A sixteenth-century scribe recorded the sexual and reproductive behaviour of indigenous women in colonial Mexico.
Elisabeth Jay Friedman Seeking Rights from the Left offers an innovative and often surprising assessment of how, when, and why early 21st century left-leaning Latin American governments responded to the demands of feminist, women’s, and LGBT movements. Whether you are interested in historical or more contemporary dynamics of gender-based and sexuality […]
In Mexico, colonial courts maintained relative silence about abortion and infanticide. Things changed in 1871.
During apartheid (1948-1990), abortion was often used as a political tool.
Brazil now faces both a mounting health crisis and the opportunity to revise the parameters of reproductive rights.
The crusade against ‘gender ideology’ started with a letter by the Bishops’ Conference of Poland.
Interview by Jennifer Au, Taylor Branch, Sharim Estevez, Evelyn Giovine, Juliette Hackett, Jarron McAllister, Rebecca Neill, and Colleen O’Gorman Edited by Gillian Frank This post is part of a new series for NOTCHES, which features students interviewing authors of recent works in the history of sexuality. Our second entry has students […]