We would like to draw your attention to:
LGBT ‘Communities’ and the (Self-)regulation and Shaping of Intimacy Eleanor Formby https://journals.sagepub.com/…/10.1177/1360780420974031
Reclaiming the Second Phase of Life? Intersectionality, Empowerment and Respectability in Midlife Romance Sarah Milton, Kaveri Qureshihttps://journals.sagepub.com/…/10.1177/1360780420974690
Discordant Expectations of Global Intimacy: Desire and Inequality in Commercial Surrogacy Kristen E Cheney https://journals.sagepub.com/…/10.1177/1360780420984169
Traditional Inequalities and Inequalities of Tradition: Gender, Weddings, and Whiteness Julia Carter
Does Love Always Come Before Marriage?
William Jankowiak & Alex Nelson
Arranged marriages and love marriages are sometimes seen as cultural opposites, but it’s far more complicated. Anthropology shows how love and marriage are entwined in many different ways.