04/11/2011 | Writer: Kaos GL
The third Anti-Homophobia Book is published with the title Rainbow Against Heterosexism’.
The third Anti-Homophobia Book is published with the title ‘Rainbow Against Heterosexism’.
Anti-Homophobia Book is edited as a publication of International Anti-Homophobia Meeting organized by Kaos GL Association.
The articles in the third Anti-Homophobia Book are compiled from the selected notices and debates from the Meeting and essays sent for the Book.
The Third Anti-Homophobia Book consists of the following sections:
‘Sexual Rights’, ‘Constitutional Equality’, ‘Social Policy’, ‘Family’, ‘Social Work’, ‘Hate Crimes as Intensity of Discrimination’, Homophobia and Transphobia from ‘Illness’ to Ideology’, ‘Conservatism and Heterosexism’, ‘Cinema’, ‘Space’, ‘Media’, ‘Queer Academy’, ‘Looking at the Field: Sexual Identities’, ‘Anti-Militarism’ and ‘ Rainbow Against Heterosexism’.
What is in the book?
The book that is titled ‘Rainbow Against Heterosexism’ consists of 15 chapters. The names and the titles in the book are as follows:
Ali EROL, Rainbow Against Homophobia and Transphobia
Anti-Homophobics and Anti-Transphobics face each other for Regional Network.
Tuğrul ERBAYDAR, Sexual Rights
Sexual Rights: An IPPF Declaration
Umut ALTUNÖZ, How should doctors respond to parents’ questions on LGBT?
Elifhan KÖSE, Medicine, Sexuality and ‘Political Body’
Ayşen CANDAŞ, Colliding Dimensions of Identity Politics, Obligation of Doing Constitutional Politics Between Conditions and Results of Freedom.
Why Should LGBT Movement Care About Social Policy? What Can They Demand?
Burcu BABA, Gender of Nationality: Opponent Sexualities and Parenthood in Turkey
Sedat YAĞCIOĞLU, Where do Social Work Education and Heterosexism intersect?
HATE CRIMES AS INTENSITY OF DISCRIMINATION
Melek GÖREGENLİ & Pelin KARAKUŞ, Heterosexist Discriminatory Attitude and Practices that LGBT Individuals in Turkey are exposed in their daily lives.
Özlem ÇOLAK, The Most Violent Form of Discrimination: Hate Crimes
Sumru ATUK, The Assailant Normality
HOMOPHOBIA and TRANSPHOBIA from ILLNESS TO IDEOLOGY
Umut ŞAH, ‘Homosexuality is Illness (and moreover) Perversion’, An Essay on ‘Critical Discourse Analysis’
Berk Efe ALTINAL, Homo’phobia’ and Psychologisatiori
Gökçen B. DİNÇ, Islam and Homophobia: A Historical Perspective
Koray YILMAZ-GÜNAY & Salih WOLTER, Anti-Homophobic Statements of Muslim Organizations in Germany
CONSERVATISM and HETEROSEXISM
Melek GÖREGENLİ, Conservatism as the Ideology of Legitimization and Maintaining of the System
Devrim SEZER, The Dilemma of ‘Conservative Democrats’: Human (LGBT) Rights in the Pincer of Social Prejudices
Nilgün TOKER KILINÇ, ’You Either Be Like I Want You To Be or The Society Will Put You In Order’
Simten COŞAR, ”To stipulate “’Do not harm’ Turkish Family Structure’, is Eventually Inviting LGBT to be Heterosexual’
Zehra F. KABASAKAL ARAT,’All Is My Citizen On The Condition Of Being Heterosexual!’
Zeynep GAMBETTİ, ‘Conservatism is Discriminatory and Does Not Take Offense At This’
Aksu BORA, Zozan ÖZGÖKÇE, Nihal AHİOĞLU-LİNDBERG, Barış KILIÇBAY, ‘Family Values To Be Protected For Whom?
Yusuf ERADAM, Paradise Space Panopticon: LGBT Memory Patterns, Cliches in World Cinema & The Tucker-Bag of Homophobia
Atalay GÖÇER, Space and Sexuality
İdil Engindeniz ŞAHAN, The Relationship Between The Gay Movement and Media From 80s to Present
Şahin AÇIKGÖZ & Ece SALTAN, Toward Queer Studies In University: Gender Mainstreaming and Queer Studies Certificate Programme
WHILE LOOKING AT THE FIELD: SEXUAL IDENTITIES
Pınar ÖZTÜRK & Yeliz KINDAP, Investigation of Internalized Homophobia, Self-Esteem and Level of Loneliness Among Lesbians and Bisexual Women
Evrim ERSAN, The Role of Violence in Building the Sexual Identity, In The Context Of Biographic Fiction Of A Transgender Sex Worker: Biography as Battlefield
Yılmaz GELDİ & Ferhat YOLCU, The Generational Alterations of Attitudes and Behaviors Towards Homosexuals in Eskişehir
Kürşad KIZILTUĞ, Clarifying Concepts: Anti-Militarism and Anti-War Movement
Çiğdem AKGÜL, The Global Tool of Militarism: ‘Professional Military’
Yeliz KIZILARSLAN, The Gender Limits That Are Blurred In Building Nationalist-Militarist Virility: Militarism and Feminist Critics In The Formation of Transvestite Identity
RAINBOW AGAINST HETEROSEXISM
Merve YILMAZBİLEK, Let The Masked Ball End and Rainbow Show Its Colours
Medina KARADAĞ, Is It Possible To Be A Self?
Seda KUNDAKÇI, Heterosexism Critique in Murathan Mungan’s ‘Forty Rooms With Three Mirrors’
Elçin KURBANOĞLU, The History of The LGBTT Movement In Turkey
Levent ŞENTÜRK, Heterosexuality and Heteronormativism
Jamie HECKERT, To Conserve The Boundaries: Identity and Politics
THE REGIONAL NETWORK AGAINST HOMOPHOBIA- The LGBT Network Of Middle-East, Caucasian And Balkan Countries
How to obtain this book?
The Content of Anti-Homophobia Book which will be distributed honorary can be used freely with the aim of making human rights become widespread. The book can be obtained from Kaos Culture Center.
The electronic version of the first Anti-Homophobia Book which is out of print, can be downloaded from the following:
The second Anti-Homophobia Book which is titled ‘Homophobia Is Whose Issue? ‘is about to be out of print.