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Many educators from around_ Germany, Greece, Romania, UAE, South Africa, UK, Canada, Indonesia, Georgia, Qatar, Estonia and etc. _ the world participated in the conference. The participants got the chance to participate in fruitful conversations and impart their knowledge and experience. The sessions featured talks addressing significant issues and ground-breaking solutions in the areas of Gender Studies and Sexuality.

The conference was a great chance to share ideas, find inspiration, and get a deeper comprehension of the difficulties that educators confront as well as potential answers to those difficulties.

Virtual Session

AuthorAffiliationArticle Title
Dr. Juan Filipe StaculFederal Institute of Goiás, BrazilQueer Representations and LGBTQ+ Stereotypes in the Media: A Comparative Study of the Book and Film Versions of Sargento Garcia by Caio Fernando Abreu
Prof. Dr. Robert HamiltonHankuk University of Foreign Studies, South KoreaCrafting Selves Through Others: The Ethics of Transnational Probes into Sexuality in East Asia
Prof. Dr. Chih-Ping ChenYuan Ze University, TaiwanLiberating Young Adults from Gender Beliefs with Virtual Stickers in a Social Messaging Line Application
gender studies conference Dr. Jill St GeorgeOpen University, United KingdomLGBTQ+ persons and Caribbean Constitutions: The battle of saving vs abolishing
Dr Juliet RamohaiDurban University of Technology, South AfricaGender-based Violence in South African higher education: males’ contestations, voice and responsibility
gender studies conference Dr. Ayobami AdekolaUniversity of South AfricaAn Intersectional Analysis of Gender-Specific Barriers to Adolescent Health Literacy in South Africa
Dr. Ikekhwa Albert IkhileUniversity of South AfricaExamining the Impact of social support networks in mitigating the negative effects of social determinants of health on MSM in South Africa.
gender studies conference Dr. Lorraine StigarPurdue University, USALGBTQIA+ Affirming Practices: Evaluation of Knowledge, Attitudes, and Confidence in Future Practice of Intermediate Learners Participating in an Interprofessional Immersion Activity
Dr. Florenda FrivaldoPolytechnic University of the PhilippinesGender Disparity Among Elected Officials in the Philippines
Dr. Gevorgianiene VioletaVilnius University, LithuaniaMotherhood Constrained: The Minotaur Legend Reimagined Through the Perspective  of Marginalized Mothers
Dr. Soichi KozaiKansai Gaidai Univesity, JapanA Note on Japanese Gay Men’s Talk: Onee Go So Extreme and Intense but Empathic
Dr. Khonzi MbathaUniversity of South AfricaTalking to and about real people: Lessons learnt in conducting research among sex workers in Johannesburg, South Africa
gender studies conference Dr. Eduardo Alves VieiraLeiden University Centre for Linguistics, NetherlandsHow inclusive is inclusive? Religious discourses and LGBTQIA+ identities in Brazil
gender studies conference Dr. Eric HessBerklee College of Music, USA“Evangeli-Bros”: Sexual Minority Men and The Politics of An Evangelical Institution, Faith, and Corresponding Gendered Expectations
gender studies conference Prof. Dr. Annalisa FabrettiUniversity of Rome Tor Vergata, ItalyA further look at the gender gap in Italian academic careers
gender studies conference Dr. Henry James NicholsUniversity of the Free State, South AfricaExploring the Influence of Queer Celebrities on Shaping School Youth’s Perspectives on Gender and Sexual Diversity
gender studies conference Prof. Dr. Paulina Aroch-FugellieUniversidad Autonoma Metropolitana, Unidad Cuajimalpa, MexicoThe Stepmother’s Ideological Utility for Late Capitalism
Dr. Judit Flóra BalatonyiUniversity of Pécs Department of European Ethnology – Cultural Anthropology, HungaryWorking Misunderstandings of Contemporary Family and Marriage
Dr. Alberto GrandiUniversita degli studi Aldo Moro di Bari, ItalyLanguage, neuter, and masculinity.  The influence of the neuter-male in the reiteration of social models. An analysis starting with Cavarero, Irigaray, and Butler.
Dr. Susana Fernandez BlancoPrince Mohammad bin Fahd University, Saudi ArabiaVisual Dialogues on Gender: Women’s Perspectives from the UAE, Saudi Arabia, and Qatar
Prof. Dr. Germano CoutoEscola Superior de Saúde Fernando Pessoa, PortugalHealthcare students’ attitudes toward addressing sexual health: validation of the European Portuguese version
Almira SharafeevaLudwig-Maximillian Universität München, GermanyThe Joy of Painless Motherhood: The Reproductive Policy of the Bolsheviks in the 1930s
Anjali ManhasIIIT-Naya Raipur, India(Re)visiting Annie Ernaux’s Happening: Painting “The Abortionist’s Studio” from the Whisks of her Memory
Nasha ChanThe University of Sydney, AustraliaEnigmatic Feminism at Eileen Gray’s Villa Tempe a Pailla
gender studies conference Maryam Rahmani TehraniDepartmant of women studies of sociological association of IranIranian women’s view of first sex outside of marriage
Matthew Broadway-HornerUniversity of Bolton, UKDoes Post traumatic growth follow disfellowship and sexual minority conversion therapy? Salvaging of a precarious identity: An empirical investigation using positive autoethnography approach.
Psychological therapies for the treatment of disfellowshipment following post conversion therapy: A scoping review.
John Carlo ColotPolytechnic University of the PhilippinesAnti- Violence Against Women and Their Children Act in the Philippines: Assessing The Effectiveness and Impact on Access to Justice
Cherry De Leon-GenerosoPolytechnic University of the PhilippinesWomen’s Rights Movements and Political Development : Examining the Role of Activism in Promoting Gender Equality in NCR Philippines
Cláudia Sofia Bastos Carvalho NovaisUniversity of Minho, PortugalGender and repression: honour and virginity” pardons in Portugal during the Early Modern Period”
Junfeng ZhuUtrecht University, NetherlandsMeasuring the mediation effect: family pressure to engage in heterosexual marriage in China and its societal and parental drivers
gender studies conference Karolien GebruersHeriot-Watt University, UKI do feel like I’m tolerated, but not accepted” – Exploring the experiences of female interpreters be(com)ing International Sign conference interpreters
Manisha MohantyIndian Institute of Technology Bhubaneswar, IndiaRe-examining Rape-revenge Cinema:  Promising Young Woman (2020) and Bulbbul (2020)
Blessing ChukwukaQueen’s University Belfast, UKExamining the Work-Life Interface: Maternal Bodies and Institutional Logics in Organizational Contexts
Baguma Ivan JamesGabula Royal Foundation, UgandaGender inequality and the significance of social –economic transformation of women in Uganda
Mary Oluwatobiloba OdetoyinboLancaster University, UKAcademic Motherhood in Nigeria: Career Trajectories and Experiences of Nigerian Women in Higher Education Institutions
gender studies conference Mugambwa RobertThe Center-Left Think Tank in Africa, UgandaNavigating Realities: A Case Study of LGBTQ+ Experiences in Uganda, Kenya, Burundi, and Malawi
Megan WilliamsNorth-West University, South Africa‘Kampvegters vir die Klitterati’ – A linguistical exploration of South African Queer Identifying Women and Non-Binary Individuals.
Rachana PillaiVellore Institute of Technology, IndiaReconciliation of Indian Rainbow Parents: Transition of Psyche from Denial to Pride
Rachel LoftonGraduate School of Psychology and Education, Pepperdine University, USATransgender Participation in Chess
Jana-Isabelle DilgerTrilateral Research, UKResistance to anti-gender campaigns – the role of feminist change-makers
Safia IftikharEdith Cowan University, AustraliaDiasporic challenges, Patriarchal norms, and Pakistani immigrant women in Australia
Anika AsthanaPrinceton University, USABorder Crossings: Race, Gender, and Abolition in the British Public Reception to Ellen and William Craft
Liya AiNagoya University, JapanPride Parade Participants’ Motivation in Japan
Shraddha JhaIndian Institute of Technology Bhubaneswar, IndiaSafeguarding Women Through Rape: Patriarchal Morality in Sowmya Rajendran’s The Lesson (2015)
Victoria Kopperschmidt(UKSH Kiel; Institut für Sexualmedizin und Forensische Psychiatrie und Psychotherapie), GermanyDevelopment of an observational online questionnaire to study human sexuality
Piumi LaKchani DenagamageUniversity of Northern British Columbia, CanadaMapping grassroots women’s representations in academic research on the Women, Peace and Security Agenda in the Global South
Natasha GilaniUniversity of Toronto, FranceResilience and Activism Among Queer Women in Pakistan
Yuchen LiLund University, SwedenFlowing Body: The Collision of Power Relations, Mind and Body Agency
Keren MoranWestern Sydney University, AustraliaEyebrows and eyelashes. Investigating Australian primary teachers’ implicit beliefs about creativity and gender: using AI to isolate gender as the singular changeable variable.
Chiara AntoniucciDepartment of Development and Social Psychology, Faculty of Medicine and Psychology, Sapienza University of Rome, ItalyPromoting Physical Health in Older Sexual Minority Italian Adults: Resources and Obstacles
Nicolina FuscoBoston University, United StatesA Longitudinal Examination of Associations Between Bias-Based Harassment and Substance Use Among Sexual Minority Youth
Shu Cean ChuaBirkbeck University of London, UKAn Inquiry into the Lives of  Queer Chinese Malaysians:  The Quest for Queer Space and Identity Reconciliation
Paola PietrosantiSapienza University of Rome, ItalyThe Lavander Scare: Discrimination and Inequality Towards The LGBTQIA+ Community in The Past and Present U.S.
Joseph BlackChiang Mai University, ThailandMythologizing Asian Masculinities: A Critical Analysis of Homoerotic Instagram Imagery
Rasmika NaiduStadio Higher Education, South AfricaReevaluating our ga(y)ze: an exploration into how Park Chan-wook’s The Handmaiden (2016) creates empathy for queer individuals
Kirsty RackliffUniversity of Nottingham, UKCaught Between the Binary: Exploring Dominant Representations of Detransition on TikTok
Nadezhda MartynovaDepartment of General Philosophy, Kazan Federal University, RussiaBiological sex, gender roles, and sexual scripts.
Rama SinghUniversity of Exeter, UKUndoing the Queer Discourse: Incapability of Language to Recuperate Montaigne’s Monsters
Wynn TashmanUniversity of Nevada Las Vegas, USAPotties and Prejudices: An Intersectional Legal Battle for Access to Public Bathrooms
Polina LukyantsevaKyoto University, JapanDV in International Households in Japan: Interview and Questionary Survey Results on Sexual and Emotional Abuse
gender studies conference María Auxiliadora Castillo SotoUtrecht University, NetherlandsChallenging European Belonging: Representations of Female Transnational Experiences in Marrón by Rocío Quillahuaman
Kyle WilliamsThe Ohio State University, USAOskar Seidlin’s Inspiring Journey as a Gay Jewish Scholar and Soldier
Hsu SunDepartment of Social Work, National Taiwan UniversityThe Desire of Recognition: Discussion on Transnormativity in Taiwan
Antonia HeilDeggendorf Institute of Technology, GermanyGender Equitable Interactions in Online Videoconferencing: Exploring the Dynamics of Power Relationships in Corporate Online Meetings
Rukaya Al ZayaniÖrebro Universitet, SwedenOnline Queer Sex Work in Turkey