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Every audience can thus be considered as potentially reading in queer positions and proliferating queer discourses.More importantly, he notes that terminology such as "queer positions," "queer readings," and "queer pleasures" is part of this flexible reception space, which "stands simultaneously beside and within that created by heterosexual and straight positions" (15).This empirical study examines relations between cultural specificity and fan agency in a non-Western context.East Asia; Identity; Popular culture; Popular music Li, Cheuk Yin. "The Absence of Fan Activism in the Queer Fandom of Ho Denise Wan See (HOCC) in Hong Kong," edited by Henry Jenkins and Sangita Shresthova, special issue, I seek to address a single question here: why isn't there any queer fan activism in Ho Denise Wan See (何韻詩) (HOCC) fandom in Hong Kong?

For the notion of queer fandom, I struggled with the question of whether I should attempt to specify the queerness evident in HOCC fandom.

However, Doty is also aware that the enthusiasm of breaking down rigid concepts of sexuality in popular culture may lead to problematic consequences of celebrating an apolitical utopia united by all straights and all queers.

Therefore, he retained the radical and political connotation by using the term ), was one of the top 10 best-selling local singers in Hong Kong from 2006 to 2010 (IFPI Hong Kong Top Sales Music Award 2010; IFPI Hong Kong Top Sales Music Award Presented [2001–2009]).

Via analyses informed by both queer studies and audience studies, the various creative practices of fans in reshaping their sexual identities via popular culture are explored.

These practices are highly political and empowering to a queer audience.

For the notion of queer fandom, I struggled with the question of whether I should attempt to specify the queerness evident in HOCC fandom.However, Doty is also aware that the enthusiasm of breaking down rigid concepts of sexuality in popular culture may lead to problematic consequences of celebrating an apolitical utopia united by all straights and all queers.Therefore, he retained the radical and political connotation by using the term ), was one of the top 10 best-selling local singers in Hong Kong from 2006 to 2010 (IFPI Hong Kong Top Sales Music Award 2010; IFPI Hong Kong Top Sales Music Award Presented [2001–2009]).Via analyses informed by both queer studies and audience studies, the various creative practices of fans in reshaping their sexual identities via popular culture are explored.These practices are highly political and empowering to a queer audience.Even though these cultural practices are political and empowering, both internal features of the fandom and broader sociocultural contexts hinder these small-scale tactics from resulting in political action in the form of institutional queer activism that strives for sexual citizenship for the queer (Richardson 1998, 2000; Bell and Binnie 2000).