Leading and Listening to Community: Facilitating Qualitative, Arts-Based & Visual Research for Social Change
In the Arcades Project, Benjamin wrote that it is from the gates of the imagination that lovers and friends draw their energies.
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Sex jokes do more than convey the lewd: they are laced with matrices of gender (or gendering caprices), praxis of histo-cultural implications and varied shades of life experiences of the milieu of its emergence, whether traditional or modern. Traditional Africa has always viewed sex humour, roughly conceptualized here as ‘sex jokes’ as earthy and filthy.
Gender and women’s movements, in the South Asian countries, are focused on achieving gender equality in social, cultural, political, economic and institutional framework. Men and women are not just socialized in different roles, their roles have a different social status too (Simone de Beauvoir, 1949). The difference in the role and responsibilities associated with that status make men and women “intended or unintended product(s) of a social practice” (Haslanger, 1995) whereby women’s work(s) and voices are devalued and their status is disadvantaged.