Further reading

In this article the authors discuss how feminist understandings and activism around sexuality fit into the range of diverging understandings of sexual and reproductive rights, including views on health, and the significance of rights in women's and men's sexual and reproductive choices.

Tallis, V. and Washington, L.
Open Society Initative for Southern Africa (2012)

These authors argue that health policies and programmes cannot treat reproduction as mere mechanics, as isolated biological events of conception and birth; rather they must treat it as a lifelong process inextricably linked to the status and roles of women in their homes and societies.

Ragab, A. R. A.
Africa Regional Sexuality Resource Centre (2011)