Self-Organizing Men

Self Organizing Men The roles of paradox and incoherence in the construction and maintenance of the masculine self remains unexplored in both gender and men s studies Self Organizing Men through poetry visual images pr

  • Title: Self-Organizing Men
  • Author: Jay Sennett
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 150
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The roles of paradox and incoherence in the construction and maintenance of the masculine self remains unexplored in both gender and men s studies Self Organizing Men through poetry, visual images, prose and humor seeks to understand how paradox and the failure to cohere to a unitary self creates opportunities for sustained connections to sexual love, the penis, childThe roles of paradox and incoherence in the construction and maintenance of the masculine self remains unexplored in both gender and men s studies Self Organizing Men through poetry, visual images, prose and humor seeks to understand how paradox and the failure to cohere to a unitary self creates opportunities for sustained connections to sexual love, the penis, childhood, and vulnerability as well as disrupts traditional transsexual narratives of masculinity and the gendered body Contributors include Eli Clare, Scott Turner Schofield, Tim m T West, Dr Bobby Noble, Nick Kiddle, Eli VandenBerg, Jordy Jones, Doran George, Aren Z Aizura, and Gaylourdes Editor Jay Sennett is an award winning author, screenwriter and filmmaker.

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