Being a sperm donor : masculinity, sexuality, and biosociality in Denmark /
What does it mean to be a man in our biomedical day and age' Through ethnographic explorations of the everyday lives of Danish sperm donors, Being a Sperm Donor explores how masculinity and sexuality are reconfigured in a time in which the norms and logics of (reproductive) biomedicine have bec...
New York :
|Series:||Fertility, reproduction, and sexuality ;
v. 40. |
Table of Contents:
- Introduction: being a sperm donor
- Becoming a sperm donor: conceptual pathways
- Regimes of living: donating semen and the pleasure of morality
- Affective investments: masturbation and the pleasure of control
- Biosocial relatedness: being connected and the pleasure of responsibility
- The limits of biosocial subjectivation: male shame and the displeasure of gender normativity
- Conclusion: biosocial subjectivation reconsidered.