Bridging Sexuality, Theology and Activism


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At the ILGA-Asia 2015 conference, Taipei,  October 2015

At the ILGA-Asia 2015 conference, Taipei, October 2015

“Sexuality studies looks at how sexuality cuts across various disciplines and areas of human reality,” says Dr Joseph N. Goh, a Gender Studies lecturer at Monash Malaysia.

“There is nothing human that is untouched by gender and sexuality. Sexuality studies looks at how sexuality cuts across various disciplines and areas of human reality. For example, how does sexuality speak to politics, activism and citizenship? How does sexuality inform socio-cultural ideas and community living? Where is sexuality in the political economy, for instance? And also, very importantly, how do gender and sexuality figure in religion and theology?” Read more.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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