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“…The number of cases of the disease among young people (15 to 24 years) has risen and people born in the 1990s are 3.2 times more likely to be HIV-positive than those born in the 1970s and who initiated sexual activity at the beginning of the 1990s, while young men (15 to 23 years) who have sex with men are 6.6 times more likely to be HIV-positive than those who initiated sexual activity at the at the peak of the epidemic 29 . The political scenario has taken a drastic turn away from the "Brazilian formula for success": ultraconservative Christians have questioned sex education in schools and legislative proposals have accused successful approaches of "propagating gender ideology" 30 . Reminiscent of the dictatorship and cold war 3 , a mixture of discourses prevails that fails to recognize the constitutional right of religious freedom and safeguard the secular state, disregarding that more than half of families are outside the "desirable" traditional model 31 .…”
Section: Anticipating Policy Reversalsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The number of cases of the disease among young people (15 to 24 years) has risen and people born in the 1990s are 3.2 times more likely to be HIV-positive than those born in the 1970s and who initiated sexual activity at the beginning of the 1990s, while young men (15 to 23 years) who have sex with men are 6.6 times more likely to be HIV-positive than those who initiated sexual activity at the at the peak of the epidemic 29 . The political scenario has taken a drastic turn away from the "Brazilian formula for success": ultraconservative Christians have questioned sex education in schools and legislative proposals have accused successful approaches of "propagating gender ideology" 30 . Reminiscent of the dictatorship and cold war 3 , a mixture of discourses prevails that fails to recognize the constitutional right of religious freedom and safeguard the secular state, disregarding that more than half of families are outside the "desirable" traditional model 31 .…”
Section: Anticipating Policy Reversalsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Official Brazilian delegations have been very active at UN-sponsored intergovernmental conferences which in the 1990's made significant advances on reaching an international consensus on women's rights. The defense of women's rights as human rights in tune with the results of the World Conference on Human Rights (Vienna, 1993), the defense of sexual and reproductive rights in terms of the International Conference on Population and Development Program of Action (Cairo, 1994) and the approval without reservations of the Beijing Platform for Action (1995) placed Brazil in the progressive bloc in the ever more intense confrontation between governments favorable to women's rights from a feminist perspective, and conservative governments, led by the Vatican (Otto 1996;Soares 1995;Corrêa 2018). Brazilian activism ran parallel to the country's recovery of its international role as defender of multilateralism and human rights once redemocratization began.…”
Section: Brazil's Diplomatic Positions On Women's Rights In Internatimentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Ainda antes do surgimento do termo "ideologia de gênero", tivemos o início de uma ofensiva conservadora contra o conceito de "gênero" nos anos de 1990, quando esta noção passou a ser assumida por órgãos governamentais e paraestatais, adentrando na agenda de políticas públicas em diversas regiões do mundo. Essa ofensiva partiu da Igreja Católica e de grupos leigos de ativismo católico, que passaram a se articular internacionalmente contra o avanço da agenda de direitos sexuais e reprodutivos no mundo (Bracke & Paternotte, 2016;Cornejo-Valle & Pichardo, 2017;Corrêa, 2018;Junqueira, 2017;Vaggione, 2017) e, consequentemente, contra a "destruição da família" por meio do aborto, da liberalização dos costumes sexuais, do casamento homoafetivo e da adoção homoparental.…”
Section: Uma Inovação Discursiva Do Conservadorismo Cristãounclassified
“…A IV Conferência Mundial de Mulheres da ONU, realizada em 1995, na cidade de Pequim, consolidou as políticas de gênero no cenário internacional, assim como abriu espaços para o reconhecimento de demandas como o direito ao aborto e as pautas LGBT, se tratando de um importante marco histórico quando nos referimos ao discurso da "ideologia de gênero" (Blázquez-Rodríguez et al, 2018;Corrêa, 2018;César & Duarte, 2017;Machado, 2018;Amaya, 2017). Isto se conformou desta forma porque, após esta conferência, o conservadorismo cristão se reorganizou internacionalmente em uma "cruzada moral" anti-gênero (Balieiro, 2018 (...) a família tradicional formada pelo esposo, a esposa e seus filhos, vem sendo solapada de várias maneiras.…”
Section: Uma Inovação Discursiva Do Conservadorismo Cristãounclassified
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