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Research outputs: SAME-SEX MARRIAGE
In this study we interviewed members of a small, predominantly Muslim community in Johannesburg, South Africa, in order to ascertain attitud...
2011 Re same-sex marriages unAfrican?: same-sex relationships and belonging in post-apartheid South Africa
In 1996 South Africa was the first country in the world to safeguard sexual orientation as a human right in its Constitution. Homonegativity...
Marriage is bundled with a range of privileges ??? numerous visible and invisible protections, responsibilities and benefits which can be ac...