Global struggles, local contexts: prospects for a southern African AIDS feminism
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The need to accelerate the global struggle against patriarchy and its system of endorsing male privilege while promoting female vulnerability is perhaps nowhere more clearly evinced than in Southern Africa today. At every stage of the HIV epidemic women in Southern Africa are disproportionably infected and affected by the disease.
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