If you had to make a rough summary of the latest issue of Aperture, you could say that it is devoted to the representation of LGBT in the history of photography. However, the word “Queer,” its title and theme, also means “strange” and “unusual,” and the term can be used to insult gays, lesbians and transsexuals.
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