Queer Existence under Global Governance: A Taiwan Exemplar

  • Ho J
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Abstract

The article discusses how the politics of sexual stigma and shame that oppressed gays and lesbians has shifted its field of operation to the realm of law. It mentions that the shift to legal codification has facilitated the populist government's effort to consolidate its legitimacy and has expanded Taiwan's global governance where it hopes to have a promising future at the expense of civil liberties for marginalized sexualities. It mentions the need by Taiwanese queers to struggle against the shifting of alliances and developing global governance.

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  • J. C.-j. Ho

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