Part 2 of a roundtable on what global histories of racial supremacy and reproductive control can tell us about our white supremacist present
German-speaking feminists created new knowledge in sexology that challenged sexist biases and expanded possibilities for gendered and sexual expression.
Sexual health and the preservation of eugenically valuable British servicemen.
Contraceptive Diplomacy narrates a transnational history of birth control in the context of imperial struggles between the United States and Japan.
An untold history of the early fight for homosexual rights in England.
The diagnosis of mental defectiveness legitimated the state’s reproductive control of sexually promiscuous and sexually violated girls and women.
Brazil now faces both a mounting health crisis and the opportunity to revise the parameters of reproductive rights.