Of borders and homes: the imaginary community of (trans)sexual citizenship 1

@article{Aizura2006OfBA,
  title={Of borders and homes: the imaginary community of (trans)sexual citizenship 1},
  author={Aren Z. Aizura},
  journal={Inter-Asia Cultural Studies},
  year={2006},
  volume={7},
  pages={289 - 309}
}
Abstract This essay maps the connections between transgender/transsexual rights and nationalism in Australia. Comparing Jay Prosser’s idea of a transsexual ‘politics of home’ with the recent legalisation of transsexual marriage in Australia, it argues that marriage rights are granted by the state on the ability of particular bodies to maintain and reproduce a series of demarcated zones: between male and female, but also between ‘Australian’ and ‘un‐Australian’, ‘white’ and ‘non‐white.’ This has… Expand
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