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A holistic knowing of abortion from a feminist standpoint, together with the background of its perform and kingdom rules to include it; the social, financial, and cultural stipulations lower than which girls put it to use; and the criminal, ethical, and political battles that encompass it.
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26 Heather Lee Branstetter What Now? “ ‘Let me give you some counsel, bastard,’ [Tyrion] Lannister said. ‘Never forget what you are, for surely the world will not. Make it your strength. Then it can never be your weakness. R. Martin, A Game of Thrones (57) Venturing outside traditionally sanctioned spheres and media requires researchers to adopt experimentally unique approaches to rhetorical research. It also requires a willingness to develop better vocabularies and share a wider range of narratives about how rhetoricians actually go about conducting research.
Reassembling Discourses: Normativity as “Common Enemy” Resisting a “single-issue” model of social change, the UndocuQueer project powerfully draws connections between the affective rhetorics of queer and migrant activist struggles. In their statements accompanying their images, participants often draw on LGBTQ rhetorics of “resisting normativity” to explain their experiences as both queer and undocumented. Although some of the individual images could be read as arguing for a simple equivalence of LGBTQ and undocumented struggles, the broader assemblage of the project reveals a much more nuanced approach to highlighting the affinities and differences in the discourses of LGBTQ and migrant activism.
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