Part 2 of a roundtable on what global histories of racial supremacy and reproductive control can tell us about our white supremacist present
A sixteenth-century scribe recorded the sexual and reproductive behaviour of indigenous women in colonial Mexico.
The Mexican gay magazine Macho Tips (1985-1989) engaged with national ideologies of race and gender.
In Mexico, colonial courts maintained relative silence about abortion and infanticide. Things changed in 1871.
Sex education in Mexico remains a battlefield for struggle between the state and Catholics over moral jurisdiction.
Eating and reproduction are crucial biological processes that are fraught with emotional meanings.