Consent and sexuality are shaped by the class and labor contexts in which they emerge. This article imagines how these various overlapping categories operate by turning to particular stories of working-class resistance. How do truck drivers, adjunct professors, steelworkers, and others navigate their jobs and their genders as each produces and shapes the other? Dangerous and insecure labor contexts enable ways of inhabiting a body that are queer and perverse and transformative.

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