The Against Nature Journal 3


The Against Nature Journal is a biannual arts and human rights magazine that fosters dialogue on LGBQTI+ rights and rethinks nature anew. With a mix of creative writing, journalism, legal scholarship and visual culture, authors and readers from law, activism, social sciences, and the arts are brought together to explore "crime against nature" laws and their legacies.

This third issue reviews the many ways in which medicine has pathologized non-procreative sexual desire— those bodies that challenge gender binaries or expose different abilities—while imagining other ways of collectively well-being. 

It is followed by a focus on trans and intersex policies and presents a section oriented towards "plural healing" and the need to decolonize health care practices and institutions. 

Measures: 23.5 x 14.5 cm
Pages: 144
Binding: Soft cover