Tag: Trans*

Reaktionärer Biologismus. Was rechte Akteure und ,radikale Feministinnen‘ verbindet

Dana Mahr , September 18th, 2022

„Was ist eine Frau?“ Mit dieser scheinbar einfachen Frage agitieren gegenwärtig rechte Akteur*innen gegen trans Menschen und ihre Rechte und fordern eine „eindeutige“ biologische Bestimmung von Geschl…

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Cuerpo dotado de útero sostenido a la altura conveniente, generalmente por una o varias patas, para diferentes usos

anthropologies , November 10th, 2021

Read Time:11 Minute, 30 Second Cuando una persona está familiarizada con la manera en que los científicos sociales, no sin discusió…


El lobby que veía lobbies

anthropologies , January 22nd, 2021

Sospecho que este artículo puede ser bastante polémico. Una de las primeras quejas será quién soy yo para escribir esto, así que mejor aclararlo cuanto antes: una persona…


The Networked Animita: Transgender Remembrance on Social Media

Baird Campbell , November 19th, 2020

Tomorrow, November 20th, the world will commemorate Transgender Day of Remembrance, a day to collectively mourn and remember those who have died as a result of transphobia. Started…


J.K. Rowling und die Sehnsucht nach der heilen Welt der sauberen Kategorien

Christine Lötscher , November 1st, 2020

J.K. Rowling steht massiv in der Kritik: Die Autorin der Harry Potter-Romane hatte wiederholt Cisfrauen gegen Transfrauen ausgespielt. Nach Erscheinen des neuen Krimis Troubled Blood wird diskutiert, …

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When Sex Becomes a Matter of the State: Peciagraphy as a Qualitative Method for Examining Legal Cases

Lucas Riboli Besen , July 2nd, 2020

For the past ten years, I have been conducting ethnographic research on the Federal Supreme Court’s (STF) decisions on sexual identities in the Brazilian legal system. Despite the…


Speaking out of the cistem, or How to say something outside of the binary?

standplaatswereld , February 18th, 2019

By Alenka Mrakovčić       We probably agree that language use is among the most taken-for-granted aspects of our daily lives. But what if within the language you use, yo…

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The Role of Scientific Discourse in Chile’s Trans Rights Movement

Baird Campbell , June 26th, 2018

También disponible en español aquí. On June 18, 2018, the World Health Organization (WHO) announced the removal of “transsexuality” (a term based on psychiatric diagnosis and maligned by…


Research in Pain

Alexandra Frankel , May 8th, 2017

“Research in Pain” 1/4 “Research in Pain” 2/4 “Research in Pain” 3/4 “Research in Pain” 4/4 Sally Campbell Galman is an artist, associate professor of c…

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Bolivia Prioritizes Transgender and Transsexual Human Rights

Elijah Edelman , August 31st, 2016

“People don’t die because they can’t have marriage” On 19 May 2016, the Chamber of Deputies of The Plurinational State of Bolivia passed Law Nº 807—The Gender Identity…

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Black Men DO Breastfeed!: Why Black Transgendered Breastfeeding Narratives Matter #BlkBfing

Acquanda Stanford , July 23rd, 2015

I found out about Bear when I facilitated a workshop on challenging racism in birth and breastfeeding for a non-profit … Continue reading →

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