Situating sexuality: An interconnecting research agenda in the urban global south
Significant opportunities exist to connect more directly sexuality research to urbanisation research in the global South.
This article considers such connections in relation to the informal sector, the state, and urban health. It highlights how such connections can help surface the strategic and pragmatic choices made by same-sex communities in the face of persistent urban challenges in the global South.
The article draws on examples from sub-Saharan Africa, a region that exhibits significant sexuality-based discrimination and which has had significant urban research attention.