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Another Mother Tongue: Gay Words, Gay Worlds

  title={Another Mother Tongue: Gay Words, Gay Worlds},
  author={Judy Grahn},

Invisible Women in Invisible Places: Lesbians, Lesbian Bars, and the Social Production of People/Environment Relationships

Bien qu'invisibles dans les travaux sur "milieux pour les femmes", les bars lesbiens sont presents dans les petites et grandes villes des Etats-Unis et B travers le monde. Cet article presente

Patriarchy Interrupted: Differential Realizations and Manifestations of Power in Butch/Femme Relationships

This auto-theoretical essay explores femme and butch as differential identities, expressed through the very specific gender performances of lesbian identity—fem(me)ininity and mas(k)ulinity. We

Development of a Gynecologic Assessment Instrument Based on the Shuler Nurse Practitioner Practice Model.

Abstract : To validate the diversity in human sexual behavior and expression, the psychological community developed the term sexual orientation. Sexual orientation refers to the 'sexual and

Is lesbian identity obsolete? Some (limited) answers and further questions from a unique philology of human behavioral science perspective

  • C. Tate
  • Art
    Journal of lesbian studies
  • 2021
A philology of human behavioral science perspective is drawn to make explicit what is largely implicit in the conduct of the science (most notably in psychological science) to answer the provocative question of this special issue ("Is lesbian identity obsolete?").


The current study is dedicated to the question of frequency of swearing by Russian female native speakers effected by the factor of sexual orientation. The research sets a goal to provide

Learning a Language of Sexuality

This chapter examines how people learned discretion, responses to surveillance, and other linguistic practices expressing messages about sexual sameness before Stonewall. Direct mentoring was

Circulations, Accumulations, and Superdiversity

This chapter traces evidence for the “confluences of scripts” linking language and sexuality before Stonewall: Forms of linguistic practice expressed sexual references within geographic, racial,

Reading, Writing, and Resistance in Audre Lorde's Zami: A New Spelling of My Name

Abstract:In her 1982 biomythography Zami: A New Spelling of My Name, Audre Lorde explores how literacy can be a hegemonic tool of oppression, as well as how it can be transformed into an implement

Queer Media Studies – Queering Medienwissenschaften