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WPJ Twitter Chat: The Big Question

How do Sex & Sexuality affect an individual's role in society?

In our Spring 2014 issue, World Policy Journal asked a panel of experts to weigh in on how gender and sexuality affect their respective societies. For centuries, sex and sexuality have played central roles in forming the nature of societies and governments. But only recently, within the past century or less, has the competition or selection of man vs. woman determined the nature of government, its citizens, and the way the two interact.

Now we are opening the conversation to our World Policy audience. Follow #sexandsexuality to join in on the conversation. 

Our Big Question respondents participating in the Twitter Chat:

Jina Moore, Nairobi-based reporter covering global women's rights and Africa for BuzzFeed. @itsjina

Hans Billimoria, director of Grassrooted Trust, a Sri Lankan organization for anyone marginalized around sex, drugs, and culture. @grassrootedSL

Coral Herrera Gómez, a Costa Rica-based gender communications consultant. @coralherreragom

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WPJ Twitter Chat: The Big Question

In our Fall 2014 issue Connectivity, World Policy Journal asked a panel of experts to weigh in on how social media has affected their respective societies. Social media and smartphones, the latter carrying this newest of mankind’s means of communication and activism, have in many cases served as agents of change for both good and ill. We asked our panel how these new networks and those who use them may have disrupted daily life in their respective parts of the world.

Now we are opening the conversation to our World Policy audience. Follow #Connectivity to join in on the conversation. 

Our Big Questions respondents participating in the Twitter Chat:

Igor Lyubashenko, assistant professor at the University of Social Sciences and Humanities in Warsaw, and contributing editor to New Eastern Europe. @IgorLyubashenko

Nwachukwu Egbunike, media researcher in Ibadan, specializes in social media, political participation, and social movements. He edits for African Hadithi and writes for Global Voices Online. @feathersproject

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