Unsafe Words: Queering Consent in the #Metoo Era

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$22.95  $21.34
Publisher
Rutgers University Press
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Pages
216
Dimensions
4.9 X 7.9 X 0.6 inches | 0.45 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781978825406

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About the Author
SHANTEL GABRIEAL BUGGS is an assistant professor of sociology and African American studies at Florida State University. Her research on how race, gender, and technology shape romantic and sexual relationships has appeared in such journals as Sociological Inquiry, Identities, and the Journal of Marriage and Family.

TREVOR HOPPE is an assistant professor of sociology at the University of North Carolina, Greensboro. His research analyzes the social control of sex by institutions of medicine, law, and public health. He is the author of Punishing Disease: HIV and the Criminalization of Sickness and co-editor of The War on Sex.
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"We need Unsafe Words: Queering Consent in the #MeToo Era now more than ever. A vital cultural reckoning with sexual assault and harassment brought issues of consent to the forefront - but often oversimplified them. We now need a more nuanced discussion of how consent may be understood and enacted. This groundbreaking collection brings together voices that explore and expand how concepts as such as power, assent, identity, autonomy, and community function in many people's lives. It is imperative reading for everyone - policymakers, scholars, sexual liberationists - who grapples with these questions."--Michael Bronski "author of A Queer History of the United States"
"With this dazzling collection of meditations and provocations from leading scholars in the field of sexuality studies, Unsafe Words offers something we desperately need: a place to ask the queer questions about consent that dare not speak their names. Can consent be queered? What happens when queer and feminist sexual politics clash over questions of consent? How does the prevailing consent paradigm perpetuate the harms of the criminal legal system and thwart more just possibilities for redress? This is a must-read for both activists and scholars of sexual ethics alike." --Cati Connell "author of A Few Good Gays: The Gendered Compromises behind Military Inclusion" (9/30/2022 12:00:00 AM)