Does anyone have any good theory recs/articles that tackle the commodification of queer identity through an anti-capitalist lens? Right now I'm thinking about queer gatekeeping and the times I've felt my style/clothing didn't adequately "communicate my identity." Would also read about corporate normalization of queer experience (retail giants selling queer merch, queer advertising, etc).

Bonus points for fiery and cynical prose.

Also would be interested in reading more about the history of clothing. I thought Braudel's Civilization and Capitalism Vol 1 would give me what I needed but it didn't go back far enough.

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