Why LGBT and LGBT social movements are similar
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- Pink capitalism (also called rainbow capitalism, homocapitalism or gay capitalism) is the incorporation of the LGBT movement and sexual diversity to capitalism and the market economy, viewed especially in a critical lens as this incorporation pertains to the LGBT, Western, white, and affluent, upper middle class communities and market.
- Wurst's appearance in the contest brought about both criticism and praise: by some of the more socially conservative sections of European society her victory in the contest was condemned as a promotion of LGBT rights; conversely the international attention received by Wurst's victory firmly established her among the LGBT community, leading her to take an active role in promoting tolerance and respect, and resulted in several invites to perform at several European pride events, as well as performances at the European Parliament and United Nations Office at Vienna.
- It is an important book in the history of the modern bisexual rights movement and appears on numerous bisexual and general LGBT reading lists.
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