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DOI: https://doi.org/10.15332/iust.v0i17.2423

Investigación de la violencia sexual contra hombres (Balance teórico)

Daniela López Gómez

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En este artículo se presenta un balance teórico sobre los trabajos que se han realizado a propósito de la violencia sexual contra los hombres, y su objetivo principal es visibilizar los trabajos que hay sobre este tema e impulsar la investigación de este tipo de violencia en Colombia. El balance hace parte de una investigación más extensa sobre violencia sexual contra hombres en el marco del conflicto armado colombiano, y se realizó a partir de aproximadamente 150 trabajos, entre libros y artículos. Ahora bien, esta investigación muestra tres temas fundamentales desde los cuales se ha estudiado la violencia sexual contra los hombres: 1. La violencia sexual y organismos internacionales. 2. Aspectos conceptuales y teóricos sobre este tipo de violencia. 3. Rutas y vías para visibilizar y tratar esta problemática, temáticas que sin duda alguna son importantes para la comprensión del tema.


Palabras clave

Violencia sexual; género; mancha de la homosexualidad; masculinidad hegemónica; feminización; sesgo anti gay

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