Table of contents for Sexuality, gender, and rights : exploring theory and practice in South and Southeast Asia / editors, Geetanjali Misra, Radhika Chandiramani.

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Radhika Chandiramani and Geetanjali Misra
Chapter 1	Looking in Horror and Fascination: Sex, Violence and Spectatorship in 
		Shohini Ghosh
Chapter 2	The Stage, The Body: The Sites for Women's Dissent-A Case of Engendering the Praxis of Theater in the Philippines
		Lea Lastrilla Espallardo
Chapter 3	Some Notes Towards Understanding the Construction of Middle-Class Urban Women's Sexuality in India
	Shilpa Phadke
Chapter 4	Through the Prism of Intersectionality: Same Sex Sexualities in India
	Jaya Sharma and Dipika Nath
Chapter 5	The Struggle to be Ourselves, Neither Men nor Women: Mak Nyahs in Malaysia
	Khartini Slamah
Chapter 6	The Rights of People with Same Sex Sexual Behavior: Recent Progress and Continuing Challenges in China
	Zhang Beichuan and Joan Kaufman
Chapter 7	Unlearning and Learning: The Sexuality and Rights Institute in India
	Radhika Chandiramani and Geetanjali Misra
Chapter 8	Raising Sexuality as a Political Issue in the Catholic Philippines
	Junice L. Demeterio Melgar
Chapter 9	Working from Within: Using the Legitimacy of Religion to Create Change in Indonesia
	Masruchah and Bridget Keenan
Chapter 10	Speaking With a New Voice: Sisters in Islam in Malaysia
		Rashidah Shuib
Chapter 11	Challenging Moral Guardianship in Pakistan
		Shazia Mohamed
Chapter 12	Protecting The Rights Of Sex Workers: The Indian Experience
		Geetanjali Misra, Ajay Mahal and Rima Shah
Chapter 13	Rest, Recreation, and Resistance: Advancing the Rights of Sex Workers in Thailand
		Veronica Magar and Chantawipa Apisuk
Chapter 14	Not A Sob Story: Representing the Realities of Sex Work in India
		Bishakha Datta
Chapter 15	Communities Beyond the Pale: Sex Workers' Rights and Human Rights in Sri Lanka
	Sunila Abeysekera
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Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Sex role -- South Asia.
Sex role -- Asia, Southeastern.
Gender identity -- South Asia -- Social aspects.
Gender identity -- Asia, Southeastern -- Social aspects.
Human rights -- South Asia.
Human rights -- Asia, Southeastern.