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Annfelt, Trine. (2002). More gender equality - bigger breasts? Battles over gender and the body. Nora: Nordic Journal of Women’s Studies, Volume 10 Number 3, December.

Atkinson, Michael. (2002). Pretty in Ink: Conformity, Resistance and Negotiation in Women’s Tattooing. Sex Roles, 47: 5/6, pp. 219-33.

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Braun, V. & Ensler, E. (2001). Public talk about ‘private parts’. In M. Crawford & R-. K. Unger (Eds.), In our own words: Writings from women’s lives (2nd ed., pp. 288-293). New York: McGraw-Hill.

Braun, V., & Kitzinger, C. (2001). ‘Snatch’, ‘hole’, or ‘honey pot’? Semantic categories and the problem of non-specificity in female genital slang. Journal of Sex Research, 38, 146-158.

Braun, V., & Kitzinger, C. (2001). Telling it straight? Dictionary definitions of women’s genitals. Journal of Sociolinguistics, 5, 214-232.

Braun, V., & Kitzinger, C. (2001). The perfectible vagina: Size matters. Culture Health & Sexuality, 3, 263-277.

Braun, V., & Wilkinson, S. (2001). Socio-cultural representations of the vagina. Journal of Reproductive and Infant Psychology, 19, 17-32.

Braun, V., & Wilkinson, S. (2003). The vagina: Liability or asset? POWS Review, 5, 28-42.

Braun, V., & Wilkinson, S. (2004). Socio-cultural representations of the vagina. In M. Stombler, D. M. Baunach, E. O. Burgess, D. Donnelly and W. Simonds (Eds.), Sex matters: The sexuality and society reader (pp. 230-240). Boston: Allyn & Bacon.

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Braun, Virginia, and Sue Wilkinson (2005). Vagina equals woman? On genitals and gendered identity. Women’s Studies International Forum, Volume 28, Issue 6, November-December: 509-522.

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Cahill, Ann J. (2000). Foucault, Rape, and the Construction of the Feminine Body. Hypatia, 15(1), Winter

Canning, Kathleen. (1999). The Body as Method? Reflections on the place of the body in gender history. Gender & History, 11(3), November.

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Chambers, S. A. (2007). ‘Sex’ and the Problem of the Body: Reconstructing Judith Butler’s Theory of Sex/Gender. Body & Society, 13(4): 47-75.

Charlotte, N. M., M. M. Patrick, and L. B. Leann. (2004). Understanding Women’s Body Satisfaction: The Role of Husbands. Sex Roles, 51(3-4): 209.

Choi, Precilla. (2000). Femininity and the Physically Active Woman. Routledge.

Coleman, R. (2008). The Becoming of Bodies -- Girls, media effects, and body image. Feminist Media Studies, 8(2): 163 - 179.

Conaglen, H. M. and J. V. Conaglen (2008). The impact of erectile dysfunction on female partners: a qualitative investigation. Sexual and Relationship Therapy, 23(2): 147 - 156.

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Doyle, J. (2008). The Spectre of the Scalpel: The Historical Role of Surgery and Anatomy in Conceptions of Embodiment. Body & Society, 14(1): 9-30.

Doyle, J. and K. Roen (2008). Surgery and Embodiment: Carving Out Subjects. Body & Society, 14(1): 1-7.

Dozier, Raine. (2005). Beards, Breasts, and Bodies: Doing Sex in a Gendered World. Gender & Society, Vol. 19, No. 3, June.

Dupr, John. (2001). Evolution and Gender. Women: a Cultural Review, Volume 12, Number 1, March.

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Eagly, A. H. (2018). The Shaping of Science by Ideology: How Feminism Inspired, Led, and Constrained Scientific Understanding of Sex and Gender. Journal of Social Issues, 74(4), 871-888. doi:10.1111/josi.12291Eaton, A. A., & Rose, S. M. (2013). The application of biological, evolutionary, and sociocultural frameworks to issues of gender in introductory psychology textbooks. Sex roles, 69(9-10), 536-542.

Erika, S.-E. (2004). Little Girls in Women’s Bodies: Social Interaction and the Strategizing of Early Breast Development. Sex Roles, 51(1/2): 29.

Fausto-Sterling, Anne, Patricia Adair Gowaty, and Marlene Zuk. (1997). Evolutionary Psychology and Darwinian Feminism (Review essay), Feminist Studies, 23(2), Summer.

Fensham, Rachel. (2005). Beyond Corporeal Feminism: Thinking Performance at the End of the Twentieth Century. Women: a Cultural Review, 16(3), Winter.

Fingerson, Laura. (2006). Girls in Power: Gender, Body, and Menstruation in Adolescence. New York: State University of New York Press.

Francis, Richard C. (2004). Why Men Won’t Ask for Directions: The Seductions of Sociobiology. Princeton, New Jersey: Princeton University Press.

Franckenstein, Frauke. (1997). Making up Cher: A Media Analysis of the Politics of the Female Body. European Journal of Women’s Studies, Volume 4 Issue 1, February.

Fraser, S. (2008). Hooked on the abstract: Cosmetic surgery, sociology and feminist theory [Review essay]. Australian Feminist Studies, 23(55): 159-162.

Frost, Liz. (2003). Doing Bodies Differently? Gender, Youth, Appearance and Damage. Journal of Youth Studies, 6(1), March, pp. 53-70.

Frueh, Joanna, Judith Stein, and Laurie Fierstein. (eds.). (2000). Picturing the Modern Amazon. Rizzoli.

Gilbert, S, Keery, H, & Thompson, JK, 2005. ‘The media’s role in body image and eating disorders’, in E Cole and J H Daniel (eds) Featuring Females: Feminist Analyses of the Media, American Psychological Association, Washington DC, pp. 41 – 56.

Gimlin, D. (2007). Accounting for Cosmetic Surgery in the USA and Great Britain: A Cross-cultural Analysis of Women’s Narratives. Body & Society, 13(1): 41-60.

Glenn, E. N. (2008). Yearning for Lightness: Transnational Circuits in the Marketing and Consumption of Skin Lighteners. Gender & Society, 22(3): 281-302.

Gowaty, Patricia Adair. (ed). (1997). Feminism and Evolutionary Biology. New York: Chapman & Hall

Green, F. J. (2005). From clitoridectomies to ‘designer vaginas’: The medical construction of heteronormative female bodies and sexuality through female genital cutting. Sexualities, Evolution & Gender, 7(2): 153-187.

Hammers, M. L. (2006). Talking About “Down There”: The Politics of Publicizing the Female Body through The Vagina Monologues. Women’s Studies in Communication, 29(2): 220.

Hamming, J. E. (2001). Dildonics, Dykes and the Detachable Masculine. European Journal of Women’s Studies, 8(3): 329-341.

Heywood, Leslie. (1996). Dedication to Hunger: The Anorexic Aesthetic in Modern Culture. Univ California Press.

Heywood, Leslie. (1997). Bodymakers: A Cultural Anatomy of Women’s Body Building. New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press.

Ho, Petula Sik Ying, and Adolf Ka Tat Tsang (2005). Beyond the vagina-clitoris debate: From naming the genitals to reclaiming the woman’s body. Women’s Studies International Forum, Volume 28, Issue 6, November-December: 523-534.

Howarth, C., Hayes, J., Simonis, M., & Temple-Smith, M. (2016). ‘Everything’s Neatly Tucked Away’: Young Women’s Views on Desirable Vulval Anatomy. Culture, Health & Sexuality, 18(12), 1363-1378. 10.1080/13691058.2016.1184315

Hypatia. (2005). Spring, Vol. 20, Iss. 2;
Anthropological, Social, and Moral Limitations of a Multiplicity of Genders / Hilge Landweer.
Asymmetrical Genders: Phenomenological Reflections on Sexual Difference / Silvia Stoller.
Body and Gender within the Stratifications of the Social Imaginary / Alice Pechriggl.
Anarchic Bodies: Foucault and the Feminist Question of Experience / Johanna Oksala.

Janicke, T., Häderer, I. K., Lajeunesse, M. J., & Anthes, N. (2016). Darwinian Sex Roles Confirmed across the Animal Kingdom. Science Advances, 2(2).

Johnston, Jessica R. (ed). (2001). The American Body in Context: An anthology. Wilmington, Del.: Scholarly Resources.
Firm but Shapely, Fit but Sexy, Strong but Thin: The Postmodern Aerobicizing Female Bodies / Pirkko Markula (pp. 273-310).

Kember, Sarah. (2001). Resisting the New Evolutionism. Women: a Cultural Review, Volume 12, Number 1, March.

King, Debra Walker. (ed.). (2000). Body Politics and the Fictional Double. Indiana University Press.

Kissling, Elizabeth Arveda. (2006). Capitalising on the Curse: The Business of Menstruation. London, Boulder, CO: Lynne Rienner Publishers.

Klysing, A. (2020). Exposure to Scientific Explanations for Gender Differences Influences Individuals’ Personal Theories of Gender and Their Evaluations of a Discriminatory Situation. Sex Roles, 82(5), 253-265. doi:10.1007/s11199-019-01060-wLancaster, Roger N. (2003). The Trouble with Nature: Sex in Science and Popular Culture. University of California Press.
Introduction. Culture Wars, Nature Wars: A Report from the Front.
1. In the Beginning, Nature.
2. The Normal Body.
3. The Human Design.
4. Our Animals, Our Selves.
5. The Science Question: Cultural Preoccupations and Social Struggles.
6. Sexual Selection: Eager, Aggressive Boy Meets Coy, Choosy Girl.
7. The Selfish Gene.
8. Genomania and Heterosexual Fetishism.
9. Biological Beauty and the Straight Arrow of Desire.
10. Homo Faber, Family Man.
11. T-Power.
12. Nature’s Marriage Laws.
13. Marooned on Survivor Island.
14. Selective Affinities: Commonalities and Differences in the Family of.
15. The Social Body.
16. The Practices of Sex.
17. This Queer Body.
18. The Biology of the Homosexual.
19. Desire Is Not a “Thing”.
20. Familiar Patterns, Dangerous Liaisons.
21. “Nature” in Quotation Marks.
22. Money’s Subject.
23. History and Historicity Flow through the Body Politic.
24. The Politics of Dread and Desire.
25. Sex and Citizenship in the Age of Flexible Accumulation.
An Open-Ended Conclusion

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McCaughey, Martha. (2007). The Caveman Mystique: Pop-Darwinism and the Debates Over Sex, Violence, and Science. Routledge.

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McElvaine, Robert S. (2001). Eve’s Seed: Biology, the Sexes, and the Course of History. New York: McGraw-Hill.

McWhorter, Ladelle. (1999). Bodies and Pleasures: Foucault and the Politics of Sexual Normalization. Indiana University Press.

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Tolman, Deborah L. (ed.) (2006). Sexuality Research and Social Policy, Dec., Vol. 3, No. 4, Special Issue: Through a Lens of Embodiment: New Research From the Center for Research on Gender and Sexuality.
Introduction to Special Issue: Through a Lens of Embodiment: New Research From the Center for Research on Gender and Sexuality / Deborah L. Tolman (1-7).
Dis/Embodied Voices: What Late-Adolescent Girls Can Teach Us About Objectification and Sexuality / Celeste Hirschman, Emily A. Impett, Deborah Schooler (8-20).
On Bodies and Research: Transgender Issues in Health and HIV Research Articles / Rita M. Melendez, Lathem A. Bonem, Robert Sember (21-38).
Minding the Body: Yoga, Embodiment, and Well-Being / Emily A. Impett, Jennifer J. Daubenmier, Allegra L. Hirschman (39-48).
Setting Rules or Sitting Down: Parental Mediation of Television Consumption and Adolescent Self-Esteem, Body Image, and Sexuality / Deborah Schooler, Janna L. Kim, Lynn Sorsoli (49-62).

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Unger, Rhoda. (ed.). (2007) Feminism & Psychology, Special feature: ‘Toward a Redefinition of Sex and Gender, November, Vol. 17, No. 4.
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It Made Us Think Differently: Unger’s ‘Toward a Redefinition of Sex and Gender’ / Carmen Poulin (435-441).
The Subtleties of Meaning: Still Arguing After All These Years / Joan C. Chrisler (442-446).
On the Necessity of Distinguishing Between Sex and Gender / Marie-France Pichevin and Marie-Claude Hurtig (447-452).
Adding Gender to the Mix: A Commentary on ‘Toward a Redefinition of Sex and Gender’ / Meredith M. Kimball (453-458).
Feminist Questions, Feminist Answers: Towards a Redefinition / Alexandra Rutherford (459-464).
Redefinition Reviewed: What ‘Toward a Redefinition of Sex and Gender’ Can Offer Today / Rose Capdevila (465-469).
Meanings of Sex and Gender for a New Generation of Feminist Psychologists / Alyssa N. Zucker and Joan M. Ostrove (470-474).
Reconsidering ‘Sex’ and ‘Gender’: two Steps Forward, One Step Back / Eileen L. Zurbriggen and Aurora M. Sherman (475-480).
From Sex to gender and Back Again: Co-optation of a Feminist Language Reform / Mary Crawford and Annie Fox (481-486).
Afterword: From Inside and Out: Reflecting on a Feminist Politics of Gender in Psychology / Rhoda K. Unger (487-494).

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Women’s Studies, Volume 34 Number 3-4/April-June 2005;
Introduction. Body Works: Transgressions and Transformations / Sam Murray and Cathy Hawkins.
Feminism, Technology and Body Projects / Victoria Pitts.
Body/Mine: A Chaos Narrative of Cyborg Subjectivities and Liminal Experiences / Annette Gough.
Doing Politics or Selling Out? Living the Fat Body / Samantha Murray.
‘How does she do that?’ Belly Dancing and the Horror of a Flexible Woman / Virginia Keft-Kennedy.
The Well-Tempered Breast: Fostering Fluidity in Breastly Meaning and Function / Fiona Giles.
Unreformed Bodies: Normative Anxiety and the Denial of Pleasure / Margrit Shildrick.

Wyer, Mary, and Laura Severin. (eds.). (2000). NWSA Journal. Special Issue: The Science and Politics of the Search for Sex Differences. 12(3), Fall. Includes;
Laura Severin and Mary Wyer / The Science and Politics of the Search for Sex Differences: Editorial.
Celia Roberts / Biological Behavior? Hormones, Psychology, and Sex.
Karen Messing, Katherine Lippel, Diane Demers, And Donna Mergler / Equality and Difference in the Workplace: Physical Job Demands, Occupational Illnesses, and Sex Differences.
Rebecca M. Herzig / The Woman Beneath the Hair: Treating Hypertrichosis, 1870-1930 / 50.
Heather Lee Miller / Sexologists Examine Lesbians and Prostitutes in the United States, 1840-1940.
Laura Briggs And Jodi I. Kelber-Kaye / “There Is No Unauthorized Breeding in Jurassic Park”: Gender and the Uses of Genetics.
Bernice L. Hausman / Do Boys Have to Be Boys? Gender, Narrativity, and the John/Joan Case.
Marta L. Wayne / Walking a Tightrope: The Feminist Life of a Drosophilia Biologist.
Cynthia Kraus / Naked Sex in Exile: On the Paradox of the “Sex Question” in Feminism and

Zinn, Maxine Baca, Pierrette Hondagneu-Sotelo, and Michael A. Messner. (eds.). (2005). Through the Prism of Difference: Readings on Sex and Gender. 3rd edition. Oxford University Press.
7. Jane Sprague Zones / Beauty Myths and Realities and Their Impact on Women’s Health.
8. Nomy Lamm / It’s a Big Fat Revolution.
9. Tamara Beauboeuf-Lafontant / Strong and Large Black Women? Exploring Relationships Between Deviant Womanhood and Weight.
10. Jen’nan Ghazal Read and John P. Bartkowski / To Veil or Not to Veil? A Case Study of Identity Negotiation Among Muslim Women in Austin, Texas.
11. Don Sabo / Doing Time, Doing Masculinity: Sports in Prison.
12. Betsy Lucal / What it Means to be Gendered Me: Life on the Boundaries of a Dichotomous Gender System.