“A reconceptualization of the politics of marginal groups allows us not only to privilege the specific lived experience of distinct communities, but also to search for those interconnected sites of resistance from which we can wage broader political struggles. Only by recognizing the link between the ideologic, social, political, and economic marginalization of punks, bulldaggers, and welfare queens can we begin to develop political analyses ans political strategies effective in confronting the linked yet varies sites of power”
Cathy J. Cohen: Punks, Bulldaggers, And Welfare Queens: The Radical Potential of Queer Politics In: E. Patrick Johnson and Mae G. Henderson (Ed.): Black Queer Studies. A critical Anthology. Durham, London, S.21-51.