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Artikel

A cross-cultural assessment of early cross-gender behavior and familial factors in male homosexuality  / Frederick L. Whitam and Michael Zent.

bron:
samenvatting: Eerder verschenen in: Archives of Sexual Behavior, 13 (1984) 5 (oct), p. 427-439. - Verslag van een onderzoek in vier verschillende samenlevingen (de VS, Guatemala, Brazilië en de Filipijnen) naar factoren als jeugdig cross-gendergedrag en de gezinssituatie die bijdragen aan een homoseksuele oriëntatie.
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signatuur: cat. art. (studi/hom/xi) cb

ODE3

dgb artikelen (whitam/zen)

A cross-cultural assessment of early cross-gender behavior and familial factors in male homosexuality
cat. art. (studi/hom/xi) cb ODE3 dgb artikelen (whitam/zen)
Frederick L. Whitam and Michael Zent.
In: Homosexuality and Psychology, Psychiatry, and Counseling / ed. with introd. by Wayne R. Dynes and Stephen Donaldson. - New York, NY [etc.] : Garland, 1992. - p. 313-325.
N256130
Boek

Invisible lives : the erasure of transsexual and transgendered people  / 

Viviane K. Namaste.Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press, 2000 - xiii, 340 p.
uitgave: Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press, 2000 - xiii, 340 p.
annotatie: Bibliogr.: p. 313-332.
onderwerpen:
samenvatting: Through combined theoretical and empirical study, Viviane K. Namaste argues that transgendered people are not so much produced by medicine or psychiatry as they are erased, or made invisible, in a variety of institutional and cultural settings. Namaste begins her work by analyzing two theoretical perspectives on transgendered people--queer theory and the social sciences--displaying how neither of these has adequately addressed the issues most relevant to sex change: everything from employment to health care to identity papers. Namaste then examines some of the rhetorical and semiotic inscriptions of transgendered figures in culture, including studies of early punk and glam rock subcultures, to illustrate how the effacement of transgendered people is organized in different cultural sites. Invisible Lives concludes with new research on some of the day-to-day concerns of transgendered people, offering case studies in violence, health care, gender identity clinics, and the law. Canadees onderzoek waarin de auteur betoogt dat transseksuelen niet zo zeer geproduceerd worden door de geneeskunde en de psychiatrie, als wel uitgevlakt worden, onzichtbaar gemaakt in diverse institutionele en culturele settings.

signatuur: cat. (namas/inv) b

ODE3

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Invisible lives : the erasure of transsexual and transgendered people
cat. (namas/inv) b ODE3
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Viviane K. Namaste.
N268518
Boek

Drag queens at the 801 cabaret  / 

Leila J. Rupp, Verta Taylor.Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press, 2015 - xiii, 272 p.
uitgave: Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press, 2015 - xiii, 272 p.
annotatie: First publication: 2003.- Bibliogr.: p. 239-250.
onderwerpen:
samenvatting: Synopsis It's Saturday night in Key West and the Girlie Show is about to begin at the 801 Cabaret. The girls have been outside on the sidewalk all evening, seducing anyone who walks by into coming in for the show. The club itself is packed tonight and smoke has filled the room. When the lights finally go down, statuesque blondes and stunning brunettes clad in black leather miniskirts, stiletto heels, and see-through lingerie take the stage. En Vogue's "Free Your Mind" blares on the house stereos. The crowd roars in approval. In this lively book, Leila J. Rupp and Verta Taylor take us on an entertaining tour through one of America's most overlooked subcultures: the world of the drag queen. They provide a backstage pass into the lives of the 801 Girls, the troupe of queens who perform nightly at the 801 Cabaret for tourists and locals. Weaving together their fascinating life stories, their lavish costumes and eclectic music, their flamboyance and bitchiness, the authors explore how drag queens smash the boundaries between gay and straight, man and woman, to make people think more deeply and realistically about sex in America today. They also consider how the queens create a space that encourages camaraderie and acceptance among everyday people, no matter what their sexual preferences might be. Based on countless interviews with more than a dozen drag queens, more than three years of attendance at their outrageous performances and even the author's participation in the shows themselves, "Drag Queens at the 801 Cabaret" is a witty and poignant portrait of gay life and culture. When they said life is a cabaret, they clearly meant the 801.

signatuur: cat. (rupp/dra) b

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Drag queens at the 801 cabaret
cat. (rupp/dra) b
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Leila J. Rupp, Verta Taylor.
N276073
Artikel

Queer Diagnoses : Parallels and Contrasts in the History of Homosexuality, Gender Variance, and the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual  / Jack Drescher.

Archives of Sexual Behavior, 39 (2010) 2 (apr), p. 427-460
bron: Archives of Sexual Behavior jaargang: 39 (2010) 2 (apr), p. 427-460
samenvatting: The American Psychiatric Association (APA) is in the process of revising its Diagnostic and Statistical Manual (DSM), with the DSM-V having an anticipated publication date of 2012. As part of that ongoing process, in May 2008, APA announced its appointment of the Work Group on Sexual and Gender Identity Disorders (WGSGID). The announcement generated a flurry of concerned and anxious responses in the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) community, mostly focused on the status of the diagnostic categories of Gender Identity Disorder (GID) (for both children and adolescents and adults). Activists argued, as in the case of homosexuality in the 1970s, that it is wrong to label expressions of gender variance as symptoms of a mental disorder and that perpetuating DSM-IV-TR's GID diagnoses in the DSM-V would further stigmatize and cause harm to transgender individuals. Other advocates in the trans community expressed concern that deleting GID would lead to denying medical and surgical care for transgender adults. This review explores how criticisms of the existing GID diagnoses parallel and contrast with earlier historical events that led APA to remove homosexuality from the DSM in 1973. It begins with a brief introduction to binary formulations that lead not only to linkages of sexual orientation and gender identity, but also to scientific and clinical etiological theories that implicitly moralize about matters of sexuality and gender. Next is a review of the history of how homosexuality came to be removed from the DSM-II in 1973 and how, not long thereafter, the GID diagnoses found their way into DSM-III in 1980. Similarities and differences in the relationships of homosexuality and gender identity to psychiatric and medical thinking are elucidated. Following a discussion of these issues, the author recommends changes in the DSM-V and some internal and public actions that the American Psychiatric Association should take.
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signatuur: dgb artikelen

Queer Diagnoses : Parallels and Contrasts in the History of Homosexuality, Gender Variance, and the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual
dgb artikelen
Jack Drescher.
Archives of Sexual Behavior
39
(2010)
2
(apr)
427-460
N288441
Artikel

"The most profoundly revolutionary act a homosexual can engage in" : Drag and the Politics of Gender Presentation in the San Francisco Gay Liberation Movement, 1964-1972  / Betty Luther Hillman.

Journal of the History of Sexuality, 20 (2011) 1 (jan), p. 153-181
bron: Journal of the History of Sexuality jaargang: 20 (2011) 1 (jan), p. 153-181
samenvatting: The article discusses the various understandings and perceptions of drag and gender expression among those involved in San Francisco, California's gay liberation struggle. Various San Francisco-based gay organizations, such as the Mattachine Society and the Society for Individual Rights (SIR), and their views on drag culture are detailed by the author. Stereotypes of homosexuality and their relationship to understandings of drag, gender presentation, and transsexuality during this time period are also analyzed..
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signatuur: ts.

"The most profoundly revolutionary act a homosexual can engage in" : Drag and the Politics of Gender Presentation in the San Francisco Gay Liberation Movement, 1964-1972
ts.
Betty Luther Hillman.
Journal of the History of Sexuality
20
(2011)
1
(jan)
153-181
N289612
Artikel

La question homosexuelle et transgenre.  / coordonné par Christophe Broqua.

Politique Africaine (2012) 126 (juin), p. 5-142
bron: Politique Africaine (2012) 126 (juin), p. 5-142
samenvatting: Le traitement de l'homosexualité et de la diversité de genre en Afrique est aujourd'hui l'objet d'une attention soutenue. Rares sont pourtant les travaux qui permettent de penser au-delà des réactions inspirées par les manifestations d'« homophobie » les plus spectaculaires. Après avoir été longtemps considérée comme un continent exclusivement hétérosexuel, l'Afrique doit-elle être perçue comme uniformément et par essence « homophobe » ? Ce dossier propose d'éclairer certains cas précis de discours hostiles ou de défense des minorités sexuelles, en restituant leur complexité et leur singularité. Bien souvent, les positions de condamnation apparaissent comme un instrument mis au service d'objectifs qui dépassent la seule hostilité à l'homosexualité ou à la diversité de genre. Mais en même temps, elles alimentent les mobilisations collectives qui contribuent à la politisation et à l'entrée dans l'espace public de la question homosexuelle et transgenre. Table des matières: - L'émergence des minorités sexuelles dans l'espace public en Afrique / Christophe Broqua. - p. 5. - De l'abstinence à l'homophobie : la « moralisation » de la société ougandaise, une ressource politique entre Ouganda et États-Unis / Élise Demange. - p. 25. - « L'émergence n'aime pas les femmes ! » Hétérosexisme, rumeurs et imaginaires du pouvoir dans le rap gabonais / Alice Aterianus-Owanga. - p. 49. - Médias, politique et homosexualité au Cameroun. Retour sur la construction d'une controverse / Patrick Awondo. - p. 69. - De la ventriloquie provisoire : l'inclusion de la catégorie transgenre dans les mobilisations LGBT en Namibie et en Afrique du Sud / Ashley Currier. - p. 87. - L'inversion sexuelle chez les Azandé / Edward E. Evans-Pritchard. - p. 109. - Evans-Pritchard et « l'inversion sexuelle » chez les Azandé / Christophe Broqua. - p. 121. - Fièrement Africains & Transgenres (+ cahier photos) / Gabrielle Le Roux. - p. 139. - Zanele Muholi. À visages découverts (+ cahier photos) / Julie Crenn. - p. 141.
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signatuur: cat. (quest/hom/tra) b

dgb artikelen (quest/hom/tra)

La question homosexuelle et transgenre.
cat. (quest/hom/tra) b dgb artikelen (quest/hom/tra)
coordonné par Christophe Broqua.
Politique Africaine
(2012)
126
(juin)
5-142
N291701
Grijs

How far has SOGI advocacy come at the UN and where is it heading? : Assessing sexual orientation, gender identity, and intersex activism and key developments at the UN 2003-2014  / Dodo Karsay.

[Geneva]: ARC International, 2014 - 34 p.
uitgave: [Geneva] : ARC International, 2014 - 34 p.
onderwerpen:
thema:
  1. rechtspositie
  2. homoseksualiteit
samenvatting: Rapport over de resultaten en geleerde lessen voortvloeiend uit de inspanningen van de UN om de rechtspositie van SOGI en Intersex mensen in de lidstaten te verbeteren.

signatuur: cat. (karsa/how)

dgb grijs

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How far has SOGI advocacy come at the UN and where is it heading? : Assessing sexual orientation, gender identity, and intersex activism and key developments at the UN 2003-2014
cat. (karsa/how)dgb grijs
N294939
Boek

Homosexualität_en  / 

Hrsg. von Birgit Bosold, Dorothee Brill, Detlef Weitz ;Dresden: Sandstein, 2015 - 224 p.: ill.
uitgave: Dresden: Sandstein, 2015 - 224 p.: ill.
annotatie: Erschienen anlässlich der gleichnamigen Ausstellung 'Homosexualität_en' im Deutschen Historischen Museum und im Schwulen Museum* 26. Juni bis 1. Dezember 2015.
onderwerpen:
samenvatting: Die Ausstellung 'Homosexualität_en', die zeitgleich im Schwulen Museum* und im Deutschen Historischen Museum zu sehen ist, und der vorliegende Begleitband geben einen Überblick über den gesellschaftlichen Umgang mit Homosexualität und Geschlecht unter Aspekten sozialer, juristischer und wissenschaftlicher Unterdrückung. Zugleich dokumentieren sie die dauerhaften Kämpfe um Gleichberechtigung und legen hier den Schwerpunkt auf die Entwicklung seit der Liberalisierung des § 175 im Jahr 1969 in der Bundesrepublik. Homosexualität, wie wir sie heute verstehen, begreift die Ausstellung als eine Erfindung der Moderne. Entsprechend zeigt sie die historische Entwicklung seit dem späten 19. Jahrhundert und schließt mit einem umfangreichen Blick in die Gegenwart. Denn heute steht die Voraussetzung für Hetero- wie Homosexualität, nämlich die Annahme von nur zwei Geschlechtern, zur Debatte. Sie wird in kulturwissenschaftlichen wie politischen Diskussionen zugunsten einer Vielfalt von geschlechtlichen Identitäten in Frage gestellt. Während im Deutschen Historischen Museum die geschichtliche Perspektive auf Homosexualität im Zentrum steht, thematisieren im Schwulen Museum* zeitgenössische Kunstwerke den gegenwärtigen Umgang mit Sexualität und Geschlecht. Der vorliegende Band stellt eine spannende Begleitung, Ergänzung und gleichzeitig Zusammenfassung der Ausstellung dar.

signatuur: cat. (homosexualität_en) bb

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Homosexualität_en
cat. (homosexualität_en) bb
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Hrsg. von Birgit Bosold, Dorothee Brill, Detlef Weitz ;
N295988
Artikel

'We Don't Get Into All That' : An Analysis of How Teachers Uphold Heteronormative Sex and Relationship Education  / Keeley Abbott, Sonja Ellis and Rachel Abbott.

Journal of Homosexuality, 62 (2015) 12 (dec), p. 1638-1659
bron: Journal of Homosexuality jaargang: 62 (2015) 12 (dec), p. 1638-1659
samenvatting: Legislation that applies to UK SRE currently advocates inclusive provision. Given the nonstatutory status of SRE, however, it is unclear how teachers incorporate sexual inclusivity, especially as research has shown that teachers' discursive practices can promote a heteronormative SRE climate (Renn, 2010). Using a discursive psychological approach to analyze interview data, this study examined how teachers account for their provision as inclusive. It was revealed that even when promoting their inclusivity, teachers' SRE provision upholds heteronormativity. In doing this, they positioned LGB and same-sex practices outside of the classroom, potentially leaving these young people without a sufficient sex education. [ Copies are available at http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/00918369.2015.1078203 )
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signatuur: ts.

'We Don't Get Into All That' : An Analysis of How Teachers Uphold Heteronormative Sex and Relationship Education
ts.
Keeley Abbott, Sonja Ellis and Rachel Abbott.
Journal of Homosexuality
62
(2015)
12
(dec)
1638-1659
N296990
Artikel

Gender Expression Differences in Same-Sex Intimate Partner Violence Victimization, Perpetration, and Attitudes among LGBTQ College Students  / Lamerial E. Jacobson ... [et al.].

Journal of LGBT Issues in Counseling, 9 (2015) 3 (jul-sep), p. 199-216
bron: Journal of LGBT Issues in Counseling jaargang: 9 (2015) 3 (jul-sep), p. 199-216
samenvatting: Intimate partnerviolence (IPV) occurs in same-sex relationships at greater rates compared to heterosexual relationships. Despite these elevated same-sex IPV, limited research exists on risk and protective factors (e.g., gender expression) related to victimization, perpetration, and attitudes about violence. Due to scarce research on characteristics of same-sex IPV, the study measured differences between feminine and masculine lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer (LGBTQ) college students (N = 266) in their self-reported victimization, perpetration, and acceptance of IPV. Results identified that masculine LGBTQ-identifying students reported higher levels of victimization, perpetration, and acceptance of violence, providing implications when assessing for risk and protective factors of same-sex IPV. (Copies available at http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/15538605.2015.1068144)
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signatuur: ts.

Gender Expression Differences in Same-Sex Intimate Partner Violence Victimization, Perpetration, and Attitudes among LGBTQ College Students
ts.
Lamerial E. Jacobson ... [et al.].
Journal of LGBT Issues in Counseling
9
(2015)
3
(jul-sep)
199-216
N297088

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