- Help students understand digital media and digital cultures created, for, about or by queer and transgender people, activists, educators, and artists who work with or research ways to use digital means and measures to combat different forms of oppression, and explore self-expression and identity.
- Contributions are written by researchers, activists, and academics whose diverse international experiences as LGBTQ advocates and community workers have provided them with unique access and insights into this traditionally marginalized populace and their use of social media and digital technology.
- Examines questions of inclusion and, perhaps, more importantly, exclusions of certain voices and the different ways, age, race, class and disability intersect in specific social, cultural and global contexts throughout the collection.
- Encourages dialogue and investigation of the transformative potential of digital activism and platforms from a global perspective.
Buy LGBTQ Digital Cultures: A Global Perspective by Pain Paromita from Australia's Online Independent Bookstore, BooksDirect.