English citations of heteropatriarchy and heteropatriarchal
1996 Winter, Valdes, Francisco, “Unpacking Hetero-Patriarchy: Tracing the Conflation of Sex, Gender & (and) Sexual Orientation to Its Origins”, in Yale Journal of Law & the Humanities, number 8, page 161:
2000 September 19, Code, Lorraine, Encyclopedia of Feminist Theories, Taylor & Francis, page 347:
- Heteropatriarchy ensures male right of access to women. Women's relations — personal, professional, social, economic — are defined by the ideology that woman is for man. Heteropatriarchy is men dominating and de-skilling women in any of a number of forms, from outright attack to paternalistic care, and women devaluing (of necessity) female bonding. Hetereopatriarchy normalises the dominance of one person and the subordination of another.
2004, Ferguson, Roderick A., Aberrations in Black: Toward a Queer of Color Critique, Minneapolois: University of Minnesota Press, ISBN 9780816641284, LCCN 2003012779, page 10:
- Rather than embodying heteropatriarchal ideals, the prostitute was a figure of nonheteronormativity, excluded from the presumed security of heteropatriarchal boundaries.
2008, Epstein, Robin, “Canary in a Coal Mine: Interview with Catherine Crouch”, in Sinister Wisdom, number 75, page 11:
- Keeping in mind that "transphobia" is a dangerous tool of heteropatriarchy and that Crouch is a butch lesbian film maker, it is crucial that we keep this complicated conversation going rather than succumb to our fear or discomfort with controversy.
2009 December 28, Mannur, Anita, “Feeding Desire: Food, Domesticity, and Challenges to Heteropatriarchy”, in Culinary Fictions: Food in South Asian Diasporic Culture, Philadelphia: Temple University Press, ISBN 9781439900789, page 77:
- Queerness by definition resists and refuses to serve the needs of domestic heteropatriarchy.