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In any highly contested political domain, language can be a potent force for change or an obstacle to understanding and coalition building across difference. This is surely the case in the global debates over sexuality and gender, where even those terms themselves have aroused heated conflicts.
In this spirit, we want to challenge the uncritical use of the term "sexual minorities", based on a of historical and conceptual problems with which that term -like the larger thicket of identities and identity politics it ifies -is encumbered. These include: ignoring history, legitimating dubious normativity, fixing biologicaland recreating exclusions.
With this struggle, we seem caught in a modernist dilemma between two desires: to name and honour difference by ifying identities and to avoid exclusivity and hierarchy by reclaiming universals. The insistence of diverse groups on naming themselves and achieving recognition of their distinctness and variety will go on as long as aspirations for democracy exist, because that is the nature and necessity of emancipatory politics. At the same time, our language needs to reflect the fluidity and complexity of sexuality and gender expressions in everyday life and their intricate interweaving with other conditions such as class, race, ethnicity, time and place.
Con esta lucha, parecemos estar atrapados en un dilema modernista entre dos deseos: nombrar y honrar diferencias expresando identidades y evitar la exclusividad y jerarquia reclamando universales. The Reproductive Health Matters RHM journal is a peer-reviewed, international journal that explores emerging, neglected and marginalised issues across the field of sexual and reproductive health and rights SRHR.
It aims to publish original, relevant, and contemporary research, particularly from a feminist perspective, that can help inform the development of policies, laws and services to fulfil the rights and meet the sexual and reproductive health needs of people of all ages, gender identities and sexual orientations. RHM publishes work that engages with fundamental dilemmas and debates in SRHR, highlighting multiple perspectives, acknowledging differences, and searching for new forms of consensus.
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Read and download Log in through your school or library. Abstract In any highly contested political domain, language can be a potent force for change or an obstacle to understanding and coalition building across difference. Journal Information The Reproductive Health Matters RHM journal is a peer-reviewed, international journal that explores emerging, neglected and marginalised issues across the field of sexual and reproductive health and rights SRHR.Sex dating in Minier
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