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Embodying the Learning Space: Is it Okay if I bring my sexuality to class?
(African Gender Institute, 2012)
Sexual identity and transformation at a South African university
(Taylor & Francis, 2007)
Despite the proliferation of policies ostensibly protecting all persons’ rights, and mounting critical academic debate and scholarship on sexuality and sexual orientation, sexual orientation in the academy remains a site ...
Se(x)ation, sensation or research? interrogating the research gaze
(Open Society Initiative for Southern Africa, 2010)
This article takes a critical look at the research methodologies regarding gender-based violence and HIV and AIDS in South Africa over the last two decades. Gender has become the operative term in these research projects ...
Lesbians and the Civil Union Act in South Africa: a critical reflection
(Jacana Media, 2008)
Introduction: South Africa is a country that warrants specific interest in the exploration of the significance of the liberal rights that have been assigned to homosexuals in the context of its quest towards citizenship ...