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In 24/08/2016

The pedagogies of rape


Despite all of the moral outrage that descended upon social media after a "gang rape" video went viral in Brazil, this event also showed the role of the Internet as a mediator of opinions and sensitivities relating to feminist values.
   
 
In 24/08/2016

Of our concern


Pulse massacre offers an example of how certain issues speak more directly to specific individuals. In order to understand and feel the gravity of what happened and the reaction it created, it is necessary to comprehend the significance of that space in helping create the identities and subjects of those who frequented there.
   
 
In 24/08/2016

Policing body diversity


This article offers a critical look at sex verification in sports. While suppossedly devised as protection for the women’s category, the proceedings implemented by the Olympic Committees and sporting federations impose methods of regulation and control whose main effect is the policing of bodily diversity.
   
Por el mundo  
In 12/04/2016

Bridging the gap between faith, gender and sexuality


The Sexuality, Poverty and Law Programme at IDS/Sussex launches a free interactive toolkit
   
América Latina  
In 16/12/2015

Tensions and dislocations


A new issue of Sexualidad, Salud y Sociedad – Latin American Journal explores topics dear to the field of gender, sexuality, health, and politics. By problematizing issues and dislodging assumptions, they bring a reexamination of classical concepts in the humanities and social sciences.
   
Brasil  
In 16/09/2015

Call for papers for a special issue


Sexualidad, Salud y Sociedad – Latin American Journal welcomes original works for a special issue on “Fundamentalisms,” Sexuality, and Human Rights in Latin America: Expanding the boundaries of a discussion. The deadline for submission of complete manuscripts is January 31, 2016.
   
América Latina  
In 12/08/2015

Sexuality, Health and Society


This new issue of Sexuality, Health and Society explores, from multiple perspectives and using different methods, the field delineated by the complex implications of the concepts of biopolitics and thanatopolitics. In other words, they focus on the unsettling centrality of death (or of letting die) within the framework of a device designed to increase life (or, at least, certain lives).
   
América Latina  
In 12/08/2015

What’s missing?


Men’s involvement in caregiving has too often been missing from public policies, from systematic data collection and research, and from efforts to promote women’s empowerment. This first ever State of the World’s Fathers report brings together key international research findings related to men’s participation in caregiving; in maternal and child health and in violence prevention.
   
Por el mundo  
In 15/07/2015

Sexualidades: new issue


In the article “Debasements and Post-foundations,” Blas Radi (UBA) makes an against-the-grain reading of Preciados project in Testo junkie. The paper revises the use of “bio” and “tecno/trans” in that text, and discusses the queer construction of a trans subject and a trans community paradoxically devoid of trans people.
   
América Latina  
In 15/04/2015

Sexuality, Health and Society - Latin American Journal 19


The articles of this issue present various explorations and offer fragments of a new kaleidoscopic image of bodies, sexualities, and identities. Each brings new possibilities to understand the complex relations constituting those elements in mutual relation, under the impact of the profound contemporary transformations they are undergoing.
   
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