sex and gender

समय-समाचार

Our Nepali society hardly fails to separate sex from rape or rape at times might be considered as sex. In the context of Nepal, why males in positions of power, or males in general, tend to possess more power over a female or her body, than she does herself; why sex tends to be a subject of force, farce, and forgetfulness, not the subject of humble persuasion; why some likes to build a separate sexual relationship while they have a sexual partner at home. It has become the need of the hour to probe into these queries for a better understanding of sex, sexuality, gender, and patriarchy, especially, in the context of Nepal in particular, and in the context of Global South or world in general. In the context of Nepal, it has also become important to discuss why sex is more than procreation and also about desire and orientations…

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