Table of contents for With respect to sex : negotiating hijra identity in South India / Gayatri Reddy.

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Contents
Acknowledgments
1	The Ethnographic Setting
2	Hijras, Individuality, and Izzat
3	Cartographies of Sex/Gender
4	Sacred Legitimization, Corporeal Practice: Hindu Iconography and Hijra Renunciation
5	"We Are All Musalmans Now": Religious Practice, Positionality, and Hijra/Muslim 
Identification
6	(Per)Formative Selves: The Production of Gender
7	"Our People": Kinship, Marriage, and the Family
8	Shifting Contexts, Fluid Identities
9	Crossing "Lines" of Subjectivity: Transnational Movements and Gay Identifications
10	Conclusion
Appendix
Notes
Glossary
References
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Transsexuals -- India, South.
Transsexualism -- Religious aspects -- Islam.
Sex role -- India, South.
Sex differences -- Indian, South.
Sex role -- Religious aspects -- Islam.
Gender identity -- India, South.
Islam and culture -- India, South.
Transvestism -- Religious aspects -- Islam.
Prostitution -- India, South.
Hyderabad (India) -- Social life and customs.
Secunderåabåad (India) -- Social life and customs.