Lecture 8.docx

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University College Courses
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UNI101Y1
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Scott Rayter

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Sex and Sport - How is sport gendered? - Gender segregation because of perception of huge difference in ability between men and women so there would be a disadvantage to women if men competed with them - For men the assumption in sports is that they’re straight and the assumption with women is that they’re not - Sport is often a site of reproducing this mythic masculine power - The bodies exemplified in sport serve as the ideal type of body – young, muscular, powerful, impossible for most to achieve (training, skill, genetics) - Homoeroticism in sport - Voyeurism in sport - Homophobia in sport Transsexual Bodies at the Olympics - The origin of the Stockholm consensus was to include trans bodies in a re
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