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Queer ethics and fostering positive mindsets toward non-binary gender, genderqueer, and gender ambiguity  / Lucy Nicholas.

International Journal of Transgenderism, 20 (2019) 2-3 (apr-sep), p. 169-180
bron: International Journal of Transgenderism jaargang: 20 (2019) 2-3 (apr-sep), p. 169-180
samenvatting: Alongside the growth in visibility of gender identities and presentations such as genderqueer, non-binary and gender neutral, there is ridicule and backlash in wider culture, as well as more subtle invisibility and misgendering. While there exists social psychology research about negative and positive attitudes to trans people, this is restricted to those whose gender identity is at odds with their sex assigned at birth, and who identify with binary gender. Social psychology has extended to the more subtle workings of transphobia, but there is little consideration of the distinctiveness of attitudes and responses to those whose genders cannot be attributed in binary ways, and thus how these may be challenged. Methods: In keeping with the methods of social theory, this article brings together a diverse and complementary range of conceptual fields in new ways to diagnose a novel cause and solution to these negative attitudes. Using queer theory, feminist ethics, and empirical studies in post-tolerance sociology and social psychology, it argues that negative social responses to genderqueerness stem not only from overt prejudice in the form of transphobia but from binary genderism, the conviction that there are only two genders. Results and conclusion: This article proposes fostering greater diversity-literacy and empathy for difference as a more effective approach than minority identity-based 'prejudice reduction' approaches. A norm-critical approach to deconstructing gender norms is proposed, thus fostering positive attitudes to genderqueerness. It is therefore demonstrated how best to foster enabling social contexts for genderqueerness, with positive implications for the physical and social health and wellbeing of gender variant people. This approach can be applied in organizations, institutions, and by service providers who interact with genderqueer individuals, in that it can inform a shift to approaching diversity positively in ways that are not restricted to pre-determined and binary identity categories.

signatuur: ts.

Queer ethics and fostering positive mindsets toward non-binary gender, genderqueer, and gender ambiguity
Lucy Nicholas.
International Journal of Transgenderism

Nondualists as deviants : female bisexuals compared to female heterosexuals-homosexuals  / Abraham DE. Lavender & Lauren C. Bressler.

Deviant behavior, 2 (1981), p. 155-165
bron: Deviant behavior jaargang: 2 (1981), p. 155-165
samenvatting: Bisexuality as a category of sexuality is usually neglected by sexual researchers, and even the existence of bisexuality as a category is often denied by sexual researchers as well as by the general society and individuals who approve of or engage in a mixture of heterosexual and homosexual behavior. Following the suggestion of Duberman (1977), this article examines the extent to which the acceptance or nonacceptance of bisexuality is related to the acceptance or nonacceptance of the Eastern concept of nondualism. Utilizing interview data from 23 heterosexual females, 22 bisexual females, and 25 homosexual females, this article indicates that bisexuals are more Eastern and less dualistic than heterosexuals or homosexuals. This article concludes that a less culture-bound research perspective that recognizes the dualism-nondualism continuum can be helpful in developing a more correct perspective of sexual orientation.

signatuur: dgb artikelen (laven/bre)

Nondualists as deviants : female bisexuals compared to female heterosexuals-homosexuals
dgb artikelen (laven/bre)
Abraham DE. Lavender & Lauren C. Bressler.
Deviant behavior

Ambiguous identity in an unambiguous sex/gender structure : The case of bisexual women  / Amber Ault.

Sociological Quarterly, 37 (1996) 3, p. 449-463
bron: Sociological Quarterly jaargang: 37 (1996) 3 , p. 449-463
samenvatting: This article explores bisexual identity as an ambiguous social category within the dominant dualistic sex/gender structure. The article documents the stigmatization of the bisexual category in the discourse of both the Religious Right and lesbian feminist communities, then examines the impact of dual stigmatization on bisexual women, who often see bi identity as disrupting the dominant sexual binary. Drawing from interviews with bisexual women, the article argues that bisexual women's discourse on sexual subjectivity does not escape the influence of binary structures, although it does at times reconfigure the binary along the queer/nonqueer and bisexual/monosexual axes. While the bisexual identity category may work as a discursive stabilizing device during the sex/gender crisis provoked by the AIDS epidemic, its politicization by bi feminists also allows the category to be strategically deployed for feminist and queer political projects.

signatuur: dgb artikelen (ault/amb)

Ambiguous identity in an unambiguous sex/gender structure : The case of bisexual women
dgb artikelen (ault/amb)
Amber Ault.
Sociological Quarterly


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