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:D here's my list.

1. The Methodology of the Oppressed by Chela Sandoval
2. Soul Talk by Gloria Akasha Hull
3. Culture and Truth by Renato Rosaldo
4. Thirdspace by Edward Soja
5. Homo Ludens by Huizinga
6. Tales of Dark Skinned Women by Gargi Bhattacharyya
7. In Other Worlds by Spivak
8. Queer Phenomenology by Sara Ahmed
9. "A Cyborg Manifesto" by Donna Haraway
10. "Situated Knowledges" by Donna Haraway

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Like if hegemony was a nun with a ruler? It'd whap your hand until you wrote straight as hell and were also heterosexual.

So, being queer and being left handed are the same thing? They have historically been treated similarly. But I think left handedness has finally been accepted and we may have even officially apologized for oppressing it.
I had enough of your left handed comments, you sinister queer.
How about my back-handed compliments?
I don't know, I still see people being teased for being left handed.
writing, speaking and sexuality are so closely linked (e.g. the sound of one's voice is an index of sexual desires)- of course, our nun here is ideally asexual, which makes her phallic ruler all the more terrifying.

Images and the tropes of transference are such good ways of talking about theory.