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Cinema of Ambiguity: Transgender Imagery in the 1990s — Transgender Forum

Kristy Leigh takes a scholarly look at three of the films in the 1990s that presented transgender characters as not just freakish beings who defied gender norms but began to move toward more diversity for transgender characters. The films she discusses are “Paris is Burning”, “The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert”, and “The Crying Game”. There are footnotes.

via Cinema of Ambiguity: Transgender Imagery in the 1990s — Transgender Forum

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