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"Abortion? That's for women!" Narratives and experiences of commercial motorbike riders in South-Western Uganda.
(Women's Health and Action Research Center, 2005)
Although constitutionally illegal, induced abortion is a vital reproductive health option in Uganda. This paper analyses men's narratives about meanings of, and experiences with, abortion. Men play significant roles in ...
Contemporary myths, sexuality misconceptions, information sources, and risk perceptions of Bodaboda men in Southwest Uganda.
This article reports findings from a study conducted among 212 private motorbike-taxi riders, locally called bodabodamen, from two study sites--a slum area and the urban center of Masaka town. Qualitative and quantitative ...
Bumsters, big black organs and old white gold: Embodied racial myths in sexual relationships of Gambian beach boys.
(Taylor and Francis, 2005)
Sexuality is a platform upon which ideologies are enacted. Based on ethnographic fieldwork in The Gambia, this paper discusses the embodiment of racial myths about male Black bodies and Western affluence. Methods utilized ...
Male promiscuity: The negotiation of masculinities by motorbike taxi-riders in Masaka, Uganda.
(Sage Publications, 2009)
Understanding contemporary sociocultural constructions of masculinity and sexuality is crucial in the struggle against HIV/AIDS. This article discusses lay conceptualizations and enactments of manhood, in interaction with ...