作者:Mark McLelland
来源:[J].Sexualities, 2017, Vol.20 (1-2), pp.234-254Sage国际出版集团
摘要:Clause 13 of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child states that children have the right ‘to seek, receive or impart information and ideas of all kinds, regardless of frontiers, either orally, in writing or in print, in art or in any other media of the child...
作者:Audrey Bryan
来源:[J].Sexualities, 2017, Vol.20 (1-2), pp.65-85Sage国际出版集团
摘要:This article locates itself within an emergent, counter-discursive body of scholarship that is critical of universalizing depictions portraying queer-identified or LGBT youth as vulnerable and ‘at-risk’ of a range of negative mental health outcomes, including self-harm and s...
作者:Krista L Benson
来源:[J].Sexualities, 2017, Vol.20 (1-2), pp.24-40Sage国际出版集团
摘要:The experiences of polyamorous queer people highlights and extends existing questions around subjectivity and identity. This article examines a case study of three polyamorous and queer-identified women and their experiences and brings them into conversation with existing qu...
作者:Carol Johnson
来源:[J].Sexualities, 2017, Vol.20 (1-2), pp.159-175Sage国际出版集团
摘要:In this article, the author explores some of the key dilemmas that are involved in attempts to apply concepts such as ‘sexual citizenship’ in a cross-cultural perspective, with particular focus on Australia and other countries in the Asia-Pacific region. The concept of sexua...
作者:Vera Mackie
来源:[J].Sexualities, 2017, Vol.20 (1-2), pp.143-158Sage国际出版集团
摘要:The term ‘sexual citizenship’ was largely developed in the Anglophone capitalist liberal democracies of the UK, the USA, Canada, Australia and New Zealand. The concept is thus inflected by broader understandings of politics in these places. In this article, the author first ...
作者:Claire Moran
来源:[J].Sexualities, 2017, Vol.20 (1-2), pp.121-139Sage国际出版集团
摘要:Contemporary western societies are characterised by a new sexual permissiveness, within which sexualised culture has become normalised and mainstreamed. Situated in this new social landscape, and drawing on postfeminist and neoliberal discourses and dominant constructions of...
作者:Claire Maree
来源:[J].Sexualities, 2017, Vol.20 (1-2), pp.212-233Sage国际出版集团
摘要:Representations of gender and sexuality in mainstream media operate to both shape the contours of, and contest the limits to, sexual citizenship. The ‘citational practices’ of media representations mould contemporary understandings of these limits. In this article, the autho...
作者:Léa J Séguin
来源:[J].Sexualities, 2017, Vol.20 (1-2), pp.86-104Sage国际出版集团
摘要:While past studies have measured several indicators of relationship quality in relation to types of relationship agreement, most have not included polyamorous relationships, and have almost exclusively included samples of gay men. The purpose of this study was to address this gap...
作者:Moon Charania
来源:[J].Sexualities, 2017, Vol.20 (1-2), pp.41-64Sage国际出版集团
摘要:This article draws on the 26 June 2011 US embassy-sponsored Gay Pride parade in Islamabad, Pakistan alongside popular US visual cultural moments (2008–2012). I use visual culture to reread US intrigue in Pakistani queer subjects through specific images of terrorist/feminized...
作者:Tanja Dreher
来源:[J].Sexualities, 2017, Vol.20 (1-2), pp.176-195Sage国际出版集团
摘要:In this article, the author explores the challenges for sexual citizenship campaigns as same-sex marriage emerges as a touchstone for progressive politics in Australia and beyond. Analysing popular media and public debate, she argues that there is much to be learned from rec...


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