femmes - QueerFemmeFemininity FemmeisasFemmeDoes

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Queer Femme Femininity 
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Femme is as Femme Does Why did Bolen change her gender expression  after coming out as a lesbian? Did this feel comfortable for her?
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Femme is as Femme Does Why does Bolen critique the 2nd wave feminist  assumption that femininity is disempowering? 
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Femme is as Femme Does
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Femme is as femme does Why is femininity not conformity for her?
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Femme is as femme does Femme is about chosen femininity - 
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The Femme Movement What stereotypes exist about femmes in queer  community? Why?
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The Femme Movement How do femmes disrupt “heterogender?”
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The Femme Movement What does the Femme Movement want to  achieve?
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I will Rock Some Glitter Like You’ve  Never Seen  What is “femme”? An adjective for feminine lesbian and bisexual women Since the induction of “queer identity” a “queer  femme” has meant something new – it can be  considered a “protest identity”
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What is a Queer Femme? Parameters of the identity An identification with femininity A political belief in the social construction of gender;  belief that femininity is a choice Celebration of stigmatized femininity in a patriarchal  world A queer identity An identity that does not want to define itself, but  does
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Do you think it’s an identity just for women?
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This note was uploaded on 04/01/2012 for the course PSYCHOLOGY 3356 taught by Professor Mauraryan during the Spring '12 term at Georgia State.

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