This first study of the legal history of sex offences in Mandate Palestine pioneers a new socio-cultural perspective on evidence: plausibility.
Sex workers living under these regimes have to keep selling sex in a climate made significantly more hostile by further criminalization.
Scandal-averse policies have enabled the widespread sexual abuse of boys and male adolescents within the Church.
Rethinking Rufus argues that enslaved black men were sexually violated by both white men and white women.
Set in transnational Cairo over a two-decade period, this book is an ethnography about love and desire.
Weston’s book is a history of 20th century medical explanations for sexual crime and medico-legal attempts at rehabilitation and cure.
A microhistory of a child sexual abuse case in the South Seas Mission of the London Missionary Society.