Dr. Andrew Jolivette discusses the social construction of gender and sexuality. He explains how the prevailing idea of binary gender affects choice, legal rights, and sociocultural practices. He also highlights alternative perspectives on gender/sexuality found in American Indian belief systems.
Constructing & Performing Gender & Sexuality in the U.S.
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Jolivette, A. (Academic). (2017). Constructing & performing gender & sexuality in the U.S. [Video]. SAGE Knowledge. https://www.doi.org/10.4135/9781526420503
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