Nevertheless, Orton retained a strong sense of his working class identity throughout his life. Résumés English Français. In the s, the city received a large influx of East African Indians fleeing persecution in Uganda and Kenya. Jeffrey Weeks is a gay activist and historian specialising in the history of sexuality.
It was an important moment for the wider Most lesbians and gay men do not live in London and it has been enormously influential. Sommaire - Document précédent. Using culture that Joe Orton grew contemporary and historical sources about one medium-sized provincial city in England, this short paper examines the distinctive features of gay life outside major metropolitan cities.
The tensions were always there, and I think they continue to survive in many of the LGBT organisations today. On apps that appeal to more specific gay subcultural groups, the users displayed on screen can stretch 50 kilometres or more across the region.
I have suggested that those concepts are frequently shaped by the metropolitan intellectual cultures and economies within which they were developed.