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This book offers 14 interdisciplinary studies on transgender identities and relevant non-normative forms of gender and sexuality among Pacific Islanders.
This book contains an impressive collection of articles on homosexual law reform.
This book is a comprehensive overview of feminism and women's rights in sports. It covers profiles of sportswomen, gay games and profiles of specific sports.
Chris Brickell tells the evolving story of New Zealand gay men through the lives of clerks, labourers, shop assistants, soldiers, actors and writers of all classes, and he shows that our erotic past was vibrant, complex and often surprising.
Journalist Nigel Gearing recalls the turbulent and urgent struggle for homosexual law reform as the AIDS crisis began taking its toll on New Zealanders, and describes how this has changed the gay scene forever.
New Zealand’s relatively ‘inclusive’ social climate is not always reflected in our educational settings. This book explores how the assumption that heterosexuality is the norm operates in the educational field.
This book examines how people in education need to re-evaluate their policies and approach to homosexuality. It hopes to create better learning environments by exploring the social and educational impact of homophobia and heterosexism.
The author brings into the spotlight the family life of a demographic that has been largely invisible, gay women of colour. This book challenges prominent ideas about race, identity, family structures and motherhood.
This book discusses how the re-framing of 'queer' as a proud, border-crossing identity challenges conventional views of gay, lesbian, transsexual and heterosexual identities.
The contributors of this book explore ideas about and experiences of being masculine in the twenty-first century, and their implications for men's health and sexuality.
Growing up gay offers an enlightening perspective into the lives of ordinary men approaching the challenge of identity, sexuality and masculinity.
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