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No good advice: Five problems with sex manuals article icon

Health, Sports & Psychology 

No good advice: Five problems with sex manuals

Meg-John Barker has read some terrible sex manuals, so you don't have to... (As you might expect, this article includes discussion of matters of a sexual nature.)

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Review: Bisexuality: Identities, Politics and Theories by Surya Monro article icon

Society, Politics & Law 

Review: Bisexuality: Identities, Politics and Theories by Surya Monro

Danni Glover reviews a solid theoretical introduction to the social study of bisexuality.

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Society, Politics & Law 

Timeline: LGBTQ History

Explore some snapshots of LGBTQ history with our timeline. 

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Society, Politics & Law 

Queer kinship

Professor Jacqui Gabb discusses how legal rights and reproductive possibilites have shaped lesbian motherhood and same-parent families over a generation (1990-2015). 

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Porn licensing isn't the answer article icon

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Porn licensing isn't the answer

The UK government thinks children can be protected from web porn by building barriers. Good luck with that, says Andrew Smith.

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What's life like for Jordan's LGBTQ community? article icon

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What's life like for Jordan's LGBTQ community?

Jordan removed legal punishments for same-gender relationships nearly two decades before the UK decriminalised consensual gay male intercourse. But day-to-day life for LGBTQ people in the country isn't easy. Nora B reports.

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Desert Island Discs at 75: An OpenLearn listening list audio icon

History & The Arts 

Desert Island Discs at 75: An OpenLearn listening list

This weekend, BBC Radio 4's Desert Island Discs celebrates its 75th anniversary. Join us for a rummage in the archives.

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10 mins
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Is Tinder changing the way the world dates? article icon

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Is Tinder changing the way the world dates?

Research suggests that - far from taking the anxiety out of dating - apps like Tinder introduce a new set of worries.

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Why is the UK government proposing to bring 1950s values to online pornography? article icon

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Why is the UK government proposing to bring 1950s values to online pornography?

New proposals to outlaw material on the internet mean 1950s standards are going to be applied in 2016, explains Dr Samantha Pegg. Note that this article contrains frank descriptions of sexual activity.

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Living Shakespeare: Hong Ying on China and the sonnets video icon

History & The Arts 

Living Shakespeare: Hong Ying on China and the sonnets

Shakespeare's sonnets were once banned in China and are now popular with the gay community. Hong Ying, author of ‘Daughter of the River’ looks at Shakespeare’s sonnets as they relate to sexuality and love in China. 

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5 mins
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Why is aggressive female sexuality pathologised on-screen? article icon

Health, Sports & Psychology 

Why is aggressive female sexuality pathologised on-screen?

Why can't film makers stop themselves from linking female sexuality with mental illness, asks Suzie Gibson

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Will gay rights and feminist movements please return to your assumptions? article icon

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Will gay rights and feminist movements please return to your assumptions?

We need a broader based education about gender and sexual diversity and to move away from simplistic binary labels, writes Meg Barker.

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