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Who's right? : Human rights, sexual rights and social change in Barbados  / David A. B. Murray.

Culture, Health and Sexuality, 8 (2006) 3 (may/june), p. 267-281
bron: Culture, Health and Sexuality jaargang: 8 (2006) 3 (may/june), p. 267-281
samenvatting: Currently, in a number of public and semi-public forums in Barbados, the idea of `sexual rights' is being discussed and debated. However, different meanings are attached to `rights'. This paper examines how these meanings demonstrate that different interpretations of sexuality, society, and morality are circulating through Barbados today. It also addresses whether or not sexual rights discourses are the best way to advocate for social justice or bring about changes to socio-sexual attitudes in the Caribbean. It is argued that framing justice and equality through rights talk may have deleterious effects for its advocates, as there is no `clear' or transparent universality as to what rights means. It is suggested that it may be more efficacious for groups who are stigmatized based on sexual orientation to develop vernacular strategies with values and/or logics stressing elements of justice, equality, dignity and respect for personhood, which include but also move beyond sexual orientation as a principal identification.
onderwerpen:

signatuur: dgb artikelen, map culture, health and sexuality

Who's right? : Human rights, sexual rights and social change in Barbados
dgb artikelen, map culture, health and sexuality
David A. B. Murray.
Culture, Health and Sexuality
8
(2006)
3
(may/june)
267-281
N281949
Artikel

On Being Gay in Barbados: "Bullers" and "Battyboys" and their HIV Risk in a Societal Context of Stigma  / Andre Maiorana ... [et al.].

Journal of Homosexuality, 60 (2013) 7 (jul), p. 984-1010
bron: Journal of Homosexuality jaargang: 60 (2013) 7 (jul), p. 984-1010
samenvatting: Limited research exists about gay men in the Caribbean region. A qualitative study was conducted to characterize gay men in Barbados, their HIV risk, and the impact of stigma on their lives. The 2 main groups of gay men ('bougies' and 'ghetto') reflect social class and level of 'outness' in broader society. Homophobia, stigma, and buggery (sodomy) laws increase their HIV vulnerability. The need for anti-discrimination legislation and tools for self-development were identified for gay men to realize their strengths, develop their self-worth, and protect themselves from HIV. [ Copies are available at http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/00918369.2013.774877#abstract ]
onderwerpen:

signatuur: ts.

On Being Gay in Barbados: "Bullers" and "Battyboys" and their HIV Risk in a Societal Context of Stigma
ts.
Andre Maiorana ... [et al.].
Journal of Homosexuality
60
(2013)
7
(jul)
984-1010
N295306
Artikel

Sexual Prejudice Among Barbadian University Students  / Jill M. Gromer ... [et al.].

Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services, 25 (2013) 4 (oct-dec), p. 399-419
bron: Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services jaargang: 25 (2013) 4 (oct-dec), p. 399-419
samenvatting: The level of sexual prejudice on university campuses has implications for the health and well-being of gay and lesbian students, and research on sexual prejudice in the Eastern Caribbean is extremely limited. This study assesses the individual attitudes of 251 Barbadian students toward lesbian and gay people using two psychometric inventories. It also examines differences in attitudes as a function of demographic variables including gender, religiosity, and personal acquaintance with lesbian or gay people. The Barbadian students evidenced diverse attitudes, with the average student displaying a moderate amount of sexual prejudice toward lesbian and gay people. Religiosity predicted more negative attitudes toward both lesbians and gay men. Being male predicted more sexual prejudice against gay men, but not against lesbians. Finally, personal acquaintance with a gay or lesbian person did not have a statistically significant relationship with sexual prejudice. This study is among the first of its kind and may serve as a guide to other researchers seeking to further explore attitudes toward lesbian and gay people among Eastern Caribbean students or among Barbadians in general. [ Copies are available at http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/10538720.2013.834808#abstract ]
onderwerpen:

signatuur: ts.

Sexual Prejudice Among Barbadian University Students
ts.
Jill M. Gromer ... [et al.].
Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services
25
(2013)
4
(oct-dec)
399-419
N295736
Artikel

Attitudes Towards Homosexuals in Trinidad and Tobago and the Southern Caribbean  / Alana D.D. Griffith and Peter W. Wickham.

Sargasso (2014-2015) 1 & 2, p. 107-128
bron: Sargasso (2014-2015) 1 & 2 , p. 107-128
samenvatting: This article provides an analysis of the public's attitude towards homosexuals in the twin island Republic of Trinidad and Tobago through a survey conducted in 2013. It explores the drivers of acceptance and rejection of homosexuals as well as negative and positive attitudes. Reference is also made to two other country studies of the populations of Barbados and Guyana. The paper offers an analysis of the public?s attitude toward homosexuals in the three islands and its attitude towards key legislative issues related to homosexuals and same-sex relations. It is found that there is a dissonance between the attitudes towards homosexuals expressed by Trinbagonians and their support of discrimination against gays, their hatred of gays, and support for anti-gay laws. While 36% of the population surveyed expressed outright hatred of homosexuals, 60% supported the maintenance of laws that criminalised same sex intercourse.
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signatuur: dgb artikelen (griffit/wic)

Attitudes Towards Homosexuals in Trinidad and Tobago and the Southern Caribbean
dgb artikelen (griffit/wic)
Alana D.D. Griffith and Peter W. Wickham.
Sargasso
(2014-2015)
1 & 2
107-128
N301307
Grijs

"I Have To Leave To Be Me" : Discriminatory Laws against LGBT People in the Eastern Caribbean.

New York, NY: Human Rights Watch (HRW), 2018 - 107 p.
uitgave: New York, NY : Human Rights Watch (HRW), 2018 - 107 p.
onderwerpen:
thema:
  1. geweld/discriminatie
  2. lhbti
samenvatting: This report focuses on the experiences of LGBT people in small island states of the Eastern Caribbean. It demonstrates, through individual testimony, how existing discriminatory legislation negatively impacts LGBT populations, opening the door to discrimination, violence, and abuse. The report includes seven Eastern Caribbean countries: Antigua and Barbuda, Barbados, Dominica, Grenada, St. Kitts and Nevis, St. Lucia, and St. Vincent and the Grenadines. All seven countries have versions of buggery and gross indecency laws, relics of British colonialism, that prohibit same-sex conduct between consenting persons. The laws have broad latitude, are vaguely worded, and serve to legitimize discrimination and hostility towards LGBT people in the Eastern Caribbean. They are rarely enforced by way of criminal prosecutions but all share one common trait: by singling out, in a discriminatory manner, a vulnerable social group they give social and legal sanction for discrimination, violence, stigma, and prejudice against LGBT individuals.

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dgb grijs

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"I Have To Leave To Be Me" : Discriminatory Laws against LGBT People in the Eastern Caribbean.
cat. (i/have)dgb grijs
https://ihlia.nl/search/covers/thumb/N306096_1.jpg
N306096
Boek

Flaming souls : homosexuality, homophobia, and social change in Barbados  / 

David A.B. Murray.Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2012 - x, 144 p.
uitgave: Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2012 - x, 144 p.
annotatie: Bibliogr.: p. 127-134.
onderwerpen:
samenvatting: While there has been increased attention to issues of sexuality in the Caribbean over the past decade, there continue to be very few in-depth ethnographic studies of sexual minorities in this region. A timely addition to the literature, Flaming Souls explores public discourses focusing on homosexuality and the everyday lives of gay men and 'queens' in contemporary Barbados. David A.B. Murray's study features interviews with government and health agency officials, HIV/AIDS activists, and residents of the country's capital, Bridgetown. Using these and records from local libraries and archives, Murray unravels the complex historical, social, political, and economic forces through which same-sex desire, identity, and prejudice are produced and valued in this Caribbean nation-state. Illustrating the influence of both Euro-American and regional gender and sexual politics on sexual diversity in Barbados, Flaming Souls makes an important contribution to queer studies and the anthropology of sexualities.

signatuur: cat. (murray-d/fla) b

ODE3

toegang:
Flaming souls : homosexuality, homophobia, and social change in Barbados
cat. (murray-d/fla) b ODE3
https://ihlia.nl/search/covers/thumb/N308466_1.jpg
David A.B. Murray.
N308466
Artikel

My body. My politics. An exploration of body image and health in Barbadian sexual minority women  / Nastassia Rambarran, Skye Maule-O'Brien and Karen Naidoo.

Journal of Lesbian Studies, 25 (2021) 4 (oct-dec), p. 377-391
bron: Journal of Lesbian Studies jaargang: 25 (2021) 4 (oct-dec), p. 377-391
samenvatting: There is a dearth of research on how pervasive Western stereotypes of the ideal body affect non-heterosexual women, and this body of research shrinks even further when considering sexual minority women in the Caribbean. This study aimed to uncover how negotiations between identity, desire, and body politics are being navigated and experienced by sexual minority women in Barbados, along with examining concerns about body image, the impact of societal expectations, and the consequences of these expectations on physical and mental health. Using a qualitative methodology that employed a semi-structured guide, thirteen women were interviewed over the course of a year. Thematic analysis revealed three major themes that centered around the interconnectivity of desire and presentation as it related to body image; distancing from Western influences and grappling with local body ideals; and the ways in which layered events and identities have resulted in complicated relationships with food. A selection of identified community needs is also offered in conclusion.
onderwerpen:

signatuur: ts.

My body. My politics. An exploration of body image and health in Barbadian sexual minority women
ts.
Nastassia Rambarran, Skye Maule-O'Brien and Karen Naidoo.
Journal of Lesbian Studies
25
(2021)
4
(oct-dec)
377-391
N310123

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