Volume 23, Issue 11 is now available

There are some excellent research articles in Issue 11 covering a wide range of themes that advance feminist geography. This includes vulnerability in LGBT communities; the intersections of race and masculinity in the lives of rural transgender men; the spatial politics and activisms of gay seniors sex work; men providing care; queer regionality and much, much more.

Links to the full list of content for Issue 11 are posted below:

Chen Misgay, Gay-riatrics: spatial politics and activism of gay seniors in Tel-Aviv’s gay community centrePages: 1519-1534

Miriam J. Abelson, ‘You aren’t from around here’: race, masculinity, and rural transgender men, Pages: 1535-1546

Laura Rodriguez Castro, Barbara Pini & Sarah Baker, The global countryside: peasant women negotiating, recalibrating and resisting rural change in Colombia, Pages: 1547-1559

Donna J. Drucker, Bringing gender and spatial theory to life at a German technical university, Pages: 1560-1571

Treena Orchard, Jennifer Vale, Susan Macphail, Cass Wender & Tor Oiamo, ‘You just have to be smart’: spatial practices and subjectivity among women in sex work in London, Ontario, Pages: 1572-1585

Melissa Giesbrecht, Allison Williams, Wendy Duggleby, Jenny Ploeg & Maureen Markle-Reid, Exploring the daily geographies of diverse men caregiving for family members with multiple chronic conditions, Pages: 1586-1598 – Open Access

Nireka Weeratunge, Olivier Joffre, Sonali Senaratna Sellamuttu, Bounthanom Bouahom & Anousith Keophoxay, Gender and household decision-making in a Lao Village: implications for livelihoods in hydropower development, Pages: 1599-1614

Cüneyt Çakırlar, Introduction to Queer/ing Regions, Pages: 1615-1618

Camilla Bassi, What’s radical about reality TV? An unexpected tale from Shanghai of a Chinese lesbian antihero, Pages: 1619-1630

Jon Binnie, Critical queer regionality and LGBTQ politics in Europe, Pages: 1631-1642

Howard Chiang & Alvin K. Wong, Queering the transnational turn: regionalism and queer Asias, Pages: 1643-1656