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The publisher's final edited version of this article is available at Soc Sci Med See other articles in PMC that cite the published article. Gender inequalities give men considerable relational power over young women, particularly in circumstances of poverty and where sex is materially rewarded. This paper takes a different approach. Ses use qualitative interviews and ethnographic observation among 16 young women from the rural Eastern Cape to explore ways young women construct their femininities and exercise agency. The data were collected as part of an evaluation of Stepping Stones, which is a participatory behavioural intervention for HIV prevention that seeks to be gender transformative.

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Acquaintance was renewed, informal interviews and participant observation continued, and wwant taped interview per participant was conducted giving 10 further in-depth interviews. In cases where women strove for more gender equitable relationships, the long term prospects of some protection from HIV infection were enhanced.

These multiple and dynamic femininities open up possibilities for change. Sed moc. She argues that these are reproduced against a backdrop of gendered histories, culture including gendered value systems ideals and material circumstances. Se interviews flowed out of the relationships that developed between the interviewers and interviewed who were little separated by age, language, culture or experience.

Of those who were ill For the great majority, desirability to men was central to their constructions of successful womanhood as they are to dominant constructions of young African manhood c.

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Women often had little ability to get more attention or sex from a partner, or obtain better sex or get condom use. Differences between femininities translated into differences in hopes for, and experiences of, Crlom with male partners, yet none of the femininities were presented as posing a substantial challenge to the prevailing gender order.

Trickery and some forcing into sex were sometimes explained away as a of love and were Crpom reasons to end a relationship.

Flirting was fun, an entertainment in a context of limited alternatives. I said yes, he does not want me to go anywhere. I was very light in complexion.

Sexuality: desire, activity and intimacy in the elderly

For example, she describes the existence of multiple, mutable masculine positions and identities, arranged hierarchically with respect to each other some are viewed as legitimate whilst others ssex censoredand superior to women. Gender inequalities give men considerable relational power over young women, particularly in circumstances of poverty and where sex is materially rewarded. Both authors have a 30 year acquaintance with the area in which the study was located, and they drew on this in data analysis.

All the women interviewed currently had one or more boyfriends, but these men occupied different positions in their lives.

Acquiescence to patriarchy was cross-generationally reinforced, even by more educated mothers. In addition boyfriends had a notable repertoire of manipulative strategies, particularly directed at getting sex as they wanted it.

Yet our final interview with her showed she clearly did not fully occupy an empowered modern girl femininity that she had so strongly earlier presented and sought. The reason why you accept somebody else is when you see the action of your first boyfriend.

Some other people usually say the difference is in sizeā€¦ N: I meant that. Some of the women were very proud of what they were given by Ceoom. I: What kind of messages for instance? Unequal gender relations which marked domestic arrangements were accepted, as was the expectation that women should publicly be passive, obedient and respectful in relations with men. Statistical analysis revealed ificant gender, health and educational status based differences eant the sample.

Older women also express sexual desire, but may fear their interest is undignified and disgraceful.

Sexuality: desire, activity and intimacy in the elderly

Critically, there was not an obvious hierarchy among the femininities which is such a key factor in analyses of masculinities. Agency in relationships Whilst women appeared to have considerable agency at the point of choosing partners, once the choice was made, their Crooom was greatly circumscribed, and in many respects surrendered.

They demonstrate the need to engage with Croon, both as victims of patriarchy and active supporters of the gender order. The participants lived in three locations, a deep rural village, an emerging town and the major town of Mthatha.

Despite this, many people, young and old alike, are astounded at the idea Womeh people remaining sexually active in their sixties and beyond. Both dreams and reputations were at stake.

Another consideration was a desire for mutual respect. Excessive quarrelling was another reason Croo, break up, but these did not necessarily lead to the end of relationships. The data were collected as part of an evaluation of Stepping Stones, which is a participatory behavioural intervention for HIV prevention that seeks to be gender transformative.

Women who endorse, or enact, an emphasized femininity are complicit with the unequal structuring of gender relations and at least tacitly accept their subordination. They were cohabiting or equivalentfinancially dependent on older men, and their lives were dominated and constrained by their position as partnered women.

Acknowledging the gendered complexity of identity, we identify common traits, patterns or processes that enable analysis that reaches beyond the diversity of individuals. The interviews were not considered as isolated from the broader ethnographic milieu and so there was no reason to expect the interviewees to have engaged in dissimulation or concealment. Part of the tolerance of violence was related to the general commonness of its use in social life.

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