With a line. While sexual violence was by far the most frequent discussion of sex while incarcerated, Josiah, who was in relationships with men explicitly discussed being forced to have sex by other prisoners while in prison:. Interviews were conducted in private rooms at a downtown San Francisco State University office and a community field site in Oakland by two Black male-identified interviewers.
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We must advance empirically-driven understandings of the structural determinants of sexuality in carceral institutions, and deepen our understandings of the complexities of gender and sexuality in carceral settings and beyond. That would be the police part.
Given the deep bi-phobic undercurrents and hetero-normative political and economic organization of United States society, bisexuals have had to forge intentional and ongoing identity claims to be recognized — and yet these narratives serve to further marginalize non-hegemonic bisexualities i.