"Geisha of a Different Kind bravely engages with the struggles and triumphs of Asian American gay men as they inhabit American society and its gay mainstream.A lucid study with an unflinching focus on the daily contingencies of these men's lives, this book is an important contribution to the scholarly understanding of contemporary U.S. sex/gender systems and their fraught links to racial formations."
—Martin F. Manalansan IV, author of Global Divas: Filipino Gay Men in the Diaspora
“The sharp analysis in this book offers a way to see the deeply penetrating influence of race while offering expansive models for living in (LGBTQI) America.”
—American Journal of Sociology
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