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Hate Crimes Prevention Act in This border is the authenticity of black masculinity in which authentic blackness is inherently tied to authentic masculinity Harper. Ultimately, the discourse surrounding black queerness, re-queers the nation by, paradoxically, bringing queerness back into a marginal position from which it can be critical of the state. By doing so, The Same Difference does not evoke a utopian feel of community, but instead stays highly critical of community without disregarding it completely. Most of the black queer women in the documentary defy stereotypical representations of femininity and masculinity.

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