I am passionately in love with this book! To say that this is now my all time favorite book is no exaggeration. It's orgasmic! Covering topics like polyamory, sex work, class struggle, transfeminism, anarcha-feminism, harm reduction, prison abolition, ableism, queering heterosexuality and more, "Queering Anarchism" challenges the hegemony of the mainstream LGBT movement's conservative agenda of gay marriage, gays in the military, and hate crime legislation. In short, this is radical intersectional politics at its best! That said, while I really love this book, I disagree with the final essay, "Anarchy, BDSM, and Consent-based Culture", by Hexe. In this essay, Hexe likens anarchism to BDSM as they are both based on the principle of consent. To me, however, sadomasochism is the antithesis of anarchism and has no place in an anarchist, egalitarian sociey. Not only does BDSM eroticize unequal power relations, it totally trivializes the horrific experiences of battered women, rape survivors, torture victims, political prisoners, and slaves. For example, I can't imagine that many African-Americans enjoy being flogged. Personally, I want to live in a culture devoid of sadism, where Arabs are not routinely tortured in places like Guantanamo and Abu Ghraib and women are not routinely humiliated in hardcore BDSM pornography. Furthermore, while I'm not a vegan, I'm sure that many vegan anarchists would likewise be turned off by the notion of leather sexuality. While I don't agree with Hexe's essay, I do nevertheless think it is well-written and certainly provocative. Overall, this book is fabulous and I cannot reccomend it enough!!!