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education administrator with a club foot, took a moment to struggle through the significance of the relationship between sexuality and physical ability, grappling with why these culturally-constituted categories demand our attention:
i mean sexuality is a very loaded thing
particularly for disabled people
you know i think in lots of ways
because that’s such a fundamental part
of how we come to acknowledge and validate ourselves
and that’s an important part in how we find value
within culture you know?
this essay will move through this “fundamentalpart” of what it means to be human, specifically what it means to performmasculinity through a physically disabled male body
 1masculinity is not a “natural character type, behavioral average, a norm … [but] is simultaneously a place in gender relations, the practices through which men and women engage that place in gender, and the effects of these practices on bodily experience, personality, and culture” (connell, 2005, p
each narrator’s story of being a physically disabled male emerges intertwined with cultural understandings of embodiment and deeply engrained understandings of hegemonic masculinities
connell (2005) defines hegemonic masculinity as “… the currently accepted answer to the problem of the legitimacy of patriarchy, which guarantees, (or is taken to guarantee) the dominant position of men and the subordination of women” (p
as hatfield (2010) explains this perpetuated argument materializes in an intricate web of cultural performance:
hegemonic masculinity identifies the hegemonic position of males within many western cultures and argues that men’s multiple performed masculinities grapple for power along a continuum … with hegemonic masculinity, masculinity becomes much more complex than sex role arguments — combining ethnicity, sexuality, economic power, and personal characteristics to determine status (528)
the physically disabled male body provides a means to grapple with the components of embodiment and cultural interpretations of masculinity because “disability is defined not as a set of observable, predictable traits — like racialized or gendered features — but rather as any departure from an unstated physical and functional norm,” as a result “disability highlights difference” (thomson, 1997, p
the narrators included in this study move upon a spectrum of physical ability, personality, size, and socioeconomic identity
living through bodies culturally categorized as “atypical” and in turn continually evoke the attention of others, the narrators remain attentive to how their physical bodies interplay with other identity markers, crystallizing the multifaceted constitution of hegemonic masculinity in daily performances of embodied personal identity
butler (1990) asserts that gender is not a characteristic of our bodies to observe but an ongoing performance, a pursuit of a culturally-constituted norm at which we can never fully arrive
in turn, gender, as a cultural constitution, exists as we perform and re-perform it; “only real to the extent it is performed” by our bodies through daily interactions (p
as connell articulates in regards to masculine identity, “there is an irreducible bodily dimension in experience and practice … bodily experience is often central in memories of our own lives, and thus our understanding of who and what we are” (p
our daily performances of self are contingent upon our bodies; they rely upon our sizes, weights, frames, movements, ages, physical abilities, etc
they will do certain things and not do others
bodies are substantively in play in social practices such as sport, labor, and sex” (connell, 2005, p
jesse describes sexuality as “loaded,” a weight bearing down on our physical frames, embedded into the structure of our culture, and whose power is perpetuated through our bodies that reiterate it, performing into existence through our daily interactions
the physically disabled body, in its deviance from expected normality, complicates gendered performances that are, in jesse’s words, “such a fundamental part” of how we come to know ourselves
each narrator included in this study initially responded to a call

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