Science, Religion, and Sexuality

Science, Religion, and Sexuality

This research investigates how individual and communal understandings and practices of sexuality influence medical and religious thought and practice and how, in turn, medical and religious views on normality/abnormality, right/wrong, virtue/non-virtue influence the perception and practices of sexuality leading to different forms of societal and cultural phenomena such as inclusion/exclusion, marginalization, medicalization, and legitimation.