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Blogs: Gender and Sexuality
Author: Paul Johnson, University of York
"Gay cake" judgment in the UK - some further thoughts
UK Supreme Court judgment on "gay cake" is wrong
65 years since the ECHR came into force, and 65 years of struggle to gain "gay rights" under the ECHR
Expressing the view that "cops" are "lowbrows and hoodlums" who ought to be "ceremonially burnt", and why this is relevant to debates about hate speech
Are human rights a form of social control?
Seminar on "Same-Sex Marriage and the Law: European and International Approaches"
LETTER TO THE COMMISSIONER FOR HUMAN RIGHTS ABOUT SAME-SEX COUPLES AND THE RIGHT TO MARRY
New article examining ECHR approach to asylum, migration, and sexual orientation discrimination
Author: Researchers at the universities of Durham, Manchester and Newcastle
Critical perspectives on law, gender and sexuality
What’s the Value of Civil Claims for Rape for Sexual Violence Survivors?
S.V. v Italy: The European Court of Human Rights continues the gradual evolution of trans rights in Europe
Legal Arguments that Gender Self-Declaration Undermines Women’s Rights are Seriously Flawed
Foxes in the Henhouse: Putting the Trans Women Prison Debate in Perspective
Women’s Rights and Male Parasites: When Paternity Leave Becomes a Women’s Issue
Regulating Campus “Rape Culture”: Lessons from Complexity Theory
Same-sex adoptions in private international law: Good news from Italy
Police Upskirting – it’s serious, not funny
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