ISSN 1369-1058 (Print); ISSN 1464-5351 (Online)
Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group
Sex, Health and the Technological Imagination
Davis, Mark; Rasmussen, Mary Lou
After the clinic? Researching sexual health technology in context
Emergent HIV technology: urban Tanzanian women's narratives of medical research, microbicides and sexuality
Configuring the users of new HIV-prevention technologies: the case of HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis
Quantified sex: a critical analysis of sexual and reproductive self-tracking using apps
Ovulation monitoring and reproductive heterosex: living the conceptive imperative?
Wilkinson, Joann; Roberts, Celia; Mort, Maggie
‘Banking time’: egg freezing and the negotiation of future fertility
Technology, normalisation and male sex work
MacPhail, Catherine; Scott, John; Minichiello, Victor
Speculative pragmatism and intimate arrangements: online hook-up devices in gay life
‘Even though it's a small checkbox, it's a big deal’: stresses and strains of managing sexual identity(s) on Facebook
Rubin, Jennifer D.; McClelland, Sara I.
‘And next, just for your enjoyment!’: sex, technology and the constitution of desire
Dowsett, Gary W.