Any Other Way: How Toronto Got Queer

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Stephanie Chambers, Jane Farrow, Maureen Fitzgerald, Ed Jackson, John Lorinc, Tim McCaskell, Rebecca Sheffield, Tatum Taylor, Rahim Thawer
Coach House Books, May 22, 2017 - Social Science - 280 pages
Toronto is home to multiple and thriving queer communities that reflect the intense diversity of the city itself, and Any Other Way is an eclectic history of how these groups have transformed Toronto since the 1960s. From pioneering activists to show-stopping parades, Any Other Way looks at how queer communities have gone from existing in the shadows to shaping our streets.

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Under a Queer Blue Sky Sly Sarkisova
Geographies of Gay Sex in the Digital Age Mathew Gagné
From Banns to doma John Lorinc
Some Milestones Rachel Epstein
Building the Unity Mosque ElFarouk Khaki
The Encounter of a Brown Trini Carib lezlie Lee
Pride Is Hot and Red and Political Rachel Epstein
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Any Other Way is edited by Stephanie Chambers, Jane Farrow, Maureen FitzGerald, Ed Jackson, John Lorinc, Tim McCaskell, Rebecka Sheffield, Tatum Taylor and Rahim Thawer.

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