queerity

queerity

(ˈkwɪərɪtɪ)
n
queerness or peculiarity
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The PeeWOCs have come to accept homosexuality and, if the leading universities are any guide, are on their way to embracing "queerity," as they call it, as a normal part of a new consciousness.
The thinking of Charles Reich in his 1970 book The Greening of America was a perfect example of this, even though it preceded the queerity disciplines by twenty years.
Franklin masquerades as "Mr O," telling the story about the "queerity party" (Franklin "Miss Toby's" 5) through the eyes of Roswell Cavarley, also the male protagonist and narrator of On Dearborn Street.
By highlighting Cavarley's arrogance under an ostensible appeal for its opposite in this "queerity party" (5), Franklin encourages the reader to question the motive of the pro-feminist man, what Duncan declares as her "honest female response to an acceptable male" (xii).