38: Men, Women, and Everyone Else

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May 1998: In this issue, we take the idea of gender and fuck with it.
38: Men, Women, and Everyone Else Introduction: Bad Gender
In this issue, we take the idea of gender and fuck with it.
38: Men, Women, and Everyone Else Strapped Down: Chinese Women and the Logic of American Feminism
Juliette Guilbert
American women -- disadvantaged residents of one of the poorest, most troubled cities in the nation -- had a strong sense that their own position, compared to the abject victimized status of "Chinese women."
38: Men, Women, and Everyone Else Heterosexual Love
Annalee Newitz
If recent Hollywood heterosexuals are sacrificing a wish to make everyone straight, they are only doing it because they have a chance to absorb everyone into conservative family-driven communities.
38: Men, Women, and Everyone Else Pornography as Sacred Language, Or Why No One Gives Up Sex for Lent
Brian Duff
Sexual meaning, empty as it may seem, has clawed into the iron cage and taken the place that religious meaning left behind.
38: Men, Women, and Everyone Else Matthew Barney's Blarney: Sartoriasis and Self-Spectacle in Contemporary Art
Mark Van Proyen
Matthew Barney's work has always been earmarked by an obsession with the excruciating ambivalence of half-way points between semioticized hieroglyphs and actual beings.
38: Men, Women, and Everyone Else Outside In: The Failings of Alternative Communities
Kim Nicolini
I've always been "different," been one of those people that never quite fits in and is therefore labeled as "weird."
38: Men, Women, and Everyone Else Virtual Missing Children
Mike Mosher
Mailbox Values (previously ADVO) has been sending out virtual images of missing children to suburban residences about once a week for a decade.
38: Men, Women, and Everyone Else Getting Personal With the President and Other People
Jonathan Sterne
Presidential biographies take up a sizable space in the U.S. History section at commercial bookstores, and stories about the presidents appear regularly on television documentaries.

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