Gendered and Sexual Intersections

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Gendered and Sexual Intersections

Social and Cultural Geography

Twenty years on from the inaugural issue of Social and Cultural Geography we want to celebrate the journal’s importance in fostering a rich array of research exploring diverse disabling and enabling geographies.

Below you will find articles on the topic of Gendered and Sexual Intersections which are free to access via this page only until 31 December 2019. 

Article TitleAuthor(s)VolumeIssueYear
A party with politics?(Re) making LGBTQ Pride spaces in Dublin and BrightonKath Browne812007
Gone ‘underground’? Lesbian visibility and the consolidation of queer space in MontréalJulie A. Podmore742006
Sexing the self: Geographies of engagement and encounterPhil Hubbard342002
Ceramics, clothing and other bodies: affective geographies of homoerotic cruising encountersGavin Brown982008
Intimate mobilities: Emotional embodiment and queer migrationAndrew Gorman-Murray1042009
Transnational shift: marriage, home and belonging for British-Pakistani Muslim womenRobina Mohammad1662015
Prostitution, variegated homes, and the practice of unhomely life in ChinaXiaobo Su, Xiaomei Cai & Meixin Liu2032019
‘Countless acts of recognition’: young men, ethnicity and the messiness of identities in everyday lifeGreg Noble1082009
Fear, romance and transience in the lives of homeless womenAlan Radley , Darrin Hodgetts & Andrea Cullen732006
‘Falling women’–‘saving angels’: spaces of contested mobility and the production of gender and sexualities within early twentieth-century train stationsSabin Bieri & Natalia Gerodetti822007
The ‘rights’ (and ‘wrongs’) of articulating race with sexuality: the conflicting nature of hegemonic legitimisation in South African queer politicsAndrew Tucker1152010
Sex, drink, and state anxieties: governance through the gay barMichael Brown & Larry Knopp1732016
Networks of affect, male homoeroticism and the Second World War: a soldier's archiveChris Brickell1622015
Drugs, sex, and the geographies of sexual health in Thailand, Southeast AsiaVincent J. Del Casino Jr.1322012
‘The greatest loss was a loss of our history’: natural disasters, marginalised identities and sites of memoryScott McKinnon, Andrew Gorman-Murray & Dale Dominey-Howes1782016
Into the arms of dolls: Japan’s declining fertility rates, the 1990s financial crisis and the (maternal) comforts of the posthumanHeidi J. Nast1862017
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