Recently released, ‘Gears for Queers’ is an autobiographical account of a queer couple cycling through a brexit-looming Europe. Abi (she/her) and Lili (they/them) present a rich discussion not only on matters of mobility and gender, but mental health, disability and ecology. It is an interesting novel, as well as an ethnological essay on how mobility and gender are interlinked. The authors’ struggle with their ‘cycling’ identity is an intersectional commentary on access and belonging, on male entitlement and security. You can find the link here.
Gears for queers – an intersectional cycling experience
Gears for queers - an intersectional cycling experience
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