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Bridges, T. 2014. “A Very ‘Gay’ Straight?”

Bridges, Tristan. 2014. “A Very ‘Gay’ Straight? Hybrid Masculinities, Sexual Aesthetics, and the Changing Relationship between Masculinity and Homophobia.” Gender & Society 28(1): 58-82. Heterosexual men’s use of identifying “gay” characteristics to aid in construction of heterosexual-masculine identities — distances self from privilege, expresses “progressivity” or movement away from stereotypes of masculinity – however, does […]

“Why Can’t I Wear a Hipster Headdress?” Native Appropriations.

“But Why Can’t I Wear a Hipster Headdress?” Native Appropriations. April 2010. http://nativeappropriations.com/2010/04/but-why-cant-i-wear-a-hipster-headdress.html Accessed March 6 2017. Offers reasons as to why not to wear warbonnet: Promotes stereotypes. “The image of a warbonnet and warpaint wearing Indian is one that has been created and perpetuated by Hollywood  and only bears minimal resemblance to traditional regalia […]

Green, G., R. Barbour, M. Banard, and J. Kitzinger. 1993. — Sexual Harassment in Research Settings.

Green, Gill, Rosaline S. Barbour, Marina Banard, and Jenny Kitzinger. 1993. “’Who Wears the Trousers?’ Sexual Harassment in Research Settings.” Women’s Studies International Forum 16(6): 627-637.   Especially in field research regarding sexuality or sexual behavior (here, HIV-related risk behaviors), respondents may view such inquiry as “provocative” or “inviting,” leading to overt and covert sexual […]

DeKeseredy, W.S. and M.D. Schwartz. 2013. Male Peer Support and Violence against Women.

DeKeseredy, Walter S. and Martin D. Schwartz. 2013. Male Peer Support and Violence against Women: The History and Verification of a Theory. Boston: Northeastern University Press. Introduction Term of “male peer support” developed by Dekeseredy (1988a) to describe “the attachments to male peers and the resources that these men provide that encourage and legitimate woman […]

MacKinnon, C. 1982. “Feminism, Marxism, Method, and the State.”

MacKinnon, Catharine A. 1982. “Feminism, Marxism, Method, and the State: An Agenda for Theory.” Signs 7(3): 515-544. “Sexuality is that social process which creates, organizes, expresses, and directs desire,  creating the social beings we know as women and men, as their relations create society” (516). Class is distinctly heterosexualized – supported by gender and family […]

Smolak, L. and S.K. Murnen. 2011. “The Sexualization of Girls and Women as a Primary Antecedent of Self-Objectification.”

  Smolak, Linda and Sarah K. Murnen. 2011. “The Sexualization of Girls and Women as a Primary Antecedent of Self-Objectification.” Pp. 53-76 in Self-Objectification in Women: Causes, Consequences, and Counteractions, edited by Rachel M. Calogero, Stacey Tantleff-Dunn, and J. Kevin Thompson. York, PA: Maple-Vail Books, American Psychological Association. “Insomuch as a culture endorses sexual objectification, […]

Calogero, R.M., S. Tantleff-Dunn, and J.K. Thompson. 2011. “Objectification Theory: An Introduction.”

Calogero, Rachel M., Stacey Tantleff-Dunn, and J. Kevin Thompson. 2011. “Objectification Theory: An Introduction.” Pp. 3-22 in Self-Objectification in Women: Causes, Consequences, and Counteractions, edited by Rachel M. Calogero, Stacey Tantleff-Dunn, and J. Kevin Thompson. York, PA: Maple-Vail Books, American Psychological Association “Men act and women appear. Men look at women. Women watch themselves being […]