Social and political realities of sexual minorities in Russia: LGBT, queer and third-wave feminism. (Review)

Yakimova E.V.


The review is devoted to sexual minorities’ social and ideological issues in the Russian and global political contexts; it analyses theoretical aspects and contemporary practices of various trends in modern feminism, along with discussions related to the social initiatives of LGBT people, as well as moral and normative assessments of LGBT people in Russian society; it also considers societal ideas on intimacy as an indicator of generational conflict.


sexual minorities; LGBT; queer theory; third-wave feminism; neo-abolitionism; homosexuality; aesthetics of the Third Reich; autoethnography; older people; intimate experience; hate crimes; law; M. Foucault.

DOI: 10.31249/rsoc/2020.04.02

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