Costas Canakis is Assistant Professor of Sociolinguistics at the Department of Social Anthropology and History, University of the Aegean. His interests lie at the intersection of sociolinguistics, pragmatics, cognitive linguistics, and anthrolinguistics. His publications include Subjectification: Various Paths to Subjectivity (co-edited with A. Athanasiadou and B. Cornillie, Mouton de Gruyter, 2006), the monograph An Introduction to Pragmatics: Cognitive and Social Aspects of Language Use (in Greek, Eikostós Prótos, 2007), the edited volume Language and Sexuality: Linguistic and Anthropological Perspectives (in Greek, Eikostós Prótos, 2010), and several articles on language and homoerotic masculinities.Venetia Kantsa is Assistant Professor of Social Anthropology at the Department of Social Anthropology and History, University of the Aegean. She has carried out extensive fieldwork on women’s same-sex sexuality in Greece and is currently engaged on a project on assisted reproduction, gender and notions of time. Her publications include Gender and Social Sciences in Modern Greece and Studies on Gender in History and Anthropology (both co-edited with Vasiliki Moutafi and Evthymios Papataxiarchis, in Greek, Aleksándreia, 2010) and the forthcoming edited volume Motherhood in the Forefront: Recent Research in Greek Ethnography (in Greek, Aleksándreia) as well as articles and book chapters on lesbian spaces, lesbian visibility, non-normative motherhood, same-sex marriage, gender theory, and kinship in the time of assisted reproduction.Kostas Yannakopoulos is Assistant Professor of Social Anthropology at the Department of Social Anthropology and History, University of the Aegean. His research interests focus on gender, male homosexuality and homosociality, the relation between anthropology and psychoanalysis, and the politics of difference and urban space. His publications include “Αmis ou amants? Amours entre hommes et identités sexuelles au Pirèe et à Athènes,” Terrain 27 (1996) and the edited volumes Sexualities: Theories and Politics of Anthropology (in Greek, Aleksándreia, 2006), “Psychoanalysis and Social Anthropology,” Ek ton Istéron, Psychoanalytical Review, vol. 14, 2006 and Contested Spaces in the City: Spatial Approaches of Culture (in Greek, co-edited with Yannis Yannitsiotis, Aleksándreia, 2010).