Precarious and Performative Play 2011 - Our Second Set of Web "Events"

Welcome. Below find a list of webpapers emerging from Precarious, Performative, Playful, Potential...Perspectives on Sex and Gender, an interdisciplinary course offered at Bryn Mawr College in Fall 2011. To conclude the second "act" of the course, "De/Meaning Sex and Gender," students are here explaining to a specific audience what's important about some dimension of the biology of gender or sexuality.

Take a look around, and feel warmly welcome to respond in the comment area available at the end of each paper. What strikes, intrigues, puzzles you...what, among your reactions, might be of interest or use to the writer, or others in the class, or others who--exploring the internet--might be in search of a thoughtful conversation about the biology of gender and sexuality?

alice.in.wonderlandAnd Tango Makes Three: Making Sense of the "Gay Penguin" Controversy
Amophrast Humans Caged like Animals in Zoos Nationwide!!! Promoting the Study of Humans as Animals
AmyMayBiological Discourse and Rape Culture at Haverford College
aybala50All "Women's" College
charlieDear Middleschoolers, Love, Charlie
chelseamGender and Sexuality in the High School Biology Classroom: Fostering Critical Thinking and Active Engagement
essieteeYou Went To School To Learn, Girl, Things You Never Ever Knew Before
GaviThe Rainbow of Sex Difference: A Snippet from a Preteen Health Book
jfwrightThe Stories We Tell Ourselves: The Beginning of a Book about Sex and Gender for Trans* and Intersex Kids
jmorgantA response to “Miss Representation 8 min. trailer:” Changing gender stereotypes by increasing visibility of female athletes
KammySex and Gender Flowchart
Katie RandallPresenting on Intersexuality-- A Template
Kim KReel Queer: A Movie Lover's Look into Films Dealing with LGBT Issues
leamirellaPublic Sex Education in the Philippines
lgleysteenGay Marriage and Reproductive Options: An argument for Gay Marriage
lwackerUncovering the Cover-up: Gay Animals are in the Zoo too.
phenomsLesson Plan : Intersex
rachelrWhat Makes Us- a response to Jordan-Young
S. YaegerAn Open Letter to The ISNA Regarding How Discussing Intersex Is Vital to Our Understanding Of Gender Identity and Vice Versa
sel209"Dex" and Diversity
ShlomoMommies, Daddies, Families
someshineYou need to learn a lesson, Alison. Love, A
venn diagramPublications from Pregnancy Education Reform

 

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