As I have argued previously, for as long as homonormativity is theorised as something uniform and universal, scholars risk overlooking the specific geographies of the social, political, and economic relations that shape gay lives.
But at some point, things took a very uncomfortable turn. I actually wonder if, in many ways, their impacts might actually have been greater in provincial cities?
Theorizations that see expressions of neoliberalism and homonormativity everywhere, in everything, foreshadow other experiences, economic practices, and social relationships. For geographers of sexualities, the spatialities of homonormativity — where and how it is manifested in and across cities, suburbs and regions — is of particular interest 9.
From the border between the rich Auvergne and Limousin traditions, this is central French music with a few touches of wider European influence.