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Islam and Women’s Sexuality: A Research Report from Turkey

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Islam and Women’s Sexuality: A Research Report from Turkey (2001, English)

This article based on data collected by Women for Women’s Human Rights – New Ways in a study conducted in eastern Turkey examines laws and practices related to important elements in shaping the context of women’s sexuality including bride prices, polygyny, forced marriages, domestic violence, reproductive health, the possible consequences of extramarital relationships for women, and civil versus religious marriages.

Pınar İlkkaracan
Good Sex: Feminist Perspectives from the World’s Religions
Rutgers University Press
New Jersey, 2001

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