Ruby Grant
Ruby Grant
Lecturer in Sociology, University of Tasmania
Verified email at utas.edu.au - Homepage
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Twenty-Something Girls v. Thirty-Something Sex And The City Women: Paving the way for “post? feminism”
M Nash, R Grant
Feminist Media Studies 15 (6), 976-991, 2015
652015
Navigating unintelligibility: Queer Australian young women’s negotiations of safe sex and risk
R Grant, M Nash
Journal of health psychology 23 (2), 306-319, 2018
132018
Educating queer sexual citizens? A feminist exploration of bisexual and queer young women’s sex education in Tasmania, Australia
R Grant, M Nash
Sex Education 19 (3), 313-328, 2019
112019
What does inclusive sexual and reproductive healthcare look like for bisexual, pansexual and queer women? Findings from an exploratory study from Tasmania, Australia
R Grant, M Nash, E Hansen
Culture, health & sexuality 22 (3), 247-260, 2020
42020
Young bisexual women's sexual health care experiences in Australian rural general practice
R Grant, M Nash
Australian Journal of Rural Health 27 (3), 224-228, 2019
42019
An exploration of perceptions of gender equity among SAGE Athena SWAN self-assessment team members in a regional Australian university
M Nash, R Grant, LM Lee, A Martinez-Marrades, T Winzenberg
Higher Education Research & Development 40 (2), 356-369, 2021
22021
Older Lesbians’ experiences of ageing in place in rural Tasmania, Australia: An exploratory qualitative investigation
R Grant, B Walker
Health & Social Care in the Community 28 (6), 2199-2207, 2020
22020
Homonormativity or queer disidentification? Rural Australian bisexual women's identity politics
R Grant, M Nash
Sexualities 23 (4), 592-608, 2020
22020
Homonormativity and celebrating diversity: Australian school staff involvement in gay-straight alliances
R Grant, K Beasy, B Coleman
International Journal of Inclusive Education, 1-16, 2019
22019
From Sex and the City to Girls: Paving the Way for ‘Post? Feminism’
R Grant, M Nash
Reading Lena Dunham’s Girls, 61-74, 2017
22017
From Sex and the City to Girls: Paving the Way for ‘Post? Feminism’
R Grant, M Nash
Reading Lena Dunham’s Girls, 61-74, 2017
22017
Going Commando: Prosthetics and the Politics of Gender.
R Grant
PLATFORM: Journal of Media & Communication 6 (2), 2015
22015
Beyond ‘safety’: teachers and school staff approaches to LGBTI-inclusion in Tasmanian schools
R Grant, K Beasy, S Emery, B Coleman
International Journal of Inclusive Education, 1-17, 2018
12018
A class act? Social background and body modifications in Australia
B Tranter, R Grant
Journal of Sociology 54 (3), 412-428, 2018
12018
More than just lip service: done right, awareness-raising days can pack a punch
K Beasy, R Grant
12018
The Spatial Impacts of COVID-19 Restrictions on LGBTIQ Wellbeing, Visibility, and Belonging in Tasmania, Australia
R Grant, A Gorman-Murray, B Briohny Walker
Journal of Homosexuality 68 (4), 647-662, 2021
2021
Male allyship in institutional STEMM gender equity initiatives
M Nash, R Grant, R Moore, T Winzenberg
Plos one 16 (3), e0248373, 2021
2021
Tasmanian healthcare professionals'& students' capacity for LGBTI+ inclusive care: A qualitative inquiry
R Grant, AKJ Smith, L Newett, M Nash, R Turner, L Owen
Health & social care in the community, 2020
2020
Sexual Citizenship and Queer Post-Feminism: Young Women’s Health and Identity Politics
R Grant
Routledge, 2020
2020
Not going to the mainland: queer women’s narratives of place in Tasmania, Australia
R Grant
Gender, Place & Culture, 1-21, 2020
2020
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