The san francisco marriages were not just about challenging heteronormativity or the way marriage dispenses rights and props up normativity for many respondents they were also about gaining access to the privileged status of being normative in a seeming contradiction even as they vehemently decried social systems that rewarded some kinds of relationships different sex relationships but . In queering marriage katrina kimport uses in depth interviews with participants in the san francisco weddings to argue that same sex marriage cannot be understood as simply entrenching or contesting heterosexual privilege instead she contends these new legally sanctioned relationships can both reinforce as well as disrupt the association of marriage and heterosexuality. Achetez et telechargez ebook queering marriage challenging family formation in the united states families in focus english edition boutique kindle gender studies amazonfr. Catherine bolzendahl queering marriage challenging family formation in the united states by katrina kimport rutgers university press 2013 212 pages 2595 paper 80 cloth social forces volume 94 issue 3 march 2016 page e64 https doiorg 101093 sf sou029 download citation file ris zotero endnote bibtex medlars procite refworks. Stanford libraries official online search tool for books media journals databases government documents and more
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