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Their relationship gradually becomes a problem, and it is sabotaged by the pressure of its own definition, as well as the pressure for Mitch and 46 Deconstructing Sexual Identities in Daniel MacIvor’s A Beautiful View ______________________________________________________________ Liz to define their sexual identity. Yet, does the refusal to define and label sexual identity deconstruct the concept itself? Does it also deconstruct sexuality? 2 Thus, if sexuality is discursively constructed, the question that arises is: if a woman has a relationship with another woman, does she deconstruct her sexuality by refusing to sexually define herself, by denying her desire?
43. 9 Department of Trade and Industry, Final Regulatory Impact Assessment: Civil Partnership Act, 2004. HMSO, London, 2004, p. 17. 10 W Labov, Language in the Inner City, Philadelphia University Press Philadelphia, 1972. 11 The names of all participants in the research study have been changed to maintain anonymity. ’ Feminism and Psychology, Vol 14, Issue 1, 2004, pp. 101-126. , Feminism, the Family and the Politics of the Closet: Lesbian and Gay Displacement. Oxford University Press, Oxford, 2000.
One of these couples was about to have their civil partnership ceremony and all the other participants were already civil partners. All couples were interviewed jointly as a means of enabling couples to work together to construct narratives of their experience of civil partnership. The data extracts set out below, reflect the joint approach taken by couples in the research sample to constructing and interpreting narratives on civil partnership. 10 4. Couples’ Perspectives on Civil Partnership The next section of this chapter will consider the articulation of Foucauldian themes of regulation, discipline and control as revealed in the research data.
Examining Aspects of Sexualities and the Self by Edited by Gemma Clarke, Fiona McQueen, Michaela Pnacekova & Sabrina Sahli