Cinsel Yönelim Ayrımcılığının Gündelik Hayat Yansımaları
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Focusing on the daily life of lesbians and bisexual women, this study deals with the discrimination and violence that women loving women are exposed to in their daily lives, together with a large spectrum of coping practices ranging from individual tactics to collective resistance. It is based on the literature depicting the daily life as a sphere where different kinds of pressure and discipline and also practices upon these take place on one hand, but on the other hand ordinary people who are exposed to all wear down the requests of the powerful and the strategies they use by interpreting them and with the tactics they produce. Within this context, this study has put forth that lesbians and bisexual women are not passive receivers of the pressure and discrimination they are surrounded, but in contrast they are subjects who have the potential to use the resistance possibilities daily life harbors inside and to create space for themselves to move free.