Gendered outcasts and sexual outlaws : sexual oppression and gender hierarchies in queer men's lives / Christopher Kendall, Wayne Martino, editors Kendall, Christopher N

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Kendall, Christopher N
Subjects
Gay men - Social conditions.; SOCIAL SCIENCE / Gay Studies.; Sexism.
Contents
  • About the editors
  • Contributors
  • Foreword / John Stoltenberg
  • pt. 1. The dynamics of sex/gender oppression
  • ch. 1. Introduction / Christopher Kendall / Wayne Martino
  • ch. 2. Brettles / John Gascoigne
  • ch. 3. The relevance of radical feminism for gay men / Robert Jensen
  • ch. 4. Sissyphobia and everything after / Tim Bergling
  • 5. Straight-acting masculinities : normalization and gender hierarchies in gay men's lives / Wayne Martino
  • ch. 6. Stats please : gay men as mimics, robots, and commodities in contemporary cultural spaces / Anthony Lambert
  • ch. 7. Narcissism, the Adonis complex, and the pursuit of the ideal / Daryl Higgins
  • pt. 2. When gender harms and oppression becomes the norm
  • ch. 8. Pornography, hypermasculinity, and gay male identity : implications for male rape and gay male domestic violence / Christopher Kendall
  • ch. 9. Queer men and sexual assault : what being raped says about being a man / Rus Ervin Funk
  • ch. 10 HE and i [not equal to] us / Peter Shuttlewood
  • ch. 11. Reading racial gaze : western gay society and pornographic depictions of Asian men / Simon Obendorf
  • Index.
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30655661

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