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Contents: Introduction * Researching Sexuality: Methodological Complexities * Sperm Meets Egg? Young People’s Conceptualisations of Sexual Knowledge * Sexual Subjects: Young People’s Sexual Subjectivities * ‘Like I’m Floating Somewhere Ten Feet in the Air’: Experiencing the Sexual Body * Desire, Pleasure, Power: Understanding Young People’s Sexual Relationships * Constituting a Discourse of Erotics in Sexuality Education * Closing Thoughts and Future Directions.
Allen, Louise. (2010). Young People and Sexuality Education: Rethinking key debates. Palgrave Macmillan.
Doing ‘it’: Researching Sexuality
‘They think you shouldn’t be having sex anyway’: Young People’s Critique of Sexuality Education Content
Men are from Mars and Women are from Venus? Re-thinking Gender Differences in Sexuality Education Content
‘Pleasurable pedagogy’: Young People’s Thoughts about Including ‘Pleasure’ in Sexuality Education
‘It’s not who they are it’s what they’re like’: Re-conceptualising the ‘best educator’ Debate
Sexuality Education re-Imagined? Relinquishing the Disease and Pregnancy Prevention Focus
An impossible practice? Implications for Future Sexuality Education.
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Introduction: transforming discourses of queer youth and educational practices surrounding gender, sexuality, and youth.
1. Intelligibility and narrating queer youth.
2. Martyr-target-victim: interrogating narratives of persecution and suffering among queer youth.
3. The historical regulation of sexuality and gender of students and teachers: an intertwined legacy.
4. Subject to scrutiny: taking Foucauldian genealogies to narratives of youth oppression.
5. Between sexuality and narrative: on the language of sex education.
6. Safety and subversion: the production of sexualities and genders in school spaces.
7. Scout’s honor: duty, citizenship, and the homoerotic in the Boy Scouts of America.
8. Agency in borderland discourses: engaging in gaybonics for pleasure, subversion, and retaliation.
9. Bent as a ballet dancer: the possibilities for and limits of legitimate homomasculinity in school.
10. Melancholy and the productive negotiations of power in sissy boy experience.
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