Queerying Notions of "Difference" Among Two Generations of Australians Who Do Not Identify Heteronormatively
Non-normative genders and sexualities are often framed in research and popular discourse in terms of diference. This descriptor not only signals their departure from social norms, it also promotes the assumption that people who do not identify with traditional binary categories perceive themselves as diferent, and that their gender or sexuality is the core reason for this. This notion of diference seems particularly ripe for interrogation at a time when traditional categories of gender and...[Show more]
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