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the restoration of one’s physically disabled body as a personal, rather than shared process: the personal rejection of the dominant culture’s deep seeded prejudice and judgment as artificial, contrived, and therefore, unimportant
jesse’s struggle resonates with ostrander (2008), who in a study of young men with spinal cord injuries found that a physically disabled identity resulted in a perception of “diminished masculinity … [in] their sexual encounters, intimate partner selection [and] body image” (p
jesse’s desire to restore his masculinity through the acceptance of an able-bodied, beautiful partner can also be compared to lindemann and cherney’s (2008) observation of wheelchair rugby athletes, “in effect, the players aggressively adopt a hypermasculine attitude and employ ableist values of strength and physical accomplishment in order to become more ‘normal” (p
the validation of a beautiful, able-bodied partner, successful display of athletic prowess, or other culturally valued masculinity markers serves as a means to regain that which feels lost
up to this point, i have moved through stories of physically disabled men who positioned their daily performance of masculinity as diminished through their disabled bodies, responding to this perceived diminishment with mourning, resistance, and/or acceptance
however, not every narrator positioned his disability as diminishing his masculinity to the point of needed restoration
i will now move through the remaining narrators along the spectrum of masculine performance and trace how their physical disabilities emerge intertwined with preferred cultural constitutions of masculinity, unsettling cultural expectations
the narrators perform others’ interpretations of their bodies as successfully performing a preferred masculinity through the presence of physical disability on a body with multiple other markers (height, frame, voice, weight, authority, etc)
herman, a higher education administrator who is a paralyzed after a farming accident, and travis, a director of health and safety at a university who uses a wheelchair due to a degenerative neurological disorder, both perform their physical disabilities as diminishing their performances ofmasculinity, a phenomenon which is recurrent throughout disability theory and literature (asch & fine, 1988; ostrander, 2008; thomson, 1997; solis, 2007)
yet unlike previous narrators, they do not perform their masculinity as a loss to be restored, mourned, resisted, or accepted
for these narrators, the diminishment of independence, dominance, severity, and intimidation of their bodies fostered an increased approachability rather than reproach or disdain
their narratives further draw attention to how we perceive and understand our own and others’ bodies through a multifaceted and complex process, uniquely situated in bodies, situated in spaces, and embedded in discourse with multiple meanings, possibilities, and interpretations
in his performance, herman contrasts his gender performance before and after his accident
before his accident, he positions himself as embodying dominant cultural expectations of masculinity; personal autonomy and disinterest in emotional connection or attention to the feminine (johnson, 2005/1997)
he interprets these qualities as hindering his connection to his wife:
well i was a real redneck (laugh)
a guy’s guy you know
it’s easier to talk with each other
she never was a partier and i was and
and i actually
probably respect her more now than i did when i was young and rowdy
the relationship is more of a less
it’s deeper now
herman performs his physical disability as diminishing culturally perceived dominant masculine traits such as independence, emotional distance from interactions termed feminine by culture
in turn, he positions his able-bodied identity as resonating in and belonging to masculine relationships, “a guy’s guy” embracing hegemonic masculinity and its resistance to the feminine
for herman, the onset of physical disability alters his identity because he is no longer able to enter cultural contexts where he can interact with the “guys” who were “partier[s]” and “young and rowdy
” he positions his physical disability’s obstruction of these performances as a means to open communication with his wife, compelling him to value her, and foster their relationship, “i actually probably respect her more now that i did
” herman positions the diminishment of his masculinity as a means to re-constitute his gender identity through interactions with his wife, which facilitated a relationship and identity that he prefers to his prior, hyper-masculine identity
herman’s disability appears to allow him to embody an idealized soft man: an embodiment of “‘antisexism’ which is seen in the egalitarian relationship he forms with women” that many argue only exists in cultural fantasies of gender dynamics (mackinnon, 2003, p
connell (2005) notes that to reject hegemonic masculinity “… basically involves choosing passivity … this choice is likely to be difficult” (p
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