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Who is Diane Richardson?
Diane Richardson is an author.
- born in (62 years ago)
- written works: "Women and the AIDS Crisis", "Introducing Gender & Womens Studies", "Theorising Heterosexuality", "Descendants of Thomas and Mary Lacey", "Rethinking sexuality"
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by Jodi O'Brien
Diane Richardson argues that traditional notions of citizenship imply, even enforce and regulate, heterosexuality so that the domain of citizenship, far from being neutral, is itself profoundly heterosexualized. Sexual Citizenship Writers in sexuality studies have addressed how traditional models of citizenship mask difference, discriminating against those who variously live outside the heterosexual norm. The concept of “sexual citizenship” has drawn attention to the relevance of sexuality ...
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