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"Tell your god to change you, tell your god to like me": homoerotismo y erotismo queer en los relatos cortos "Grace" (Chinelo Okparanta), "God's children are little broken things" (Arinze Ifeakandu) y "My full form" (Chukkie J. Domadi)

 

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Author: Serón Navas, Ariadna
Date: 2018
Published in: Investigación y género. Reflexiones desde la investigación para avanzar en igualdad : VII Congreso Universitario Internacional Investigación y Género (2018), p 772-786
ISBN/ISSN: 978-84-948975-3-5
Document type: Presentation
Abstract: Ser hombre o mujer homosexual no es tarea fácil ni permitida en África. Actualmente, las relaciones homosexuales y entre personas transgénero están prohibidas en una sociedad hetero-sexista que defiende la heteronorma y desprecia aquellas manifest...
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Being homosexual in Africa is not an easy or allowed thing. Currently, same-sex and between transgender individuals relationships are not legal in a heterosexist society that defends the heteronorm and despises those queer identities and manifestations that transgress normative notions of love, gender and sexual orientation. A number of artists belonging to new generations of Africans have (re)started to mirror and dissect these realities in different fields such as literature, cinema or photography. This paper aims to tackle this question through the short stories written by the Nigerian authors: Chinelo Okparanta and her short story "Grace" (2013), Arinze Ifeakandu with his short story "God's Children Are Little Broken Things" (2013) and Chukkie J. Domadi with his/her "My Full Form". These narratives try to make the diversity of identitary and sexual options visible, to empower and provide a licit space for those individuals rejected by their sexual orientation.
Cite: Serón Navas, A. (2018). "Tell your god to change you, tell your god to like me": homoerotismo y erotismo queer en los relatos cortos "Grace" (Chinelo Okparanta), "God's children are little broken things" (Arinze Ifeakandu) y "My full form" (Chukkie J. Domadi). En Investigación y género. Reflexiones desde la investigación para avanzar en igualdad : VII Congreso Universitario Internacional Investigación y Género (772-786), Sevilla: SIEMUS (Seminario Interdisciplinar de Estudios de las Mujeres de la Universidad de Sevilla).
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