volume 31, issue 1, P51-73 2016
DOI: 10.1177/0891243216679934
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Abstract: This study draws on semistructured interviews with 19 white, rural, straight-identified men who have sex with men to understand how they perceive their gender and sexuality. It is among the first to use straight men's own narratives, and helps address the underrepresentation of rural masculinities research. Through complex interpretive processes, participants reworked non-normative sexual practices-those usually antithetical to rural masculinities-to construct normative masculinity. Most chose other masculine,…

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