This article discusses gender and sexuality during the national period and the shift from women's history to the study of the social construction of both femininity and masculinity and of various forms of sexuality. Gender here is both a topic and a category of analysis. The discussion thus sheds much light on other aspects of—in this case, national—society, such as notions of nationality and citizenship, the nature of the modern state and law, populism, and revolutionary and feminist politics. Keywords: women's history , femininity , masculinity , female oppression , historiography , national society. Now is an ideal moment to reflect upon the accomplishments and future challenges of Latin American gender and sexuality history since
Latin women love same-side sitting. Open doors, pull out chairs and offer your jacket. When in Argentina, drink a little Fernet and coke after dinner and it will help with digestion.
For further enlightenment, readers were invited to watch an animated video online of the president masturbating. Good taste is not how tabloids sell copies in any country, but it is hard to imagine a British red top describing a female politician quite so crudely. Women have made great progress towards equality with men, especially in schools, workplaces and politics.