Finally, drawing on empirical findings, we suggest carceral intimacies as an integrative framework that captures how power is negotiated by, not merely imposed upon, prisoners through intimate relationships in prison settings.
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The fact that the two interviewers were male-identified seemed to support the trust and confidence of the interview participants, many of whom said that they were discussing their sexual activity with men for the first time. Journal of Urban Health , 88 4 , — Intersectionality, or the mutually constitutive relations between and among social identities, has been developed as a theoretical and empirical approach to understanding systems of social oppression and their felt experience, first developed through the work of critical race theorist and legal scholar Kimberlé Crenshaw Collins, ; Malebranche et al.