The book should appeal to a wide audience, from undergraduates to academicians, thanks to Walters' engaging writing, frame-shifting critiques, and plentiful popular culture references. We can all benefit from thinking outside the box of tolerance and into a free-ranging exploration of the possibilities for a society that enriches and celebrates everyone. Reviews "Finally, a writer and critical thinker has treated queerness with true insight, and proper respect for its complexities and contradictions. Previous test experience correlated most strongly with intention to be tested. This book sparks a desperately needed conversation.
From Glee to gay marriage, from lesbian senators to out gay Marines, we have undoubtedly experienced a seismic shift in attitudes about gays in American politics and culture.
The Tolerance Trap
For gays and straights alike, it challenges us to be more our quirky, original, sexual gorgeous selves and to settle for nothing less than radical love and freedom. After all, we tolerate unpleasant realities: Mere 'tolerance' falls short of full inclusion in society, she argues: Part of the Intersections series. Although we may have won the battles for gay marriage and military service, these victories have done much less to advance the cause of authentic equality than advertised. Previous test experience correlated most strongly with intention to be tested.
Factor analysis was used to group reasons for not being tested and logistic and multiple linear regression were used to model the dependent variables. Her scope includes but is not limited to films, television shows, social media campaigns, popular music, religious and scientific discourse, and personal narratives. Walters brings her formidable brain, disarming humor, and sharp tongue to bear on the question of why it just sucks to be tolerated. Celebrity in Contemporary America "Walters has a wicked sense of humor, and in The Tolerance Trap she wields it to argue against tolerance. Each vendor has its own pricing and delivery policies.