The two basic assumptions of this research project are to say that sex is a social practice and that therefore is no sex before culture. So, let's think about it: What is sex? What does sexuality mean? What does it mean to say "There's no sex before culture?" And how does cultural and social anthropology deal with the topic?
I am a social anthropologist conducting research about sexuality passionate about my profession contesting every so called normal thinking provoking people to think beyond their habits motivated to show that nothing is natural except if it's constructed
On this blog I selected some of my fieldnotes and made them available for everyone who's interested in this topic. It should give some insight into my thinking during fieldwork and in the topics which surround my research interest. I don't claim to make strict scientific conclusions. It is what it is: fieldnotes.