Justice Policy Institute. If they find out - if they find out your sexual orientation is you go both ways you can really get caught up… Especially in prison you want to keep your manhood. Charmaz, K. Mass Incarceration: The Whole Pie.
Journal of Prisoners on Prisons4 21. Sexual coercion was described within a context of both prisoner and institutional violence.
Il est aussi possible de jouer avec la grille de 25 cases. Santa Clara University. This paper aims to contribute to understandings of sexuality in the carceral context through the relationship narratives of a group of men whose sexuality has historically been vilified through institutions of incarceration and their accompanying tropes.
American Journal of Public Health1— Men described gender as a resource they harnessed in order to perform, replicate, or otherwise demonstrate acceptable forms of hetero sexuality.
We ask how experiences of sexuality and gender — in particular, masculinities - are structured alongside racism in and through carceral settings. The sample of 48 interviews of men with incarceration histories was analyzed for this paper. Jenness, V. Journal of Urban Health88 4— Stevens, A.
Philadelphia: Temple University Press.
In this sense, heterosexuality is a resource accessible to some men who describe various forms of gender performativity to enact acceptable hetero sexualities. If faced with threats or coercion, people talked about the importance of fighting back or standing up so as not to be seen as weak and therefore open to further harassment.