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SOC345H5 Lecture 10: Lecture 10 Sexualities and Masculinity
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Sociology
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SOC345H5
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Jayne Baker

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Lecture 10: Sexualities and Masculinity Wednesday, March 22, 2017 1:26 PM Gender identity: how one thinks about self, not genetic or biological Gender expression/role: demonstrate gender, actions, clothing, talk, interests, preferences Sexual orientation and behaviour do not always line up Homonormativity: one right way to be gay Sex Gender System Idea that there is a linear relationship between sex assignment, identity, expression, orientation Heteronormativity, supported through social structures Anything outside, is seen as deviant, criminalized, medicalized Stratify people, reinforce and create oppression Seen in institutions- religious, social, legal system overtime Men as ranked above women in same race and class As a structure, divides public and private In Western societies, our social order is organized around this perpetuating gender, racial, and ethnic inequalities Doing Gender Routine accomplishment, subject to assessment Fail to do appropriately, individual is held responsible System of social control Hegemonic Masculinity Culturally specific Complicit: Not subordinating women, still get paid more than women at the job o Still benefitting from it, social institutions frame as being superior Subordinate Marginalized Hegemonic will take things out of other masculinities that it likes o Metrosexual thing Be Masc, No Asians 'Masc'ulinity Gay masculinity is complex, two main streams of thought o Meaning of masc- straight acting but now they say masc o Put on their profile in conversation, or their name o Idealize
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