The Graduate Journal of Social Science published an issue entitled ‘Sexuality in the Margins:  Creating a Space for Conversations’.  It’s well worth checking out.  You can see the full contents below:

Editorial: Sexualities in the Margins: Creating a Space for ConversationsArpita Das, Annelies Kleinherenbrink and Ebtihal Mahadeen
GJSS 2013 10:1, pp. 7-12. [PDF]

Establishing Asexual Identity: The Essential, the Imaginary, and the CollectiveAgata Pacho
GJSS 2013 10:1, pp. 13-35. [PDF]
Pansexual Identification in Online Communities: Employing a Collaborative Queer Method to Study PansexualityAyisigi Hale Gonel
GJSS 2013 10:1, pp. 36-60. [PDF]
From the ‘Polymorphous Perverse’ to Intersexualization: Intersections in Cross-Cultural EthnographiesLena Eckert
GJSS 2013 10:1, pp. 60-84. [PDF]
R v Peacock: Landmark Trial Redefines Obscenity LawAlex Antoniou
GJSS 2013 10:1, pp. 85-103. [PDF]
Are We Nearly There Yet? Struggling to Understand Young People as Sexual SubjectsFreya Johnson Ross
GJSS 2013 10:1, pp. 104-123. [PDF]
The Experimental Neuro-Framing of SexualityIsabelle Dussauge
GJSS 2013 10:1, pp. 124-151. [PDF]

Book Reviews

Michelle Hutchinson Grondin
Technologies of Sexuality, Identity and Sexual Health edited by Lenore Manderson
GJSS 2013 10:1, pp. 152-155. [PDF]
Ellen Zitani
Il Gioco Delle Parti: Travestimenti e Paure Sociali Tra Otto e Novecento by Laura Schettini
GJSS 2013 10:1, pp. 156-160. [PDF]
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