Index
abortion rights, 156, 238n18
active/passive binary in Latin Ameri-
can homosexualities, 20, 34–35, 72
activism in sexual politics, xi–xii, 8–9,
22, 204–17; in Brazil’s legislative field,
115–45; in electoral politics, 87–112;
historical contexts of, 27–57; inter-
mediary roles in, 118; in the leftist
arena, 61–86; in Mexico’s legislative
field, 116–17, 146–77; by nongovern-
mental organizations, xvi, 2, 178–203;
in the social movement field, 91–95;
through the courts, 131, 139–40. See
also homosexual liberation move-
ment; lGBt movements; transna-
tional fields
Adorno, Theodor W., 212
affirmative action, 196
Agamben, Giorgio, 188
Agreement on Trade Related Aspects
of Intellectual Property Rights
(trips), 188–89
Aguilar, José, 155
Agustín, José, 74
aids. See hiv/aids
aids I–III projects, 182–83
Alambert, Zuleika, 227n27
Alarico II, Visigoth king, 30
Alliance for National Renovation
(arena), 49
Almeida, Celia, 201
Álvarez, Luis H., 45
Amezcua Fragoso, Victor, 87–88
Andrade, Oswald de, 71–72
antra. See National Travesti, Trans-
sexual, and Transgender Articulation
Appadurai, Arjun, xi, 163
Aristotle, 213
Atobá, 20, 21
Auê, 91, 104, 107
Autonomous Lesbian Feminist Group
(GalF), 91, 101–2, 123–24, 137–38
Autonomous University Women’s
Group
(Gamu), 103
autonomy debates, 92–95, 101–2
Avándaro rock concert, 74
Avritzer, Leonardo, 13, 208
Bartra, Roger, 79
Beijing Conference on Women, 143
Berlinguer, Enrico, 227n27
Bernstein, Mary, 134
Bethânia, Maria, 71
Beverley, John, 214
Biehl, João Guilherme, 181, 202–3
Biini Laanu Collective, 215–16
Binnie, Jon, 207
biopolitical power, 13–14, 179–87, 211;
practices of self in, 190–93; rights of
citizens in, 187–93, 202–3
bios (sacred life), 188
Bonifacio, Raldo, 194
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