In Schlossplatz³, Issue 10: Identity (Crisis).
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Queerness is always in tension with identification and recognition, that is, queer politics oftentimes play out along an axis of recognition, responding to desires to be recognized or identified in particular ways. There is a confusion with queer today, in the places it resides between queer ways of living and queer theory, between its homonormative co-optation and its more radical contingents. It is easy enough to suggest that today there are different types of queerness that resist—or engage recognition and acts of being-recognised—in various approaches and styles.