Some of the best, most robust discussions we had in the course was around the wo

Some of the best, most robust discussions we had in the course was around the word “queer” and its implications. I have been saving Rhaina Cohen’s “What if Friendship, not Marriage, was at the Center of Life?” for the final examination as it’s a good example of queering marriage, I think.
Read Cohen’s piece in its entirety. In an essay, do the following: (a) discuss queerness beyond identity (helpful questions, maybe: what are principles of queer theory? what does it mean to queer a social institution, an idea or an experience?) using the “Queer” Keywords entry and Cohen’s “Punks, Bulldaggers and Welfare Queens”; (b) discuss how Cohen’s piece illustrates queering marriage; and, (c) discuss your thoughts on this!
Link to article below
https://www.theatlantic.com/family/archive/2020/10/people-who-prioritize-friendship-over-romance/616779/

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