By Tessa Wright
Examining women’s various reports of male-dominated paintings, this ground-breaking e-book explores what sexuality and gender capability to ladies operating within the building and delivery industries. utilizing debts from heterosexual ladies and lesbians operating in specialist, guide and operational roles, Gender and Sexuality in Male-Dominated Occupations adopts an intersectional method of learn virtue and drawback at the foundation of gender, sexuality and occupational classification in those sectors. Drawing on interviews and concentration teams, the writer examines why girls decide to input male-dominated industries, their stories of office family members, their use of women’s help networks and alternate unions, and the interface among domestic and paintings lives. providing overseas and UK-based examples of potent interventions to extend women’s participation in male-dominated paintings, this significant publication highlights the necessity for political will to take on women’s underrepresentation, and indicates instructions for the longer term.
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In the UK, Wall (2004) reflected on her experiences of the manual trades during the 1970s and 1980s, also noting the predominance of 2 Gender, Sexuality and Occupation in Male-Dominated Work 31 lesbians, who she believed must have made up at least 50 % of the organisation representing tradeswomen, Women and Manual Trades, at the time. However, she notes the pressures to ‘pass as straight’: The prospect of being an ‘out’ lesbian in the macho world of construction was never a great ambition for any of us.
The third wave, taken to be the last decade or so, shifts the focus onto how organisations address sexual and gender diversity in the workplace, shaped by legislative advances and attitudinal shifts in many countries. This period also saw a developing interest in the diversity of LGBT experience on the basis of ethnicity and class, and attention to intersectionality. ). 1 Disclosure of Minority Sexuality The question of concealing or revealing minority sexuality is a key feature that distinguishes it from gender or ethnicity, and is therefore a focus of much of the literature on lesbians and gay men at work, examining the extent to which individuals are open about their sexuality or ‘out’ at work and the strategies used to reveal or conceal their sexuality (Day and Schoenrade 2000; Woods and Lucas 1993).
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