Tag Archive for ‘sexuality’

The Sex Myth

I first encountered the work of Rachel Hills in 2012, when she interviewed me for an essay in the Atlantic exploring asexuality. The conversation itself was incredibly stimulating and the ensuing piece of work was the best thing I’ve read… Read More ›

CfP: Queer Partnering 2016

QUEERING PARTNERING 2016 – CALL FOR PAPERS Queering Partnering is the 1st International Conference stemming from the large ERC funded study INTIMATE: Citizenship, Care and Choice – The micro-politics of intimacy in Southern Europe (www.ces.uc.pt/intimate). This year the Conference will… Read More ›

Call for papers: Queer Methods

WSQ, Call for Papers: Special Issue QUEER METHODS Guest Editors: Amin Ghaziani, Associate Professor of Sociology, University of British Columbia Matt Brim, Associate Professor of Queer Studies, College of Staten Island, CUNY Queer Studies is experiencing a methodological renaissance. In… Read More ›

Porn Studies is Released

Routledge Journals Publishes Porn Studies March 2014 – Routledge (Taylor & Francis Group) publish the first double issue of Porn Studies, the premier dedicated, international, peer-reviewed journal to critically explore those cultural products and services designated as pornographic and their cultural, economic, historical,… Read More ›

The Opposite of Crush

Once, in my Introductory Sociology course, I gave a lecture about social oppression. It was fairly abstract. I didn’t talk about any specific kind of social oppression, like gender oppression or racial oppression or sexual oppression. I just talked about… Read More ›