A Narrative of Sexual Health
This chapter delineates violence from sexual axis by treating regulation of sexuality as a form of violence albeit its legitimacy. The governance of sexuality takes place through the production of discourse, which orders the subjective position and persuasive approach. In a Foucauldian sense, it conceives violence both at corporeal level as well as metaphoric level. It depicts how routine monitoring of the sexual activities of the Female Sex Workers (FSW) are met with resistance by them and reproduce social inequality, subjugation and stigma by unravelling the contradictory character of a community oriented Sexually Transmitted Infection (STI) management programme which in-fact aimed to liberate FSWs from discrimination and inequality.
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