Beyond dichotomies

This issue of Sexuality, Health & Society brings significant contributions to a reflection on the tensions at stake and in conflict today in the field of sexuality, configuring new moralities, sensibilities, and experiences, as well as new evaluation criteria about what must be considered healthy and normal. Readers will find examples of innovative ways to address those tensions, applying conceptual frameworks which seek to go beyond classical dichotomies, such as reason/emotion, body/culture, individual/society, and health/illness. Dialogue among the articles in this issue takes place at a multiplicity of theoretical and methodological registers, and related to a variety of empirical referents.

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