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Blogs: Gender and Sexuality
Author: Paul Johnson, University of York
"Are gay rights human rights?" - text of a "Pint of Science" talk
IDAHOT 2017: COME OUT FOR HUMAN RIGHTS!
New communicated case - Beus v Croatia
Religion, marriage, and same-sex couples
New article on the Church of England and sexual orientation equality law
New communicated case concerning gay asylum - O.S. v Switzerland
European Court of Human Rights communicates further complaints against Russia regarding LGBT rights
Case against Austria, concerning where couples could marry or form a registered partnership, struck out
Author: Researchers at the universities of Durham, Manchester and Newcastle
Critical perspectives on law, gender and sexuality
New Research Article – “Campus Feminisms” (Cobb & Godden-Rasul)
Let’s Get ‘Real’ on International Women’s Day
Inherently Brief: Volume 45
Inherently Brief: Volume 44
New Policy on Transgender Prisoners: Progressive but can Prisons Keep Pace?
Inherently Brief Volume 43
Inherently Brief: Volume 42
Reflection on Professor Alex Sharpe’s seminar on “Sexual Intimacy, Gender Variance and Criminal Law” at Durham University
Author: Chris Ashford, Reader in Law and Society, University of Sunderland
Seeks to explore law and sexuality in a broad socio-legal framework.
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Resource: Sexuality in the Margins: Creating a Space for Conversations
After '82: The Documentary
Skeggy Dogging: The Final Chapter?
Dogging as Bad Character
Let's Talk About Bareback
Roles: A Gender and Sexuality Forum
New Blog Resource