Margaret Robinson’s “Two-Spirited Sexuality and White Universality”

This week on the Queer Ontario Think Tank, we have Margaret Robinson’s “Two-Spirited Sexuality and White Universality,” an essay that frames two-spirited identity not as a First Nations term for LGBTQ, but rather as a series of distinct sexual systems that challenge the universal truth claims of White sexual identity systems. It was originally published in the Journal of Postcolonial Networks, at http://postcolonialnetworks.com/2012/06/02/two-spirited.

Margaret Robinson holds a PhD in theology from the University of St. Michael’s College and is a researcher with the Re:searching for LGBTQ Health team at the Centre for Addiction and Mental health in Toronto. She is a General Editor with the Journal of Postcolonial Networks

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