Conference Presentations

Papers

  • Hoskin, R.A., & Blair, K.L. (2019, June). Dehumanization, disbelief & uncertainty: Reasons given for not being interested in trans and non-binary partners. Canadian Psychological Association’s 80th Annual Convention. Halifax, NS.

  • Yule, A., Hoskin, R.A., & Earl, J. (2019, June). Transgender visibility matters: Infusing popular culture within clinical educational practice. Canadian Psychological Association’s 80th Annual Convention. Halifax, NS.

  • Hoskin, R.A., & Blair, K.L. (2019, June). From Pulse to Pittsburgh: Collective grief in responses to two separate mass shootings. Canadian Psychological Association’s 80th Annual Convention. Halifax, NS.

  • Wilton, S., Blair, K.L., & Hoskin, R.A. (2019, June). The geography of love: An observation study of PDA in same-sex and mixed-sex couples. Canadian Psychological Association’s 80th Annual Convention. Halifax, NS.

  • Blair, K.L, & Hoskin, R.A. (2018, November). Incidentally homosexual: What exactly does that mean? Lay persons’ interpretations of the Kinsey Scale. Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality. Toronto, ON.

  • Blair, K.L., Lorenz, E., O’Handley, B., & Hoskin, R.A. (2018, October).  Turning the other cheek: Evidence of cognitive and physiological self-regulation among heterosexual men with a history of anti-gay aggression. Canadian Sex Research Forum. Toronto, ON.

  • Hoskin, R.A., & Blair, K.L. (2018, June). “Man up”: The role of femmephobia in predicting homophobic aggression. The International Congress of Applied Psychology. Montreal, QC.

  • Taylor, A., & Hoskin, R.A. (2017, June). Femme resistance: The femme-inine art of failure.  Sexuality Studies Association, Congress. Toronto, ON.

  • Jenson, K., Hoskin, R.A., Blair, K.L., & Pukall, C. (2017, June). Pleasurable. Painful. Pointless. Propinquity. The varying degrees of importance placed on vaginal penetration by lesbian, bisexual, and heterosexual women, with and without vulvar pain. Canadian Psychological Association’s 77th Annual Convention. Toronto, ON.

  • Hoskin, R.A., & Blair, K.L. (2017, June). Collective grief & global LGBTQ responses to the Pulse Nightclub shooting. Canadian Psychological Association’s 77th Annual Convention. Toronto, ON.

  • Hoskin, R.A., Blair, K.L., & Jenson, K. (2017, June). Is our feminism bullshit? The importance of intersectionality in adopting a feminist identity. Canadian Psychological Association’s 77th Annual Convention. Toronto, ON.

  • Hoskin, R.A. (2017, March). Femme interjections: What queer femininities can contribute to research paradigms. International Women’s Week. St. Francis Xavier University. Antigonish, NS.

  • Blair, K.L., & Hoskin, R.A. (2016, May). Understanding anti-gay hate crimes through a new theory of persistent & personalized sexual prejudice. Bishops Health Conference. Sherbrook, QC.

  • Hoskin, R.A. (June). Feminism: A politic by any other name. Women and Gender Studies et Recherches Féministes, Congress. Calgary, AB.

  • Blair, K.L., & Hoskin, R.A. (2016, June). (Un)Willingness to date gender diverse individuals. Canadian Psychological Association’s 76th Annual Convention. Victoria, BC.

  • Hoskin, R.A. (2016, May). Passing and failing: Autoethnography of a queer crip white femme of Jewish descent.  Canadian Disability Studies Association, Congress. Calgary, AB.

  • Hoskin, R.A.  & Blair, K.L. (2016, May). Unwillingness to date gender diverse individuals. Sexuality Studies Association, Congress. Calgary, AB.

  • Blair, K.L., Hoskin, R. A., & Jenson, K. (2016, May). Barriers to sexual health for sexual and gender minorities: The privilege of worrying about negative test results. Sexuality Studies Association, Congress. Calgary, AB.

  • Hoskin, R.A. (2015, June). The proper feminist subject: Femininity’s challenge to contemporary Western feminist pedagogies. Women and Gender Studies and Recherches Féministes, Congress. Ottawa, ON.

  • Hoskin, R.A. (2015, June). Moon! Prism! Power! The transformation of Sailor Moon’s queer characters under Westernization. Sexuality Studies Association, Congress. Ottawa, ON.

  • Hoskin, R.A. (2014, May). Femme/phobia: Theorizing queer femininities and inclusive research. Sexuality Studies Association, Congress. St. Catharines, ON.

  • Blair, K.L., & Hoskin, R.A. (2014, May). Feminine intersections: Body politics and femme subjectivity. Sexuality Studies Association, Congress. St. Catharines, ON.

  • Hoskin, R.A. (2014, February). Toward an inclusive intersectional analysis: The semiotics of femininity and oppression. LGBTQ Health & Relationships Seminar at Sea. Fort Lauderdale, FL.

  • Hoskin, R.A., & Blair, K.L. (2013, October). Navigating femme experiences: Femininity, femmephobia and in-group discrimination. Canadian Sex Research Forum. Charlottetown, PEI.

  • Hoskin, R.A., & Blair, K.L. (2013, June). Feminine subjugation: The experiences of femme-identified individuals. International LGBTQ Psychology Conference. Lisbon, Portugal.

  • Hoskin, R.A. (2013, June). Femme/phobia: Theorizing femininities and inclusive research. International LGBTQ Psychology Conference. Lisbon, Portugal.

  • Hoskin, R.A. (2012, May). Western conversion and the transmogrification of Sailor Moon. Popular Culture Association of Canada. Niagara Falls, ON.

  • Hoskin, R.A. (2011, November). (Re)Conceptualizing femme/phobia: Critical approaches to decolonizing Western feminism. Gender Studies Annual Symposium. Kingston, ON.

  • Hoskin, R.A. (2011, September). (Re)Conceptualizing femme/phobia. OPRIG’s Rad Frosh Week. Kingston, ON.

  • Hoskin, R.A. (2011, July). (Re)Conceptualizing femme/phobia. Queerriot. Kingston, ON.

Posters 

  • Hoskin, R.A. (2018, November). Sissies, sluts… and tomboys? Examining the intersecting role of femmephobia in experiences of discrimination and oppression among sexual and gender minorities. Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality. Montreal, QC.

  • Hoskin, R.A. (2018, November). The feminine elephant in the room: predictors of anti-gay violence. Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality. Montreal, QC.

  • Blair, K.L, Hoskin, R.A., McKenna, O. (2018, October). “It’s a comfort to hold hands,” or is it? A survey and experience sampling study of private v. public affection sharing patterns in same-sex and mixed-sex relationships. Canadian Sex Research Forum. Toronto, ON.

  • Blair, K.L, Hoskin, R.A., McKenna, O. (2018, October). We’re a couple on Church Street and friends on Bay Street: An observational study on geographic patterns of affection sharing in mixed-sex and same-sex couples in eight cities. Canadian Sex Research Forum. Toronto, ON.

  • Hoskin, R.A. (2018, October). “Femininity? It’s the aesthetic of subordination”: Examining the intersecting role of femmephobia in experiences of discrimination and oppression among sexual and gender minorities. Canadian Sex Research Forum. Toronto, ON.

  • Hoskin, R.A. (2018, June). Fags, sluts, and ‘not feminine enough’: The role of femmephobia in experiences of discrimination and oppression among sexual and gender minorities. The International Congress of Applied Psychology. Montreal, QC.

  • Lorenz, E., Blair, K., O’Handley, B., & Hoskin, R.A. (2018, June). Self-regulation of attention and physiological responses to same-sex public displays of affection among heterosexual men with a history of anti-gay aggression. Preaching to the Choir: An International LGBTQ Psychology Conference. Montreal, QC.

  • Hoskin, R.A. (2018, June). Fags, sluts, and ‘not feminine enough’: The role of femmephobia in experiences of discrimination and oppression among sexual and gender minorities. Preaching to the Choir: An International LGBTQ Psychology Conference. Montreal, QC.

  • Hoskin, R.A., & Jenson, K. (2018, June). Essentialized, instrumental, and flexible: How views of femininity explain less sexism among LGBTQ+ individuals. Preaching to the Choir: An International LGBTQ Psychology Conference. Montreal, QC.

  • Jenson, K., Hoskin, R.A., Blair, K.L., & Pukall, C. (2017, October). From ‘it does nothing for me’ to ‘I can’t function without it.’ When, why and for whom does vaginal penetration become important? Canadian Sex Research Forum. Fredericton, NB. 

  • Hoskin, R.A., Jenson, K., Blair, K.L., & Holmberg, D. (2017, June). Madonna-Whore: Religiosity, prescribed femininity and body image. Canadian Psychological Association’s 77th Annual Convention. Toronto, ON.

  • Jenson, K., Hoskin, R.A., & Blair, K. L.  (2017, March). Dignity versus diagnosis: Sexual orientation & gender identity differences in reports of one’s greatest concern about receiving a sexual health exam. 15th Annual Crossroads Interdisciplinary Health Research Conference. Halifax, NS.

  • Blair, K.L., & Hoskin, R.A. (2016, November). They were our brothers and sisters: Global LGBTQ responses to the shooting at Pulse Nightclub in Orlando. Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality. Phoenix, AZ.

  • Hoskin, R.A., Blair, K.L., & Jenson, K. (2016, November). Dignity versus diagnosis: Sexual orientation & gender identity differences in reports of one’s greatest concern about receiving a sexual health exam. Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality. Phoenix, AZ.

  • Hoskin, R.A., & Blair, K.L. (2016, November). (Un)Willingness to date gender diverse individuals. Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality. Phoenix, AZ.

  • Hoskin, R.A., Blair, K.L., & Jenson, K. (2016, May). When cancer isn’t your greatest fear: Concerns about sexual health exams as a function of sexual & gender identity. Bishops Health Conference. Sherbrooke, QC.

  • Hoskin, R.A., & Blair, K.L. (2016, July). (Un)Willingness to date gender diverse individuals: An exploratory study investigating the extent to which trans* individuals are viewed as potential dating partners within and beyond the LGBTQ community. International Association Relationship Research. Toronto, ON. 

  • Hoskin, R.A., Blair, K.L., Chung, R., & Chevesich, M. (2015, June). Barriers to health: Men and women’s greatest concerns about sexual health exams. Canadian Psychological Association’s 76th Annual Convention. Ottawa, ON. 

  • Hoskin, R.A., & Blair, K.L. (2014, February). In-group discrimination: Self-esteem & stigma consciousness among femme-identified LGBTQ individuals. Society for Personality and Social Psychology. Austin, TX.

  • Hoskin, R.A., & Blair, K.L. (2014, February). Coming-out femme: Identity development and in-group discrimination among QLGB&T communities. LGBTQ Health & Relationships Seminar at Sea. MS Westerdam.

  • Hoskin, R.A., & Blair, K.L. (2013, November). The experiences of femme identified individuals: Crossing gender and sexual orientation to understand ‘femme Identities.’ Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality. San Diego, CA.

  • Hoskin, R.A. (2013, October). Western conversion and the transmogrification of Sailor Moon: How Canadian broadcasters censor foreign representations of gender and sexual diversity. Canadian Sex Research Forum. Charlottetown, PEI.

  • Hoskin, R.A., & Blair, K.L. (2013, June). Femme: Navigating queer boundaries and in-group discrimination. Canadian Psychological Association’s 74th Annual Convention. Quebec City, QC.

  • Hoskin, R.A. (2012, July). Western conversion and the transmogrification of Sailor Moon. Comics Arts Conference, Comic-Con International. San Diego, CA.