OverviewA groundbreaking book, accessible but scholarly, by African activists. It uses research, life stories, and artistic expression—including essays, case studies, poetry, news clips, songs, fiction, memoirs, letters, interviews, short film scripts, and photographs—to examine dominant and deviant sexualities and investigate the intersections between sex, power, masculinities, and femininities. It also opens a space, particularly for young people, to think about African sexualities in different ways.
Author BiographySylvia Tamale is the author of When Hens Begin to Crow: Gender and Parliamentary Politics in Uganda, a former visiting professor at the African Gender Institute of the University of Cape Town, and a former visiting scholar at the University of Wisconsin. She is currently dean of the faculty of law and jurisprudence at Makerere University in Uganda.