28th May 2020

Ubuntu and solidarity in times of Covid-19: Challenges and contradictions as communities grapple with ways of being and doing during a pandemic

Ubuntu and solidarity in times of Covid-19: Challenges and contradictions as communities grapple with ways of being and doing during a pandemic by Vuyisa Mamanzi Vuyisa: […]
23rd May 2020

CSA&G statement on attacks directed at Prof Glenda Gray

CSA&G statement on attacks directed at Prof Glenda Gray The Centre for Sexualities, AIDS and Gender is very concerned about the attacks that have been directed […]
8th May 2020

When losing means everything and nothing

Pierre Brouard reflects on Kübler-Ross’s stages of loss and the similarities with South Africa's stages of acceptance (and loss) of COVID-19.
7th May 2020

Locks Down and Quarantine Queens: Thoughts on Gender and Hair Fixation During a Global Pandemic

Locks Down and Quarantine Queens: Thoughts on Gender and Hair Fixation During a Global Pandemic By Gabriela Pinheiro Introduction Throughout the month of April 2020, a […]
21st April 2020

Positionality, Reflexivity and Power

Positionality, Reflexivity and Power by Martin Mushomba I am studying for a Masters in Medicinal Plant Sciences at the University of Pretoria. I joined the Just […]
16th April 2020

A queer lockdown

A reflection on being queer during the COVID-19 lockdown in South Africa and what it might mean to queer people. Including those who are out and those not.
2nd May 2019

IDAHOT panel discussion: Justice and Protection for All

IDAHOT panel discussion: Justice and Protection for All, 16 May 2019 Laws vs. Hearts and Minds: how is justice and protection for queer people best served? […]
1st May 2019
GHASS

Gender, HIV and Sexualities Seminar: 21 May 2019

Gender, HIV and Sexualities Seminar: 21 May 2019 Why not me? Reflections on running sexual harassment workshops By Pierre Brouard, CSA&G, University of Pretoria This paper […]
11th April 2019

Masculinities in South Africa and violence: an indisputable link?

Masculinities in South Africa and violence: an indisputable link? By Lubabalo Mdedetyana   Defining masculinity is a challenging task. Hamber (2010: 77) refers to Connell’s (2005) […]