This breakthrough study carried out in five countries looks at how the internet plays host to critical information about sex education, health, fighting sex discrimination and defining one’s own sexuality. It debunks the commonly held view that sexuality online is just about pornography.
Experts from Brazil, India, South Africa and the USA will be presenting APC’s groundbreaking EROTICS research in Madrid at the VIII International Association for the Study of Sexuality, Culture and Society Conference on July 9. Session Title: Electronic Sociability, Gender, Sexuality and Internet Regulation Session Chair: Sonia Correa, Brazil Presenters: Horacio Sívori – EROTICS, Brazil Indira Maya Ganesh – EROTICS, India Kevicha Echols – EROTICS, USA Relebohile Moletsane – E...
APC’S EROTICS project conducted research on sexuality and the internet in five countries: Brazil, India, Lebanon, South Africa and the United States. This issue paper contains executive summaries for each country as well as an incisive introduction by EROTICS coordinator Jac sm Kee.
As sexual content and sex-related behaviour online is such a trigger for state and other intervention, APC is carrying out ground-breaking research on how different people in different parts of the world are really using the internet related to sex.
This policy review includes a historical and contextual overview of international and regional policy documents on the area of internet governance as well as sexual rights, with a focus on pornography and sexuality in relation to policy and regulation.
This is the literature review produced as part of the APC WNSP EROTICS: Exploratory Research on Sexuality and the Internet project. It includes women’s rights and feminist approaches to the internet, theoretical frameworks on gender and technology, key themes in literature on sexuality, women and the internet, an assessment of current approaches and frameworks, recommendations of conceptual f...