By Julia "Jules" Balén
A proud member of various queer choruses, Balén attracts from years of firsthand observations, archival study, and large interviews to bare how queer refrain participants believe shared vulnerability, collective energy, or even moments of ecstasy while acting. A Queerly cheerful Noise serves as a testomony to the ability of song, in detail depicting how participation in a queer refrain is greater than a hobby, yet a significant kind of protest via party.
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