Machine generated contents note: Introduction; Part I. Gender, Sexuality, and the State: 1. Family and state: the separation of the sexes; 2. Traffic in women and the problem of single men; 3. Gender relations in politics and law; Part II. Gender, Sexuality, and the Body: 4. The body in medicine, art, and sport; 5. Adorning, displaying, concealing, and altering the body; 6. Abandoning the body: female suicide and female infanticide; Part III. Gender, Sexuality, and the ’Other’: 7. Same-sex relationships and trans-gendered performance; 8. Sexuality in the creative imagination; 9. Sexuality and the ’other’; Conclusion: gender, sexuality and, citizenship.
"Susan Mann focuses on the often neglected issue of the transformation of sexuality and gender in China, from the late imperial times to modern times"-- Provided by publisher..
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