It's easy to talk about queer literature - or LGBT literature, or gay literature, or QUILTBAG literature, or whatever your preferred term is - and assume that all that means is that the stories feature LGBT characters. But is there something deeper that makes a story truly queer in a way that is more than just window dressing?
What do you think? What makes a story truly 'queer'? Comment here, or on our facebook page, or tweet us @lethepress and let us know.
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