1. Feminism, Child Sexual Abuse, and the Erasure of Child Sexuality
  2. Steven Angelides
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  1. ONE inc. and Reed Erickson: The Uneasy Collaboration of Gay and Trans Activism, 1964-2003
  2. Aaron H. Devor, Nicholas Matte
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  1. Transgender Studies: Queer Theory's Evil Twin
  2. Susan Stryker
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  1. The Categories Themselves
  2. David Valentine
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  1. The Politics of LGBTQ Scholarship
  2. Jacqueline Stevens
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  1. Heteronormativity and Immigration Scholarship: A Call for Change
  2. Eithne Luibheid
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  1. Geopolitics Alert!
  2. Anjali Arondekar
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  1. Transecting the Academy
  2. Dean Spade, Sel Wahng
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  1. From Gender to Sexuality and Back Again: Notes on the Politics of Sexual Knowledge
  2. Arlene Stein
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  1. "Oh, the fun we'll have": Remembering the Prospects for Sexuality Studies
  2. Heather Love
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  1. Sex to Gender, Past to Present, Race to Class, Now to Future
  2. Amber L. Hollibaugh
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  1. Time for Gender Rights
  2. Riki Anne Wilchins
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  1. The Challenge of Transgender, the Moment of Stonewall, and Neil Bartlett
  2. Alan Sinfield
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  1. Gender, Power, and Sexuality: Crossroads in Sweden
  2. Jens Rydstrom
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  1. Queer: The Dutch Case
  2. Gert Hekma
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  1. The Biology of Gender and the Construction of Sex?
  2. Vernon A. Rosario
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  1. Evolution and the Embodiment of Gender
  2. Joan Roughgarden
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  1. Uneasy Alignments, Resourcing Respectable Subjectivity
  2. Beverley Skeggs
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  1. Sexual Things
  2. Mark Graham
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  1. Movement and Desire: On the Need to Fluidify Academic Discourse on Sexuality
  2. Sasho Alexander Lambevski
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  1. Dude, Where's My Gender? or, Is There Life on Uranus?
  2. Judith Halberstam
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  1. Thinking Sex/Thinking Gender: Introduction
  2. Annamarie Jagose, Don Kulick
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  1. About the Contributors
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