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Cambridge:Harvard University Press. Sexual Advances 2. Beautiful Bodies 3. Dancing Desires 4.
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Erotic Economies 5. Foreign Affairs 6. Forbidden Frontiers 7. Sex Crimes 8. Intimate Cultures References Index.
It is a fascinating account of sexuality and all its many facets, raising issues of power, pleasure, taboo and more. An intriguing and engrossing read. The course will provide students with ways to understand how we come to consider and express ourselves as "men", "women", or someone other to those categories, the social and cultural processes that shape us to act and think as particular kinds of sexed, gendered, and sexualized persons, including the complexities and dilemmas posed by intersecting subjectivities e.
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