Now center-stage and in control of their respective approaches to rescripting the narrative of punk’s sociopolitical significance forty-odd years on, these authors express a range of attitudes to the cultural and sexual politics of their generation, providing a diversity of insights into the visceral masculinities representing punk as music, lifestyle, and performance culture.
This article by M. I. Franklin is a selection from The Oxford Handbook of Politics and Performance, edited by Shirin Rai, Milija Gluhovic, Silvija Jestrovic, and Michael Saward.
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