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    Dedication

    For Hazel

    Acknowledgements

    I would like to thank a number of people for their help and support during the writing of this book. Thanks to all those who have made comments on drafts of the chapters or responded to sections of them: to reviewers and Lisa Adkins, Peter Aggleton, Magdalene Ang-Lygate, Diane Bell, Jean Carabine, Chris Corrin, Lesley Doyal, Millsom Henry, Janet Holland, Renate Klein, Hazel May, Jennie Naidoo, Vicki Robinson, Tom Shakespeare and Tamsin Wilton. Thanks, too, to Nicki Gillies, Maria Panagos and Brad Robinson in the Department of Sociology and Social Policy at the University of Newcastle, all of whom, in a variety of ways, contributed to getting the book in on time. Val Ashforth has also been an important source of support, and thanks also go to her. While I was working on this book a friend of my family since childhood, Susan Groves, and her partner David, died. I would like to remember them here. Finally, my thanks as ever to family and friends who have provided friendship and warmth, and helped keep me going. The book is dedicated to Hazel May as a small token of my deepest thanks for the support, patience and encouragement that she has given me. The Betty Nation award goes to you.

    Some of the essays have been published previously, although most have been edited, updated and revised. Chapter 1 was originally published in Theorising Heterosexuality, ed. Diane Richardson (Buckingham: Open University Press, 1996); Chapter 3 is a significantly revised version of an essay that appeared in Desperately Seeking Sisterhood: Still Challenging and Building, eds Magdalene Ang-Lygate, Chris Corrin and Millsom S. Henry (London: Taylor & Francis, 1997); Chapter 4 was first published in Sociology, 32 (1) (1998); Chapter 6 initially appeared in Critical Social Policy, 20 (1) (2000); Chapter 8 is based in part on a chapter in Sex, Sensibility and the Gendered Body, eds Janet Hollands and Lisa Adkins (Basingstoke: Macmillan, 1996); and Chapter 9 draws on some of the material contained in an article published in Culture, Health and Sexuality, 2 (1) (2000). I am grateful to the publishers for permission to revisit this previously published material.

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