Version 5. Chicago: Aldine. Racial profiling is a product of the perceived threat deemed inherent to Black male bodies Collins, After initial recruitment efforts in San Francisco yielded several gay-identified men who had sex with men and women, we added an exclusion criterion of self-identification as gay, to ensure that the specific local terrain of sexuality in San Francisco did not generate a primarily gay-identified sample.
New York: Routledge. These narrations of sexuality can be understood as a form of structural intimacy, namely stories produced by the meeting of intimate lives and social structural patterns Mackenzie, Gamson, J. However, the social — and sexual — systems are rigid and, in his estimation, non-negotiable.