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Sexuality, Health and Society
This issue presents two articles that analyze particularly loaded notions deployed in contemporary debates on sexual abuse of children and adolescents, and on the legalization of abortion in our Region. Another common thread connecting the articles is the analytical challenge of taking up different empirical contexts with the tools of the approach conventionally designated as intersectional.
The Sexual History of the Global South
The current issue (9.4) of Global South Sephis e-Magazine carries the review “The Sexual History of the Global South: Sexual Politics in Africa, Asia and Latin America”, by Saskia Wieringa and Horacio Sívori (Zed Books, London, 2013).
Duke University"s Feminist Theory Workshop International Travel Award - 2014
The Program in Women’ss Studies at Duke University are offering travel awards of up to $1,000 to international PhD or post-doctoral scholars outside the United States to attend the Feminist Theory Workshop, March 21-22, 2014 in Durham, North Carolina.
The Martin Duberman Fellowship
An endowed fellowship named for CLAGS founder and first executive director, Martin Duberman, this fellowship is awarded to a senior scholar (tenured university professor or advanced independent scholar) from any country doing scholarly research on the lesbian/gay/bisexual/transgender/queer (LGBTQ) experience.
Love in the sex market
People are brought up to believe that love should be spontaneous, transcendental, consuming, uncalculating and that it should not be about money. There is a common belief that commodification inevitably destroys sexual intimacy, which may be the reason why the intersection of sex work and love generates confusion and conflict. But who said that one must exclude others? We interviewed Sealing Cheng
Gender and social movements
BRIDGE team at the Institute of Development Studies launches its new resource on gender and social movements. It’s the result of a three year collaborative programme involving over 150 activists and scholars from a range of social movements and global regions.
On the media

| Suprema Corte da Índia reconhece existência de "terceiro gênero" (15/04/2014 - G1 - Brasil - )

| Escola deve promover respeito à diversidade sexual, dizem especialistas (15/04/2014 - Agência Câmara de Notícias - Brasil - )

| Vítimas de "nude selfie" e "sexting" na internet dobram no Brasil, diz ONG (14/04/2014 - G1 - Brasil - )

| Artigo do Código Penal Militar que pune homossexuais é constitucional, diz PGR (09/04/2014 - Última Instância - Brasil - )

| Piden a TransMilenio que vagones exclusivos para mujeres funcionen en horas pico (08/04/2014 - El Espectador - Colombia - )

| Erro no acerto (08/04/2014 - O Estado de São Paulo - Brasil - )

| Lançada nova Norma Técnica “Atenção às Mulheres com Gestação de Anencéfalos” (07/04/2014 - AADS - Brasil - )

| Projeto que regulamenta a prostituição tramita a passos lentos no Congresso (07/04/2014 - Congresso em Foco - Brasil - )

| Polêmica no RS: A cesárea era mesmo a única opção? (07/04/2014 - BBC - Brasil - )

| Justiça australiana reconhece existência do gênero sexual neutro (03/04/2014 - Yahoo Notícias - Brasil - )

| Estudo do Ipea que diz que mulher merece ser estuprada tem falha metodológica, dizem especialistas (03/04/2014 - R7 - Brasil - )

| Así fue la protesta trans en frente de la Registraduría (03/04/2014 - Publimetro - Colombia - )

| Delegada diz que silêncio das vítimas é estímulo para estupros (02/04/2014 - G1 - Brasil - )

| Justiça do RS manda grávida fazer cesariana contra sua vontade (02/04/2014 - Folha de São Paulo - Brasil - )

| El honor cáustico (02/04/2014 - El Espectador - Colombia - )


Although we do not feature new English contents as regularly, our Latin American website is updated weekly, featuring original articles, interviews, reviews, campaigns and news releases from the whole region. Please visit our Spanish and Portuguese homepages for the latest on sexuality research and sexual rights in Latin America.



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