magnus Hirschfeld, Manvendra Singh Gohil, Marsha P. Johnson, Martine Rothblatt, Maryam Khatoon Molkara, Natalie Clifford Barney, Navtej Johar, Nzinga, Pauli Murray, Renée Richards, Rudolf Nureyev, Sally Ride, Simon Nkoli, Stormé DeLarverie, Sylvia Rivera, Tshepo Ricki Kgositau, Wen of Han, We'wha

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Paris and the Marginalized Author
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This volume of essays explores what it is that has brought marginalized and often exiled writers, seen as treacherous, alienated, and/or queer by their societies and nations together by way of Paris. Spanning from the inter-war period of the late 1920s to the present millennium, this volume considers many seminal questions that have influenced and continue to shape the realm of exiled writers who have sought refuge in Paris in order to write. Additionally, the volume's essays seek to define alienation and marginalization as not solely subscribing to any single denominator -- sexual preference, gender, or nationality-- but rather as shared modes of being that allow authors to explore what it is to write from abroad in a place that is foreign yet freed of the constrictions of one's home space. What makes Paris a particularly fruitful space that has allowed these authors and their writings to cross national, ethnic, racial, religious, and linguistic boundaries for over a century? What is it that brings together writers such as Moroccan Abdellah Taïa, Americans James Baldwin, Richard Wright and, most recently, Ta-Nehisi Coates and Shay Youngblood, Algerian Nabile Farès, Franco-Algerian Leila Sebbar, Canadian Nancy Huston, French Jean Genet and French-Vietnamese Linda Lè? How do their representations and understanding of transgression and marginalization transcend national, linguistic and ethnic boundaries, leading ultimately to revolution, both literary and literal? How does their writing help us to trace the history of Paris as a literary and artistic capital that has been useful for authors' exploration of the Self, race and home country? These are but a few of the many questions explored in this volume. This book relies on an inherently intersectional approach, which is not based in reified identities, whether they be LGBT, postcolonial, ethnic, national, or linguistic. Instead, we posit that, for example, queer theory, and a 'politics of difference'i can help us investigate the dynamics of these multiple identity positions, and hence provide a broader understanding of the lived experiences of these writers, and, perhaps, their readers from the early 1940s to the present.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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Paris and the Marginalized Author
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This volume of essays explores what it is that has brought marginalized and often exiled writers, seen as treacherous, alienated, and/or queer by their societies and nations together by way of Paris. Spanning from the inter-war period of the late 1920s to the present millennium, this volume considers many seminal questions that have influenced and continue to shape the realm of exiled writers who have sought refuge in Paris in order to write. Additionally, the volume's essays seek to define alienation and marginalization as not solely subscribing to any single denominator -- sexual preference, gender, or nationality-- but rather as shared modes of being that allow authors to explore what it is to write from abroad in a place that is foreign yet freed of the constrictions of one's home space. What makes Paris a particularly fruitful space that has allowed these authors and their writings to cross national, ethnic, racial, religious, and linguistic boundaries for over a century? What is it that brings together writers such as Moroccan Abdellah Taïa, Americans James Baldwin, Richard Wright and, most recently, Ta-Nehisi Coates and Shay Youngblood, Algerian Nabile Farès, Franco-Algerian Leila Sebbar, Canadian Nancy Huston, French Jean Genet and French-Vietnamese Linda Lê? How do their representations and understanding of transgression and marginalization transcend national, linguistic and ethnic boundaries, leading ultimately to revolution, both literary and literal? How does their writing help us to trace the history of Paris as a literary and artistic capital that has been useful for authors' exploration of the Self, race and home country? These are but a few of the many questions explored in this volume. This book relies on an inherently intersectional approach, which is not based in reified identities, whether they be LGBT, postcolonial, ethnic, national, or linguistic. Instead, we posit that, for example, queer theory, and a 'politics of difference'i can help us investigate the dynamics of these multiple identity positions, and hence provide a broader understanding of the lived experiences of these writers, and, perhaps, their readers from the early 1940s to the present.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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