The Everyday Lives of Gay Men: Autoethnographies of the...

The Everyday Lives of Gay Men: Autoethnographies of the Ordinary

Edgar Rodríguez-Dorans, Jason Holmes
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The Everyday Lives of Gay Men draws on the expertise of 12 contributors from different countries and felds, writing from an autoethnographic frst-person approach.
Putting the power of personal stories at the centre of the construction of sophisticated narratives of gay men’s lives, the accounts draw attention to the limits of traditional perspectives to gay men’s studies that look at gayness through a sexualised lens and explore how gay men make sense of their identity in their everyday lives. Together they present a complex, nuanced understanding of gayness and challenge the conception of ‘being gay’ as a sexual orientation because it describes in sexual terms an identity that is not only, not always, and not predominantly sexual. The authors come from a variety of felds, including counselling studies and sociology, to communication, religion, and education.The innovative approach of The Everyday Lives of Gay Men makes it ideal for students and scholars in gender studies, sexuality studies, sociology, mental health, and research methods.
Year:
2021
Edition:
1
Publisher:
Routledge
Language:
english
Pages:
288
ISBN 10:
0367676834
ISBN 13:
9780367676834
Series:
Transforming LGBTQ Lives
File:
PDF, 12.63 MB
IPFS:
CID , CID Blake2b
english, 2021
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