‘Like a breath of air from some enlightened future, this book will invigorate and inspire all readers looking for a fresh alternative to the smugly inward theoreticism of so much contemporary feminism and queer theory.’
James Penney, Trent University
‘Asks incisive questions about the relationship between the universal and the particular, between sex and gender, and sameness and difference. Ultimately it is a provocative book: for it provokes both thought and action.’
Tithi Bhattacharya, Purdue University
'[A] thought provoking and original text.'
Critical Social Policy
‘At a time when Marxist politics is struggling more than ever against the current, queer Marxist scholarship is enjoying a slight, startling, heartening resurgence. Holly Lewis’ The Politics of Everybody is a major contribution to the trend.’
Europe Solidare Sans Frontières