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By Robert Wyrod

AIDS has been a devastating plague in a lot of sub-Saharan Africa, but the long term implications for gender and sexuality are only emerging. AIDS and Masculinity within the African City tackles this factor head on and examines how AIDS has altered the methods masculinity is lived in Uganda—a state often called Africa’s nice AIDS good fortune tale. according to a decade of ethnographic learn in an city slum group within the capital Kampala, this ebook finds the endurance of masculine privilege within the age of AIDS and the consequences such privilege has for fighting AIDS around the African continent.

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