For many, issues of sexuality in African societies belong to the realm of the sacred. Appealing to one or more traditional understanding of sexuality, proponents of this view stress the almost divinely constituted roles assigned to either males or females in a society. It is within this social imaginary that individuals are culturally obliged to understand themselves as sexual beings while living out what such an understanding demands. On this score, it could be said that society confers gender on individuals.Read more about Call for Papers: Chiedza Vol 20 No 2: Sexuality in Africa
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