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Twenty Five Years of Sex and Drag, Diane Torr @ Stanford

May 10, 2012 - 4:15pm
Serra House. 589 Capistrano Way Stanford, CA 94305-8640

Diane Torr @ Stanford University“Twenty Five Years of Sex and Drag” by Diane TorrMay 10th, 4:15 p.m., Serra House, 589 Capistrano Wayand don't miss: "Venus Boyz" Film Screening, Q&AMay 9th, 6;30pm, LGBT-CRC artist Diane Torr has been experimenting with the performance of gender for thirty years—exploring everything from feminist go-go dancing to masculine power play. One of the key pioneers of “drag king” performance, Torr has been celebrated internationally for her gender transformation workshops, in which she has taught hundreds of ordinary women how to pass as men on city streets around the world. This cultural subterfuge appeals to participants for many different reasons: personal confidence-building, sexual frisson, gender subversion, trans-curiosity, or simply the appeal of disguise and role play. Sponsored by Stanford’s Program in Feminist Studies, The Clayman Institute for Gender Research, Queer Awareness Days (QuAD), The LGBT-CRC, and The Program in Writing and Rhetoric.NEW BOOK, Sex, Drag, and Male Roles: Investigating Gender as Performance, AVAILABLE FOR SALE!!!

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Program in Writing and Rhetoric, Clayman Institute for Gender Research, Queer Student Resources, Feminist, Gender, and Sexuality Studies, Queer Awareness Days at Stanford (QuAD)
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