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Alcohol consumption among HIV-positive pregnant women in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa: prevalence and correlates
Research outputs: SEXUALITY
2019 Queer kinship: South African perspectives on the sexual politics of family-making and belonging
The authors set out to produce a text that contributes to the under-researched topics of sexualities, families, and reproduction in South Af...
2019 The construction and representation of sexual and gender diversity in Namibian school textbooks: global discourses or Southern African realities?
Liberal, western approaches to non-normative sexuality and gender have been roundly critiqued by queer education theorists for their regulat...
2018 'Having to use English others us': southern African descriptions of sexual and gender diversity
The importance of quality education provision for all is a globally acknowledged principle for the creation of sustainable learning environm...