Articles with tag: Enrico Palandri

“Polimorfi e poligami e un po’ anche polipi.”

Representations of Ambiguous Masculinity in Late 1970s Bologna

In the early 1970s, as women’s studies and the emerging academic field of queer studies challenged the essentialist assumptions of sociological sex role theory, [1] a major impact among heterosexual men from leftist-alternative and academic circles was also clearly noticeable. Against the backdrop of second-wave feminism and LGBTQ+ movements, quite a few of these men began to participate in the discussion, as a prompt to reflect explicitly on their own […]