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The impetus for this chapter was the realization that in the national elections of June 2010, white gay men voted overwhelmingly for the Party for Freedom (pvv), the party of Islamophobe and xenophobe Geert Wilders. Starting with a comparative analysis of the two major social movements of the latter half of the twentieth century, the women’s and the gay movement, the chapter concludes that the latter movement was never concerned with race, but managed to occupy positions of power. Moving on to governmental gay policy, the chapter establishes that it recognizes, privileges, embraces, and defends only one kind, that is,...

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