Men at Risk
Masculinity, Heterosexuality and HIV Prevention
“Men at Risk offers an incisive critique of several decades of HIV prevention programming that has largely rendered heterosexually-active men invisible to public health knowledge and practice.It wrestles candidly with the many conceptual, methodological, and political dilemmas of feminist work on masculinities.But, it also points to important successes and opportunities in gender-transformative and intersectional work with men and boys. Dworkin’s account of this terrain is thoroughgoing and expert, but also forceful and politically clear-eyed.”
—Christopher J. Colvin, Senior Researcher in HIV/AIDS at the University of Cape Town, South Africa
“A timely and evocative contribution to the growing literature globally on masculinity and HIV prevention. With a focus firmly on heterosexual men’s practices and experiences, Men at Risk fills a major gap.A ‘must read’ for scholars of gender and sexuality in relation to HIV, and a valuable resource to inspire policy makers and program developers.”
—Peter Aggleton, author of Education, Vulnerability, and HIV/AIDS
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