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This article examines the relationship between “sugar daddyism” and emerging forms of female sociality among young, educated women in urban Uganda. In particular, I demonstrate how the practice of “housing”—wherein one man sponsors an outing for multiple women—fosters new spaces for female...
More than two million Mexican women, including over 60,000 in the southeastern state of Oaxaca (population 3.8 million), generate income through paid domestic labour. Within the local political economy, this low‐paid, low‐status job commodifies the unpaid household chores that local gender role...
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