God's beauty parlor : and other queer spaces in and around the Bible
God's Beauty Parlor opens the Bible to the contested body of critical commentary on sex and sexuality known as queer theory and to masculinity studies. The author pursues the themes of homoeroticism, masculinity, beauty, and violence through such texts as the Song of Songs, the Gospels, the Letter to the Romans, and the Book of Revelation.
Print Book, English, c2001
Stanford university press, Stanford (Calif.), c2001