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Some lesbians reject gender performativity labels altogether and resent their imposition by others.
She states that gender performativity.
Gretta expresses in this series the notion of gender performativity, a term created by Judith Butler in 1988.
The conception that people are gendered rather than sexed also coincides with Judith Butler's theories of gender performativity.
Although Benglis' image is now popularly cited as important example of gender performativity in contemporary art, it provoked mixed responses when it first appeared.
Judith Butler, as mentioned above, has done much research and writing on performance theory, and has focused much of this work on gender performativity.
The concept of gender performativity is at the core of Butler's work, notably in Gender Trouble.
Martha Nussbaum argues that Butler's concepts of gender performativity, while not without merit, is a misguided retreat from engaging with real-world concerns:
Pragmatics (more specifically, Speech Act Theory's notion of the performative) underpins Judith Butler's theory of gender performativity.
Gender performativity is a term created by post-structuralist feminist philosopher Judith Butler in her 1990 book Gender Trouble, which has subsequently been used in a variety of academic fields.
In turn, Žižek accuses Butler of being a Kantian formalist because, in his view, gender performativity is an empty formalist structure which is filled out by contingent cultural practices.
On Butler's hypothesis, the socially constructed aspect of gender performativity is perhaps most obvious in drag performance, which offers a rudimentary understanding of gender binaries in its emphasis on gender performance.
Gender policing is the imposition or enforcement of normative gender expressions on an individual who is perceived as not adequately performing, through appearance or behavior, the gender that was assigned to them at birth (see gender performativity).
Her concept of gender performativity is the idea that people choose to perform gender in a context in which we are given very little socially acceptable choices, but can be explained as being similar to what actors do in front of the camera.