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The book is intended to be both a state and a reproduction policy ethnography in Romania.
This book is an analysis of the access of Romani women to reproductive health in post-socialist Romania.
The main thesis of the book is that Romania is more democratic for men than for women, and the simple existence of formal rights for women does not guarantee that they are exercised in reality.
Approaching the biblical text of the Genesis from a feminist perspective with a special focus on Christian orthodoxy and the overcoming of the excess of somatophoby.
The texts are grouped thematically in five parts, dealing with Romanian patriarchal culture; the Romanian feminist movement; politics and feminism in Romania; family and private life; media and feminism.
Analysis of gender relations in Romania during the transition from communism period.
Contains twenty life histories of women’s experiences of birth.