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- Queers, Sissies, Dykes, and Tomboys: Deconstructing the Conflation of "Sex," "Gender," and "Sexual Orientation" in Euro-American Law and Society
- Francisco Valdes
- California Law Review, Vol. 83, No. 1 (Jan., 1995), pp. 1-377
- Subjects: Feminist & Women's Studies, Law, Sociology
- Key terms: gay, scout, sexual, lesbian, sissy, gender, conflation, supra, military, atypicality, homosexual, boy, orientation, homosexuality, minority, tomboy, policy, queer, woman, leg, sex, male, exclusionary, shilts, butch
- CiteRank: 0.535
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