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Por el mundo  
In 30/01/2013

The Price of a Stolen Childhood


The NY Times article The Price of a Stolen Childhood discusses the psychological impact of child sexual abuse and the possibility of compensation for its damages. The article offers an in depth look at the story of two women who suffered sexual abuse during their childhood, and whose images were circulated without their consent.
   
América Latina  
In 10/12/2012

Sexuality Health and Society


The first dossier to be released by Sexuality Health and Societyaddresses the hot topic of abortion, which in most countries of this region is still object of political dispute and moral controversy.
   
Por el mundo  
In 13/11/2012

No longer your father"s electorate


Obamas reelection marks a turning point in American politics: With the growing power of minorities, women and gays, it"s the end of the world as straight white males know it. Read
   
Por el mundo  
In 13/11/2012

Republicans Learn the Cost of Alienating Women Voters


The obsession with contraception, the ‘legitimate rape’ kerfuffle, the attacks on Planned Parenthood—all combined to sink Romney and other GOP candidates on Election Day. Eleanor Clift reports. Read more.
   
Brasil  
In 26/10/2012

Sexuality and political change – A new training program


Sexuality Policy Watch will be hosting a training program focusing on sexuality research. The program differs from other non-academic capacity-building models in this area, as it will not focus strictly on sexuality theory and research per se, but rather aims at exploring the various linkages and gaps that exist between sexuality theorizing and research in sexuality and social and policy change.
   
Por el mundo  
In 25/10/2012

APP for sexuality research


In this article, published at GenderIt.org, researcher Melissa Ditmore focuses on the mobile application (app) for sexuality research, developed by the Kinsey Institute for people using Apple and Android devices to report their sexual activities.
   
Brasil  
In 24/09/2012

CLAM RE-ISSUES CALL FOR TRANSLATORS


CLAM is looking for Portugues-English and Spanish-English bilingual gender and sexuality scholars (including graduate students) for a translation project.
   
Argentina  
In 11/09/2012

IX IASSCS CONFERENCE - “SEX AND THE MARKETPLACE WHAT’S LOVE GOT TO DO WITH IT?”


The ninth biennial meeting of the International Association for the Study of Sexuality, Culture and Society (IASSCS), will be entitled “Sex and the Marketplace: What’s Love got to do with it?”. It will happen between 28th and 31st August 2013, at Buenos Aires.
   
Por el mundo  
In 05/09/2012

Poverty and human rights


Breaking Through the Development Silos: Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights, Millennium Development Goals and Gender Equity, is a collection of case studies from Mexico, India and Nigeria. Learn how certain national poverty reduction strategies in the economic south have failed to challenge the root causes of gender inequality.
   
América Latina  
In 22/08/2012

The State and sexual politics


This issue of Sexuality Health and Society brings significant contributions to a reflection on contemporary sexual politics in Latin America. The articles focus on the limits and vicissitudes faced by important State projects, in which human rights language is mobilized to protect not only certain individuals, but sexuality (and sexual pleasure) itself.
   
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