Join the creators of Queer: A Graphic History (‘Could totally change the way you think about sex and gender’ VICE) on an illustrated journey of gender exploration.
We’ll look at how gender has been ‘done’ differently – from patriarchal societies to trans communities – and how it has been viewed differently – from biological arguments for sex difference to cultural arguments about received gender norms. We’ll dive into complex and shifting ideas about masculinity and femininity, look at non-binary, trans and fluid genders, and examine the intersection of experiences of gender with people’s race, sexuality, class, disability and more.
Tackling current debates and tensions, which can divide communities and even cost lives, we’ll look to the past and the future to ask how might we approach gender differently, in more socially constructive, caring ways.
Cover Title Contents Introduction Gender: A Fraught Topic Multiple Meanings Multiple Intersections Our Gender Journey 1. Gender Across Space & Time Acknowledging the Past Patriarchy: A Potted History The History of Gender is Interwoven with the History of Capitalism The History of Gender is Interwoven with the History of Colonialism Classifying the “Other” Heteronormativity Beyond Patriarchy Gender Diversity through Time Gender Diversity Across Space Colonizing and Decolonizing Gender Reading Gender Across Space and Time Sexual Women Public Toilets Learning from History and Geography 2. How Sex/Gender Works Sex and Gender Sex Means Many Things Sex Variation Intersex Gender Means Many Things Multiplicity of Gender Sex/Gender Sex/Gender is Biopsychosocial How Social Norms Shape Our Sex/Gender Our Gendered Experience Shapes Our Brains Our Gendered Experience Shapes Our Bodies Throwing Like a Girl Doing Gender Gender Performativity Gender Fluidity Levels of Experience Intersectional Gender Undoing and Troubling Gender Sex/Gender is Biopsychosocial, Non-Binary, Fluid, and Intersectional Femininities, Masculinities, and Non-Binary Genders 3. Masculinities-Man as Norm Male Privilege Hegemonic Masculinity Dimensions of Masculinity The Masculinity Pyramid Multiple Masculinities “Not Gay”: Homophobia, Misogyny, and Masculinity Gay Masculinities and Femininity Toxic Masculinity Toxic for Whom? The “Crisis of Masculinity” Fragile Masculinities Masculinity and Violence Race and Masculinity Masculinity and Shame New Men and Metrosexuals Inclusive Masculinities Backlash Masculinities: Lads Backlash Masculinities: Seduction Geek Masculinities Revenge of the Nerds? Expanding Available Masculinities Postfeminist Masculinities Gentle Men Tender Masculinities Masculinities beyond Men Female Masculinities Butch How Can We Shift Masculinity? 4. Femininities & Feminisms Woman as “Other” Female Privilege Problems with Female Privilege Hegemonic Femininities Pariah Femininities Toxic Femininity? Toxic Femininity and Intersectionality Multiple Femininities and Feminism First-Wave Feminism Second-Wave Feminism Black Feminist Critiques and Feminist Fragmentations Structure/Agency and the Sex Wars Postfeminism Third-Wave Feminism Interwoven Axes of Oppression Postcolonial Feminism Decolonizing Feminism Fourth-Wave Feminism? MeToo Anti-Feminism and New Misogynies Emotional Labour and Feminist Killjoys Exclusionary Feminisms Femininities for All Genders Male Femininities Femme Expanding and Contracting Femininities 5. Non-Binary Genders Binaries on Top of Binaries Implications of Binaries Questioning the Binary What Do We Even Mean by Gender? Why Are We So into the Gender Binary? Gender Complementarity, Heteronormativity, and Romantic Love Non-Binary Gender The Extent of Non-Binary Experience The Non-Binary Movement Gender Revolution! What Do Non-Binary People Want? ThisIsWhatNonBinaryLooksLike Non-Binary as in Between or Both Non-Binary as Neither or Beyond Non-Binary as Fluid Non-Binary as Plural Breaking the Binary for Everyone Non-Binary and Trans 6. Trans and Cis It’s a Big Enough Umbrella Treating Trans Echoes of the Past Transgender Studies The Trans Movement Trans Narratives Centring Trans Voices The Transgender Tipping Point The Trans Moral Panic Trans and Intersex Intersecting Trans Trans Right versus Other Rights? Cisness, Cisnormativity, and Ciscourses Questioning the Trans/Cis Binary Trans Bodies, Trans Sex Trans Time Trans Space Trans in Relationship Liberating Gender for All Gendered Intelligence 7. The Future of Gender Gender Switching Gender Dystopias Gender Utopias Is the Future Female? Genderless Future Is the Future Intersex, Trans, or Non-Binary? Limits on Imagining the Future of Gender Who Produces Culture? Gender as Intergenerational Trauma Waves of Progress and Backlash 8. How to Think about Gender Gender is External and Internal Gender is a Huge Part of How the World Works Gender is Diverse Gender can be Limiting Gender can be Painful Gender is Biopsychosocial Gender is Fluid and Non-Binary Gender is Personal and Political Gender is Plural Gender is Intersectional Gender is Therefore Not the Only Thing to Focus on Gender Positions Us in Various Ways Gender is Relevant to Everyone Gender is Complicated, So Kindness is Vital Further Resources Index Acknowledgements and Biographies
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