Journal article

Trans men's sexual narrative-practices: Introducing STS to trans and sexuality studies

JR Latham

Sexualities | SAGE PUBLICATIONS INC | Published : 2016

University of Melbourne Researchers

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This essay was made what it is via dense intellectual dialogue with Steven Angelides and Bronwyn Wilson. Earlier drafts were also insightfully critiqued by Fran Martin, Kiran Pienaar and Catherine Barrett. A short version of this essay was first presented at the Sexuality Studies Association conference in May 2014 as the paper 'How to Have Trans Sex,' and was awarded the prize 'Best paper by a graduate student'. Travel to this conference was made possible by the Harold Mitchell Postgraduate Travelling Fellowship. Discussing my work with members of the SSA, in particular Dan Irving, Melissa Autumn White, Elise Chenier, Diane Naugler and Matthew Halse, helped fuel this publication. The work described herein draws from a larger Ph.D. study into trans men's sexualities, which is supported by an Australian Postgraduate Award.