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The authors observe in the form and process of how people engage in conversations about racism, even and perhaps especially in queer spaces, something of the archetype of confession. In this chapter, the authors analyze these confessions of whiteness through the frameworks of Foucauldian confession, performativity, non-performativity, settler moves to innocence, and embodiment. The authors then collectively analyze these confessions as liturgical acts of orthodoxy in queer spaces, and call for a move toward a queer unorthodoxy in organizing around racial justice.

In: Bridging the Rainbow Gap