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Author: Sarah Mellors

The “Condom Crisis” In recent years, public health officials and scholars in a variety of disciplines have voiced their concerns about comparatively low condom use rates in China. 1 Studies suggest that a lack of knowledge about contraception among Chinese youth and low condom use

In: NAN NÜ
Author: Erich Kolig

ERICH KOLIG From a 'madonna in a condom' to 'claiming the airwaves' The Maori cultural renaissance and biculturalism in New Zealand New Zealand overseas often conjures up images of bucolic bliss, of one happy family consisting of a mix of races and cultures harmoniously coexisting under the

In: Shifting Images of Identity in the Pacific
Author: Erich Kolig

ERICH KOLIG From a 'madonna in a condom' to 'claiming the airwaves' The Maori cultural renaissance and biculturalism in New Zealand New Zealand overseas often conjures up images of bucolic bliss, of one happy family consisting of a mix of races and cultures harmoniously coexisting under the

In: Shifting Images of Identity in the Pacific
Author: Ran Tao

T. Strong-Wilson et al., (Eds.), Productive Remembering and Social Agency, 213–224. © 2013 Sense Publishers. All rights reserved. RAN TAO 15. THROUGH THE LENS OF SOCIAL MEMORY: STUDYING YOUTH SEXUALITY AND CONDOM USE IN CONTEMPORARY CHINA Young people represent one of the groups most vulnerable

In: Productive Remembering and Social Agency
Author: Samuel Silomba

A. Breidlid et al. (Eds.), Perspectives on Youth, HIV/AIDS and Indigenous Knowledges in Africa, 113–128. © 2015 Sense Publishers. All rights reserved. SAMUEL SILOMBA 8. PERCEPTIONS OF CONDOM USE AND SEXUAL RISKS AMONG OUT-OF-SCHOOL YOUTHS IN THE NAKONDE DISTRICT

In: Perspectives on Youth, HIV/AIDS and Indigenous Knowledges in Africa

historically situated.2 Within this context, this chapter delves into understanding visual ‘representation’ of ‘love’ and ‘sex’ in advertisements for contraceptives in post-independent Bangladesh. It is based on a historical analysis of 166 advertisements for birth control pills and condoms, which appeared

In: Past and Present: Perspectives on Gender and Love
Author: Violet Lunga

condoms. Using a critical approach, this paper deconstructs notions of equity and assumptions of empowerment in order to expose the limits of the discourse of inclusion of women in public. Advertisements campaigns that seek to empower women in Botswana, while a useful beginning, are examined for the ways

In: Perspectives on Global Development and Technology

follows one New York City ‘bottom’ whose only modus operandi is being a ‘cum dump’: to collect as many ‘loads’ as he can internally (through his anus) in a decidedly short period of time, either through bareback sex or by collecting semen from used condoms. His ceaseless quest for more semen is

In: Erotic Subjects and Outlaws
Men, Women and Gender in China