Gender Studies and Equality Open access

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Gender Studies and Equality Open access is an online open access, peer- reviewed journal that covers various aspects regarding gender and their differences in the current society. Sex balance, balance amongst men and ladies, involves the idea that every single individual, the two men and ladies, can build up their own capacities and settle on decisions without the confinements set by generalizations, unbending sexual orientation parts and biases. Sex balance implies that the diverse conduct, desires and needs of ladies and men are viewed as, esteemed and supported similarly.

Focus and Aim:

Our aim is to through light on gender equality and the problems been faced by women and other gender-based inequalities. In many countries women are forced to work for very less wages and there are many such instances in society right now and our aim is to get them into lime light and try to impact on the younger generations via journals published.

Highlighted Topics:

  • femininity
  • masculinity
  • race and class
  • culture and cover
  • Multiculturalism
  • Femininity
  • Masculinity; Gender Identities
  • Religious Identities
  • Gender Roles
  • Gender Equality in Business Gender and Law
  • Gender and Public Politics
  • Gender and Imagology
  • Deconstructive Feminism;
  • Gender in Legal and Political Discourses;
  • Writing Gendered Histories
  • The Faces of Sexual Violence
  • Reproductive justice
  • Pregnancy/mothering in popular culture
  • Black women
  • African American history
  • The old south
  • Social history
  • Marriage socialism and post-socialism
  • Gender and sexuality
  • Reproductive politics
  • Kinship
  • Citizenship
  • Ethnicity
  • Media and representation
  • History of gender and sexuality in United States
  • Queer theory
  • Sexual identity
  • Gender relations
  • Sex differentiation
  • Feminist theory and the body
  • Celebrity and gender theories of identity
  • Cultural citizenship
  • Women in politics
  • Dynamics between state power and intimate relationships
  • Social changes
  • Religion
  • Nationalism
  • Lesbian feminism
  • Feminist theory
  • LGBT studies
  • Intersections of biology and gender
  • Evolutionary and bio cultural models of human behavior
  • Romantic and sexual relationships
  • Gender and reproductive technology
  • Queering the family
  • Gender and popular culture
  • Race
  • Gender
  • Sexuality
  • Violence
  • Freedom
  • Citizenship and power
  • Sexual behavior
  • Equality.