Paper Title

It’s Just a Phase: An Examination of Common Stereotypes of Queer Women in American Society

Location

Room 221, DiGiorgio Campus Center (DiGs)

Start Date

April 2016

End Date

April 2016

Keywords

Queer, Homosexuality, Misogyny, American, Stereotypes, Gender Roles, Equal Rights, Contemporary

Abstract

This paper is an examination of the culture surrounding queer women in contemporary American society including stereotypes, prejudice, and equal rights. In addition, this examination utilizes viewpoints from several cultural groups in America in order to shed light on the unspoken discrimination toward gay women in our modern society.

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It’s Just a Phase: An Examination of Common Stereotypes of Queer Women in American Society

Room 221, DiGiorgio Campus Center (DiGs)

This paper is an examination of the culture surrounding queer women in contemporary American society including stereotypes, prejudice, and equal rights. In addition, this examination utilizes viewpoints from several cultural groups in America in order to shed light on the unspoken discrimination toward gay women in our modern society.