The Politics of Sexuality

John O'Loughlin

The Politics of Sexuality
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The Politics of Sexuality

John O'Loughlin

As a six-chapter novella with first-person narrative and a loosely autobiographical tendency this text explores the concept of sexual politics, or the notion that every mode of politics has a sexual corollary. Although such an idea was by no means new to John O'Loughlin’s work at the time (1984), it hadn’t been explored to anything like the same extent by him before, and it is a theme to which he has since returned quite frequently, always seeking to logically or structurally improve upon his initial theories, which he has learnt, through experience, to regard as being more of a springboard to better things than a definitive statement, even if such a springboard is not, as in this case, without literary merit.

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