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Global HomophobiaStates, Movements, and the Politics of Oppression$
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Meredith L. Weiss and Michael J. Bosia

Print publication date: 2013

Print ISBN-13: 9780252037726

Published to Illinois Scholarship Online: April 2017

DOI: 10.5406/illinois/9780252037726.001.0001

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Prejudice before Pride

Prejudice before Pride

Rise of an Anticipatory Countermovement

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(p.149) 7 Prejudice before Pride
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Global Homophobia
Author(s):

Meredith L. Weiss

Publisher:
University of Illinois Press
DOI:10.5406/illinois/9780252037726.003.0007

This chapter presents evidence for the so-called homophobic anticipatory countermovement, with reference primarily to Southeast Asian cases—particularly Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, and the Philippines—and considers the roots and implications of such a sequence. These cases are chosen for their proximity, which is useful for evaluating the extent of global and regional discursive circuits, but also for their diversity. Indonesia and Malaysia are both Muslim-majority states, but Indonesia today is far more democratic than Malaysia; the Philippines is a Catholic-majority democracy; while Singapore is a single-party-dominant state with important Muslim and evangelical Christian minorities. While all but prosperous Singapore are developing states, all are highly exposed to global trade, media, and other circuits. Moreover, all four states offer recent examples of high-profile homophobia, all with roots in Christian or Islamist discourse.

Keywords:   homophobic, anticipatory countermovement, Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Philippines, Muslim-majority states, Catholic-majority democracy, single-party state, global trade, homophobia

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