Yo no soy ésa que tú te imaginas. El lesbianismo en la narrativa española del siglo XX a través de sus estereotipos
This paper presents a study of the evolution of stereotyped images that have witnessed literarily the existence of lesbianism in 20th-century Spain, with periods of greater freedom and the presence of lesbians who came to light as feminists, and periods where being lesbians became a taboo, a social invisibly ghost that could only be named in terms of disease and degeneration.
Angie Simonis is a graduate in Hispanic Studies. Her research focuses on matriarchal cultures and women's literature from a gender perspective. For the time being, she belongs to the research team of R&D project Los cambios de las políticas públicas en torno a la sexualidad femenina desde el franquismo a la democracia: de la represión a las políticas públicas de igualdad (changes in public policies on women's sexuality from Franco's regime to democracy: from repression of public policies on gender equality), led by Rachel Osborne (UNED, Madrid)
University Institute for Gender Studies Research (IUIEG)
Universidad de Alicante Carretera San Vicente s/n 03690 San Vicente del Raspeig Alicante (Spain)