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  1. Early Puberty, ‘Sexualization’ and Feminism.Celia Roberts - 2013 - European Journal of Women's Studies 20 (2):138-154.
    Early onset puberty is increasingly prevalent among girls globally according to many scientists and clinicians. In the medical and scientific literature early sexual development is described as a problem for girls and as a frightening prospect for parents. News media and popular environmentalist accounts amplify these figurations, raising powerful concerns about the sexual predation of early developing girls by men and boys and the loss of childhood innocence. In this article the author frames one feminist approach to early puberty, arguing (...)
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  • Re-Considering the Turn to Biology in Feminist Theory.Samantha Frost - 2014 - Feminist Theory 15 (3):307-326.
    This article argues that feminist theorists should conceive of the life sciences not only as a factual resource but also as a figural resource. It proposes that in shifting our conceptual orientation to biological science from fact to figure, feminists will be able to give theoretical life to scientific findings about the ways in which social environments and material habitats are processes integral to our development, growth, and social and political well-being. The figuration of ourselves as specifically biocultural creatures will (...)
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