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S/HE 19 values that the larger culture had assigned to woman, feminine, man,
masculine — ideas that served to limit women's behaviors and to prevent
examination of how "masculinity" and "femininity" are not the basis of sex, race,
and class ...
Another way was to explain hostility toward "masculine" lesbians and "feminine"
lesbians as arising from homophobia, rather than from prejudices about what
kind of gender expression was appropriate for "respectable" women and "
S/HE 21 home for at least part of my living since I was a teenager — a fact
deemed masculine by some. But my occupation now is that of teacher, work
suitably feminine for a woman as long as I don't tell my students I'm a lesbian — a
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