By Linden Lewis
This quantity offers an attractive interdisciplinary method of the research of gender and sexual kinfolk within the Caribbean. Essays from sociological, literary, old, and political technology ways hide the Hispanic-, French-, and English-speaking Caribbean parts and tackle issues similar to sexuality, homosexuality, tradition, the physique, the prestige of ladies, and the broader social relatives that tell those subjects.
Exploring the Intersections of Gender, Sexuality, and tradition within the Caribbean: An Introduction
Part 1. Theoretical Mediations on Gender within the Caribbean
1. Theorizing Ruptures in Gender structures and the venture of Modernity within the 20th Century Caribbean, by means of Violet Eudine Barriteau
2. The Globalization of the Discourse on Gender and Its effect at the Caribbean, via Hilbourne Watson
3. Caribbean Masculinity: Unpacking the Narrative, by way of Linden Lewis
Part 2. The Political Terrain of Gender and Sexuality
4. A Blueprint for Gender in Creole Trinidad: Exploring Gender Mythology via Calypsos of the Nineteen Twenties and Nineteen Thirties, through Patricia Mohammed
5. well known Imageries of Gender and Sexuality: bad and Working-Class Haitian Women's Discourses at the Use in their our bodies, through Carolle Charles
6. "The notorious Crime opposed to Nature": structures of Heterosexuality and Lesbian Subversions in Puerto Rico, through Elizabeth Crespo-Kebler
Part three. Sexual Orientation and Male Socialization within the Caribbean
7. The position of the road within the Socialization of Caribbean men, by way of Barry Chevannes
8. Masculinity and tool in Puerto Rico, by means of Rafael Ramírez
9. Queering Cuba: Male Homosexuality within the brief Fiction of Manuel Granados, through Conrad James
Part four. Gender, Sexuality, and ancient Considerations
10. suffering from a constitution: Gender, business enterprise, and Discourse, by means of Glyne Griffith
11. "It damage a great deal on the Time": Patriarchy, Rape tradition, and the Slave Body-Semiotic, by means of Joseph C. Dorsey
Linden Lewis is affiliate professor of sociology and anthropology at Bucknell college and the writer of diverse articles at the Caribbean.
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The pursuit of equality under these conditions guarantees permanent inequality. Instead the concept of gender justice can be used as an analytical tool to interrogate developments within society and how these affect women or men. For there to be gender injustice, conditions of injustice do not have to exist for both sex groups. For example, there is no gender justice if women face ongoing overt or covert attempts to maintain their subordination. 6 There is no conflation of justice for women or men with gender justice, since the existence of the latter is premised on the presence of the former.
As feminists we are challenged to problematize and publicize possible openings and insist that policy makers occupy them to subvert the legacy and transform existing practices. Therefore I avoid blaming colonial powers for the continuities in the modern constitution of asymmetric relations of gender, even though the colonial relationship bequeathed a particular legacy. As it relates to maintaining unjust gender systems, I argue that states have choices and they choose to maintain unjust gender systems because these satisfy specific, indigenously defined objectives of state interests.
This misconstrues my argument, which is simply that the historical and contemporary evidence exposes injustices for women, and to the extent that injustices exist, the system as a whole is unjust. For the skeptics, imagining this requires making an ideological transition that is extremely difficult for women and men steeped in the seeming naturalness of patriarchal practices that they do not wish to see disturbed. Sidney Mintz captures the implied “naturalness” of patriarchal resilience when he writes: Which male professional among us seriously entertains the possibility that where his equally professional wife works is more important than where he works?