Sexual Citizenship and Queer Post-Feminism: Young Women’s Health and Identity Politics, 1st Edition (Hardback) book cover

Sexual Citizenship and Queer Post-Feminism

Young Women’s Health and Identity Politics, 1st Edition

By Ruby Grant

Routledge

168 pages

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Description

Sexual Citizenship and Queer Post-Feminism makes new connections between post-feminism and queer theory to explore the complexities of contemporary gender and sexuality. In a wide-ranging examination of sex education, safe sex, and sexual healthcare, this book demonstrates how queer post-feminist discourses practically shape young women’s lives.

Bisexual, pansexual, non-binary, queer. With the ever-expanding scope of gender and sexuality categories, some feminists have bemoaned a "shrinking of the lesbian world." But how do young women understand these identity politics? Drawing on extensive interviews with queer young people, this book offers a timely exploration of the links between identity, sex, and health.

Drawing on interdisciplinary perspectives grounded in international social science research, this book will appeal to students and scholars with interests in sexuality and sexual health and those in the fields of gender and sexuality studies, public health, social work, and sociology. The book also offers implications for practice, suitable for policy-makers, health practitioners, and activist audiences.

Table of Contents

Introduction

1. Identity Politics: Queer Women’s Negotiations of Sexual Labels

2. Not Like Other Girls: Post-feminism and Understanding Non-Binary Genders

3. Sex Education and Queer Post-feminist Sexual Citizenship

4. Safety, Risk, and Trust: Negotiating ‘Good’ Sexual Citizenship

5. The Politics of Queer Sexual Health

Conclusion

About the Author

Ruby Grant is a Lecturer in Sociology at the University of Tasmania. Drawing on intersectional feminist philosophies and queer theory, Grant’s research focuses on queer identity politics, sexual citizenship, and gender equity and diversity.

About the Series

Routledge Advances in Critical Diversities

Advances in Critical Diversities provides an exciting new publishing space to critically consider practices, meanings and understandings of "diversity," inequality and identity across time and place. The book series will have a particular focus on developing an extended conceptualization of diversity and division which incorporates dimensions of political, social, economic and cultural, as well as the bodily and intimate, to consider how diversity is lived-in, inhabited, mobilised and refused.

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Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
SOC026000
SOCIAL SCIENCE / Sociology / General