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Sexualidad, Salud y SociedadRevista Latinoamericana 2014, 18

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Red de Revistas Científicas de América Latina, el Caribe, España y Portugal Sistema de Información Científica English version Editorial Sexualidad, Salud y Sociedad - Revista Latinoamericana, núm.
18, diciembre, 2014, pp.
6-8 Centro Latino-Americano em Sexualidade e Direitos Humanos Río de Janeiro, Brasil Available in: http:--www.redalyc.org-articulo.oa?id=293332699001 Sexualidad, Salud y Sociedad - Revista Latinoamericana, ISSN (Electronic Version): 1984-6487 mariaglugones@gmail.com Centro Latino-Americano em Sexualidade e Direitos Humanos Brasil How to cite Complete issue More information about this article Journals homepage www.redalyc.org Non-Profit Academic Project, developed under the Open Acces Initiative 10 Sexualidad, Salud y Sociedad - Revista Latinoamericana ISSN 19 84 - 64 87 - n.18 - dec .
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sexualidadsaludysociedad.org From the editors The ensemble of articles in this issue of Sexuality, Health and Society explore life, labor, and identity itineraries unforeseen-unforeseeable vis-à-vis currrent gender and sexuality conventions.
They discuss various situations of displacement or rupture—commercial sex; infertility and its derivations; Viagra recreational use; gay and travesti protagonism in state-sponsored folk festivities; and couple swinging—all of which seem to impose on their subjects (as they do on researchers) the delicate reflexive work of actively constructing lived experience from new meanings, significations, and values. The “unexpected” break in the lifecourse of middle- and middleupper-class women in the Buenos Aires metropolitann area who meet reproductive challenges would require, as Lucía Ariza shows, resignifying infertility itself.
While that narrative constructs the experience of infertility both before the women themselves, and before their significant others, it re-articulates gendered normative commands, whether they sought assisted fertility treatment or not. Another situation ...

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