My Little (Homo)Nationalist Pony: a Critique of Zoophilia


This essay won the 2013 Stanford University's Michelle Zimbalist Rosaldo Prize for undergraduate work. It provides a theoretical framework on zoophilia and post-humanist thinking in relationship to racism and neo-colonialism.


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Date created May 2013


Author Vaid-Menon, Alok


Subject queer theory
Subject queer studies
Subject zoophilia
Subject neocolonialism
Subject queer activism
Subject ecofeminism
Subject sexual identity
Subject sexual violence
Subject dehumanization of racialized sexualities
Subject human-animal relationships
Subject bestiality
Subject non-human animal erotica
Subject Stanford University Feminist Gender and Sexuality Studies
Genre Thesis

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Undergraduate Theses, Program in Feminist, Gender, and Sexuality Studies, Stanford University.

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