H 2 Body politics. A primer on criminalization of sexuality and reproduction.
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What do we mean by sexual and reproductive rights?
Sexual rights, reproductive rights: what’s the difference?
Legitimate and illegitimate use of criminal law
Limits on state punishment
WHAT IS CRIMINALIZATION OF SEXUALITY AND REPRODUCTION?
What about criminalization of sexual violence?
What about sexual consent?
Why states criminalize
Stigmatization, stereotyping and blame
Gender-based discrimination and violence
Criminalization as experienced by transgender and intersex people
How states criminalize
Penalization and presumed criminality
CRIMINALIZING SEXUALITY AND REPRODUCTION: A HUMAN RIGHTS ISSUE
State obligations to respect, protect and fulfil
Criminalization and human rights violations
The rights to freedom of expression, assembly, and thought, conscience and religion
The rights to life and to freedom from torture and other ill-treament
The right to health
Equality and non-discrimination
State obligations to combat stereotypes based on sex and gender
State obligations to address intersectional discrimination
Criminalizing same-sex sexual activity, sex outside marriage, HIV non-disclosure, exposure and transmission, adolescent sexual activity, sex work, abortion and pregnancy