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What is the title of Raewyn Connell's essay?

Masculinities and Globalization

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Connell argues that

Masculinities are produced together with femininities
Masculinities do not exist prior to social action

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In Allan Johnson's essay he argues that patriarchy is

A system we all participate in

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Patriarchy is about

Standards of feminine beauty and masculine toughness
Images of feminine vulnerability and masculine protectiveness
The core value of domination and control in every area of human existence

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Why does Johnson emphasize that patriarchy is a system?

Because it means that it can't be reduced to the behavior of individual people

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Nomy Lamm begins her essay talking about a "concept we need all be aware of" and speak of often. What is the concept?

Revolution

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What is unusual about Lamm's essay?

She writes as if she is talking using non-academic style and language

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What does Lamm say has affected her body image the most?

She is fat

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In focusing on fat oppression, where does Lamm say she gets the message that "fat is ugly"?

From her experiences with family and friends
From the media

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Lamm writes "according to _______, I don't exist"

Mainstream feminist theory

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What is the title of Betsy Lucal's essay?

"What It Means To Be Gendered Me"

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Lucal discusses another author we read previously in this course. Who is it?

Judith Lorber

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Lucal's article summarizes her experience as:

A woman who is often mistaken for a man

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The title to Dorothy Allison's essay is

A Question Of Class

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Allison writes, " I am _____ in a world that hates _____, and ______ in a world that despises ______"

Queer, queers, poor, the poor

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When does Allison recognize she has been grouped into the notion of the "mythical poor" that glamorizes her conditions of poverty?

When she attends school in Florida

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Allison explains that the majority of people believe what about poverty?

That it is a voluntary condition

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Allison argues that her sexual identity

Is condemned by traditional feminists
Is connected to her class background

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Anzaldúa's chapter is unique because she

Writes in Spanish and English

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According to Anzaldúa, most people fear

The supernatural

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Who does Anzaldúa connect her Chicana identity to?

Indigenous native women from the past

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Where did Anzaldúa grow up?

Texas

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Which two institutions does Anzaldúa critique as creating a tyranny?

Culture and the church

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In the "pretending to be gay" section, Raymond argues that

Straight characters pretend to be gay in order to gain more power (which masks heteronormative power )

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What does GLBT stand for?

Gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender

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According to some arguments, what show was cancelled because its main character was gay?

Ellen

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The title of Diane Raymond's essay is

Popular Culture and Queer Representation: A Critical Perspective

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Raymond explains that "queer" is a term that

Was once a homophobic slur
Has been reappropriated for GLBT identities
Is an open-ended term that is not "fixed"
Is more universalizing that minoritizing

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Raymond looks at three patterns in the genre of television she studies. They are:

Increased appearance of GLBT characters, the "gay pretender", and the "straight-mistaken-for-gay"

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What genre of television show does Raymond focus on as a whole?

Situation comedies