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Gay Masculinities

Gay Masculinities

First Edition

January 2000 | 296 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
How do gay men respond to controlling notions of masculinity in society and stereotypes of gay sexuality? This book explores the ways in which gay men in the United States engage in, contest and modify these notions and develop a sense of masculine identity. The book examines the creation of identity through the everyday lives of gay men: their work; home; community; and relationships.
Peter M Nardi
"Anything for a sis, Mary"
An Introduction to Gay Men and Masculinities

Matt G Mutchler
Seeking Sexual Lives
Gay Youth and Masculinity Tensions

Dwight Fee
"One of the Guys"
Instrumentality and Intimacy in Gay Men's Friendships with Straight Men

J Michael Cruz
Gay Male Domestic Violence and the Pursuit of Masculinity
Thomas J Linneman
Risk and Masculinity in the Everyday Lives of Gay Men
Eric M Rodriguez and Suzanne C Ouellette
Religion and Masculinity in Latino Gay Lives
Perry N Halkitis
Masculinity in the Age of AIDS
HIV Seropositive Gay Men and the "Buff Agenda"

Jane Ward
Queer Sexism
Rethinking Gay Men and Masculinity

Donald C Barrett
Masculinity Among Working Class Gay Males
Shinhee Han
Asian American Gay Men's (Dis)claim on Masculinity
Lionel Cantu
Entre Hombres/Between Men
Latino Masculinities and Homosexualities

Steven P Schacht
Gay Female Impersonators and the Masculine Construction of "Other"

Great inter-disciplinary text for business and marketing students, and well as those studying development who aim to discuss values and ethics behind modern images and how these relate to social goods.

Dr Diepiriye Kuku-Siemons
Northampton Business School, Northampton University
June 29, 2015

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