Women's Sexualities and Masculinities in a Globalizing Asia
Through detailed studies, this collection of writings by academics and activists explores the emergence of contemporary lesbian and butch/femme relationships and communities throughout Asia and their location within the context of nationalist struggles, religious fundamentalism, state gender regimes and global queer movements.
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Part I Historical Legacies
Part II Conditional Subjectivities
Part III Female Masculinities
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Abha Bhaiya activist Alli Arjuna Asian Babubai behavior binary Bugis Butler calalai chapter Chieko context cultural desire Dilah dominant dôseiai double suicide Evelyn Blackwood female masculinities female same-sex feminist film friends gender and sexuality gender identity girlfriends girls Globalizing Asia heteronormative heterosexual Hiratsuka homosexuality Hong Kong ideology India individuals Indonesia Islamic issues Japan Japanese Kôkichi lesbi lesbian lesbian and gay lesbian community lives male Manel marriage married masculine Masuda men’s Minangkabau onabe one’s Padang partner patriarchal political prakrti purusas Raichô role s/he Saijô same-sex love same-sex practices Same-sex relations Samkhya Samkhyakarika Saskia Seitô members Seitô Society Sexualities and Masculinities Shanthi shunga social South Sulawesi space stories subjectivities Takarazuka Takarazuka Revue Tamura Tamura Toshiko term Thai Tokyo tombois Toshiko tradition trans transgender transgender practices transnational University Press waria West Sumatra Wieringa woman women’s groups women’s movements women’s same-sex Women’s Sexualities