Render me, gender me: lesbians talk sex, class, color, nation, studmuffins ...

by Kath Weston

Hardcover, 1996


In day-to-day life, people often act as if they know exactly what they mean by boys and girls, masculine and feminine, butch and femme. Render Me, Gender Me challenges comfortable assumptions about gender by weaving Kath Weston's own thought-provoking commentary together with the voices of lesbians from a variety of race and class backgrounds.


Ruth Benedict Prize (Winner — 1997)


Columbia University Press, New York, (1996), 215 pages

Call number

306.7 WES


Physical description

215 p.; 9.32 inches
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