It addresses a broad range of key themes including: crime the family and child contract law jurisprudence public and international law.
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In Sexuality and the law: Feminist engagements, ed. Vanessa Munro, and Carl Stychin, 51–72. Law’s truth and the truth about law: Interdisciplinary refractions. Demarginalizing the intersection of race and sex: A Black feminist critique of antidiscrimination doctrine, feminist theory and antiracist politics. The University of Chicago Legal Forum 139–168.
Introduction Sexuality and the Law: Feminist Engagements. Vanessa Eveline Munro. The University of Warwick
Carl Stychin is Director of the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies and Professor of Law in the School of Advanced Study, University of London. The University of Warwick.
‘Rediscovering’ the peculiarity of feminist perspectives, rather than examining the broader range of gender-oriented analyses, in the area of legal regulation and sexuality, this edited collection avoids the ‘reductionist' and 'essentialist' shortcomings of ‘feminism unmodified’.
With a substantial introductory chapter, written by the editors, summarizing the state of the law on core aspects of sexuality and providing a critical appraisal of the key themes and concerns, it analyzes and transcends the traditional dichotomised thinking (e.g coercion/choice, victim/agent) about the regulation of gender issues. It addresses a broad range of key themes including:
crime the family and child contract law jurisprudence public and international law.
Offering a space in which to re-vitalize a feminist conception of sexuality, this book is an essential read for law students interested in the legal implications of gender and sexuality.