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I think what unifies LGBTQ people — or whatever people want to call themselves, [like] queer people — is a recognition that we are all in a sense created as outsidersas different by the dominant sexual order and structures, the dominant gender order.
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The fluidity of relational forms is also reflected in the fluidity of sexual identities described by men in this study, as described earlier in the findings section. After initial recruitment efforts in San Francisco yielded several gay-identified men who had sex with men and women, we added an exclusion criterion of self-identification as gay, to ensure that the specific local terrain of sexuality in San Francisco did not generate a primarily gay-identified sample.
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