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This article examines the relationship among gender identity, spirituality, and emotion and addresses the largely unexamined subject of male grief in Victorian America by analyzing the way in which mid—nineteenth-century Spiritualist men deployed grief in their narratives of religious...
The condition known as “impotence” demonstrates the inscription on individual male bodies of a coital imperative: the surface of the male body interfuses with culture to produce the “fiction” of a dysfunctional nonpenetrative male (hetero)sexuality. The impotent man embodies this cultural...
This article represents one aspect of an inquiry into the gendered character of the address of British televised sports. To answer the research question, “Why are televised sports disproportionately popular with a male, and not female, television audience?” football is chosen for analysis as...
This article explores contemporary white male backlash by comparing the discourses of two movements usually assumed to have little in common: the mythopoetic men's movement and the contemporary white supremacist movement. While there are clear differences, the author argues that they are similar...
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