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By the beginning of the 1970s Italy followed the United States, England, France, and Germany in creating a political movement geared towards liberating society from its rigid conceptions of gender and sexuality. This movement of gay liberation took many forms: from protests, to the printing and publication of non-fiction essays and literary fiction, to the adoption of feminist consciousness-raising practices. This talk will consider one of the enduring innovations and least discussed aspects of the Italian gay liberation movement's cultural production, theatre, and the movement's performative approach to the question of gay politics through theatrical means.

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