Others have referred to it as "queerdom's own ironic social theory, which developed to let us criticize (particularly heterocentrist) relations of power." Carol Queen & Lawrence Schimel, Introduction to POMOSEXUALS
: CHALLENGING ASSUMPTIONS ABOUT GENDER AND SEXUALITY 19, 21 (Carol Queen & Lawrence Schimel eds., 1997).
Schimel (Eds.), Pomosexuals
: Challenging assumptions about gender and sexuality (.pp.
reprinted in PoMoSEXUALS
: CHALLENGING ASSUMPTIONS ABOUT GENDER AND
1 (New York: Vintage Books, 1990); Carol Queen & Lawrence Schimel, eds., PoMoSexuals
: Challenging Assumptions About Gender and Sexuality (San Francisco: Cleis Press, 1997).