Imagi(ni)ng Bodies as Pleasure: Interrogating Sexual Identity Among University Youth

Citation:
OSAAJI DRMUMIAGEOFREY. "Imagi(ni)ng Bodies as Pleasure: Interrogating Sexual Identity Among University Youth.". In: Mila (N.S.), Vol. 9 (2008), pp. 16 . Institute of Anthropology, Gender and African Studies; 2008.

Abstract:

This paper examines how young men in Kenya are (de)constructing their body for sexual pleasure. The study is based on male students at the University of Nairobi. It seeks to find out the factors contributing to new trends in body and image projection. It analyses the distinguishing characteristics of these new trends in vogue. Finally, the study seeks to find out whose identity (local or foreign) emerges from these sexuality statements. In this inquiry, the guiding framework is hip-hop.   Results show that sexual identity among Kenyan youth is in a state of flux; the youth are under pressure to

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