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George B. Cunningham, Erin Buzuvis, and Chris Mosier

. Inquiring “What pronouns do you use?” is usually a considerate and appropriate question to ask when an individual’s pronouns are not known. Relatedly, gender expression represents the manner in which “one chooses to indicate one’s gender identity to others through behavior and appearance, which includes

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Marja Kokkonen

a 24-page online survey between June and September 2011 regarding perceived discrimination based on their sexual orientation, gender identity or gender expression in the context of competitive and recreational sports in Finland over the past year. Their age varied from 14 to 61 years (average = 27

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Katie Rodgers

their sexual identity. In periods of high homohysteria, there are more rigid gender expectations. In a culture or time with low homohysteria, there is more freedom of gender expression. One of the great strengths of the book is the historical context Anderson provides in making sense of how homohysteria

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Kristi A. Allain

traditional and its related gender expression not as a product of the past, but as something that is deeply embedded in the social relations of the present ( Everitt-Penhale & Ratele, 2015 ). Ratele ( 2018 ) is interested in the ways that “ cultural traditions knock against other social forces and

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Katie Sullivan Barak, Chelsea A. Kaunert, Vikki Krane, and Sally R. Ross

. While no one specifically mentioned sexuality, their comments dance around her masculine-perceived gender expression. Siara (12-year-old Black volleyball player) noted, “at first it looked like a boy.” Anthony (14-year-old, White basketball player), who selected this image as his least favorite

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Julie Minikel-Lacocque

people by ascribing them feminine and masculine characteristics” (p. 242). Gender expression can be defined as “how individuals convey their gender through outward behaviors, comportment, name, pronouns, clothing, attitude, hair style, etc.” (p. 242). Sex assigned at birth , which may or may not

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Sofía Pereira-García, Elena López-Cañada, and Agnes Elling-Machartzki

with mainstream gender expressions can experience their benefits but in which “queers can flourish, experience pleasure, and be successful” (p. 11). Despite these suggestions, as far as we know, queer dance has not been introduced in PE and PESTE. In this paper, we embrace the pedagogical (im

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Shannon S. C. Herrick and Lindsay R. Duncan

specific subgroups among SMW explained by a butch–femme continuum, which endorse different variations of SMW-specific body norms. 19 , 33 Garbers et al 33 conducted focus groups with SMW who participated in healthy weight interventions and reported that in 7 of 11 focus groups, gender expression was

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Tsz Lun (Alan) Chu, Ellea Bachmeier, and Taylor Mair

based on perceived gender because the CMPC profiles did not provide information about gender identities or pronouns. Specifically, perceived gender was determined using gender expression, how a person expresses their gender identity, by examining the CMPCs’ profiles and webpages that had their names and

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Shannon S.C. Herrick and Lindsay R. Duncan

) self-identified as LGBTQ+, (c) were able to read and write in English, and (d) had access to the Internet. Data were collected about participants’ age, ethnicity, highest level of education, annual household income, relationship status, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, and how many years they