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Disciplining the Transgendered: Brandon Teena, Public Representation, and Normativity
(Western States Communication Association, 2000)
"A Van with a Bar and a Bed": Ritualized Gender Norms in the John/Joan Case
(National Communication Association (U.S.), 2000-04)
Through a critical reading of the mass mediated discourse that arose in the wake of the John/Joan or "twins" case, this analysis investigates contemporary iterations of gender performativity, gendered morals and feminism. ...
"What Lips These Lips Have Kissed": Refiguring the Politics of Queer Public Kissing
(National Communication Association (U.S.), 2006-03)
In this essay, we argue that man-on-man kissing, and its representations, have been insufficiently mobilized within apolitical, incremental, and assimilationist pro-gay logics of visibility. In response, we call for a ...