Identidades de sexo en Francia y la opinion del Estado sobre el género

Abstract : As the American historian Joan Scott puts it, gender is a historical category of analysis which is constantly evolving through time and social spaces. The author intends to cope with the historicity of gender through the double question of transsexual/transgender people which caught increasing visibility in France in the last twenty years, specifically around three distinct areas: Trans social movements, the medical and psychiatric arena, and law. The contemporary trend in favor of depathologizing Trans identity leads the French legislator to take into account gender identity which manifests through the hearings French Parliament is holding these days. The author proposes to question the institutional thought of gender that ensues its introduction in French law
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Alexandre Jaunait. Identidades de sexo en Francia y la opinion del Estado sobre el género. Sexologia y Sociedad, CENESEX, 2013, 19 (51), ⟨⟩. ⟨halshs-01344275⟩



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