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With a personal , you can read up to articles each month for free. Already have an ? Log in. Log in through your institution. This article argues for the utility of psychoanalytic theory within the sociology of gender for exploring subjective meaning. Using data drawn from indepth interviews of 83 heterosexual young men and women, the author connects the degree to which the subject expresses agency within sexual encounters to their subjective experience of gender—that is, to the specific meaning including raced and classed meaning and dominant emotions conscious and unconscious that the subject attributes to masculinity and femininity.
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