N. 2 (2016): Humosexually Speaking. Laughter and the Intersections of Gender
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La rappresentazione delle lesbiche prive di senso dell’umorismo

Pubblicato 2016-10-31

Come citare

Kulick, D. (2016). La rappresentazione delle lesbiche prive di senso dell’umorismo. De Genere - Rivista Di Studi Letterari, Postcoloniali E Di Genere, (2). Recuperato da https://www.degenere-journal.it/index.php/degenere/article/view/41

Abstract

Il seguente contributo esplora come il senso dell’umorismo sia realizzato da un punto di vista sociale, concentrandoci in particolar modo sul caso delle lesbiche. Mentre gli uomini omosessuali sono spesso stereotipati come sempre pronti alla battuta e come espressione di un umorismo sempre esilarante, le lesbiche sono stereotipate in senso opposto, come creature fredde, poco divertenti e prive di senso dell’umorismo. Perchà©? Come si è sviluppato tale stereotipo? Le lesbiche sono davvero prive di senso dell’umorismo oppure le lesbiche, in realtà , ridono e fanno battute? Che tipo di conseguenze seguono dall’affermare che un intero gruppo di persone è privo di senso dell’umorismo?

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