MEN, SEX & INTIMACY
This project explores cisgender, heterosexual men's negotiations of sex, consent, and intimacy. It is funded by the Australian Research Council.
This project aims to understand young cisgender, heterosexual men’s experiences of sexual intimacy and technology use, and how those experiences relate to their sexuality and sexual engagement with women.
This project will enhance knowledge on the ways young men engage with women and enhance capacity to build community collaboration in working with men on gender equality.
Dr Andrea Waling, ARCSHS, La Trobe University
Dr Alexandra James, ARCSHS, La Trobe University
The Australian Research Centre in Sex, Health and Society (ARCSHS), La Trobe University
La Trobe University Human Research Council Ethics HEC20110
To document contemporary public discourses concerning consent, men, and #metoo
To explore how cisgender heterosexual Australian men interpret discourses around #MeToo and broader expectations relating to dating, consent, and sex with women
DATING & ROMANCE
To investigate how these men are navigating relationships and sexual intimacy with women in context of the #metoo movement, and the impact that this has had on their renegotiation and understanding of their sexual lives and dating practices
To advance knowledge on how social movements can facilitate and enact change regarding the prevention of sexual violence, and to highlight where they can be more effective