Indigenous sex

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Throughout the year, I have seen many of my fellow Indigenous people challenge the narratives arounds Canada However, I am always concerned with how Indigenous voices and experiences are either co-opted by institutions and governments. For instance, when Stephen Harper introduced the bill now law that criminalizes prostitution in , I was the only First Nations woman with lived experience to oppose the bill. The things I stated at the parliamentary committee, opposing the bill, is nothing new and I continue to repeat these same words.

Indigenous Sexualities: Resisting Conquest and Translation

Indigenous Sexualities: Resisting Conquest and Translation

Visit our Research Matters blog for weekly posts from the homelessness sector here. The Canadian Observatory on Homelessness is the largest national research institute devoted to homelessness in Canada. The recent history of Canada is the history of the colonization of Aboriginal peoples. We use the terms Aboriginal, Indigenous, First Nations, and Native throughout this paper to refer to nations of people who have lived in Canada continuously for thousands of years. Colonization is a process that includes geographic incursion, sociocultural dislocation, the establishment of external political control and economic dispossession, the provision of low-level social services, and ultimately, the creation of ideological formulations around race and skin color which position the colonizers at a higher evolutionary level than the colonized Frideres, The transformation of Aboriginal people from the state of good health that had impressed travellers from Europe to one of ill health, for which Aboriginal people were and still are often held responsible, grew worse as sources of food and clothing from the land declined and traditional economies collapsed. It grew worse still as once-mobile peoples were confined to small plots of land where resources and opportunities for natural sanitation were limited.

Sex Trafficking

Worldwide, Indigenous people are at a higher risk of human trafficking—including both sex trafficking and labor trafficking—than other diverse populations Administration for Children and Families, Statistics, and information on domestic violence, and human trafficking in Native Hawaiian communities by the Asian Pacific Institute on Gender-Based Violence. Introduction The social, political, and cultural instability during the colonial era and American Revolution involved ongoing warfare, shifting allegiances among Indigenous and European nations, enslavement, and relocation of Indigenous people. The Women Are Sacred calendar includes awareness months and days reflecting the safety for Native women movement along with beautiful color photographs, artwork and images. What is human trafficking and what does it look like in Indigenous, tribal communities?
This is an excerpt from Sexuality and Translation in World Politics. Get your free copy here. Sexual diversity has historically been the norm, not the exception, among Indigenous peoples.