Essays comparing one of our own early memories and a recent experience of gender play (or work?), written from the sort of perspective Barrie Thorne uses in her 1994 book, Gender Play: Girls and Boys in School, as an ethnographer who assumes the role of participant-observer.
|From Nail Polish to Not Crying: How I Learned to Play with Boys
|Being Embodied S*cks.
|Let's Talk About Sex, and Gender
|Gender and Sexualities Paper # 1
|Woodchip Turtles and Bad Beer: Or, Not Much Has Changed Since Elementary School
|Questioning Gender as a Central "Oppressive" Force in Women's Lives
|Its "Fun" to be Misunderstood When Playing With Gender
|A Journey in Gendered Play
|All the Small Things: An Exploration of Gender Performance Past and Present
|Birthmark: Why categories hurt.
|Easy to play, not so easy to win