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 English Publications
   A Glossary of Terms in Gender and Sexuality (Second Edition)  
A Glossary of Terms in Gender and Sexuality is a collection of definitions of the most commonly used terms and concepts related to gender, sexuality, and reproductive health, as well as simple explanations of some of the most widely used concepts in the social sciences.

 
 Thai Publications
   Thai: Sexual Language in Thai Society: Power, Rights and Sexual Well-Being 
When we know sexual terminology both broadly and deeply, we will have a new perspective in talking and writing, and Thai society will finally know that sexual matters are not ‘known anyway’, private, mysterious or despicable.
   Thai: HIV, Muslim Women, and Their Communities 
HIV, Muslim Women, and Their Communities is the edited version of the report from the “Seminar on HIV/AIDS and the Muslim Community in Thailand” held in Nakhon Si Thammarat, Thailand in 2006, which presented research on the Assessment of Roles, Gender and Religion in Preventing HIV/AIDS and Access to Health Services.
   Thai: Fluidity of Sexuality: Gender Identity, Sexuality, and Health 
Fluidity of Sexuality: Gender Identity, Sexuality, and Health is a collection of reports and proceedings of several seminars and conferences relating to gender, sexuality, and health organized by the Southeast Asian Consortium on Gender, Sexuality, and Health (Consortium). This first Thai publication covers a wide range of issues related to sexuality in Thai society from various sociocultural perspectives.
 
  Monograph
   Sexuality in Southeast Asia and China: Emerging Issues 
Sexuality in Southeast Asia and China: Emerging Issues is a collection of research reports on sexuality conducted by young scholars from China, Indonesia, Malaysia, Myanmar, the Philippines, and Vietnam who were supported by the Rockefeller Foundation, whose funds were administered through the Southeast Asian Consortium on Gender, Sexuality, and Health. These reports represent different cultural settings and a range of sexuality issues.

   Researching Sexuality and Sexual Health in Southeast Asia and China 
Researching Sexuality and Sexual Health in Southeast Asia and China, here in its second edition, a collection of selected papers from the 6th Asia-Pacific Social Sciences and Medicine Conference that was held in Kunming, China in 2002. It provides some indication of the state of sexuality and sexual health research in the region.

   Cross-Border Sexuality in the Greater Mekong Sub-Region (Executive Summary) 
Cross-Border Sexuality in the Greater Mekong Sub-Region (Executive Summary), here in its second edition, is a collection of the report from the workshop on “Cross-Border Sexuality in Greater Mekong Sub-Region” which was one important activity of the 6th Asia-Pacific Social Sciences and Medicine Conference (APPSAM) held in Kunming, China in 2002.

   Living on the Edges: Cross-Border Mobility and Sexual Exploitation 
Living on the Edges: Cross-Border Mobility and Sexual Exploitation, here in its second edition, is a series of six studies conducted in the Greater Southeast Asia Sub-Region included in this volume try to investigate the issues of cross-border migration, trafficking in women, sexuality and exploitation. This volume is the fourth publication of Consortium.

 
 Translation Series
   Thai Sex Talk 
The Thai language has extraordinarily rich, varied, and multi-leveled vocabularies for sexual anatomy, sexual behaviors, sexual identities, and attitudes to sexuality. The authors of this in-depth study of twenty-one keywords deal directly and unflinchingly with the language of sex in Thailand in all its raw, sometimes humorous, and often derogatory immediacy. The registers of spoken Thai (phasa phut), the language of the marketplace (phasa talat), as well as official discourse (phasa ratchakan), literary usages (phasa khian), and technical and academic vocabularies (phasa wichakan) are all covered.
   Luto NG DIYOS (A FEAST FROM GOD) 
Luto NG DIYOS (A FEAST FROM GOD) The Life Stories of Husbands and Wives is authored by Grace Aguiling-Dalisay, Roberto Mendoza, John Benedict Santos, Anita Echevarria. This book features thirty (30) stories based on the experiences of fifteen (15) pairs of married couple who agreed to participate in the importance of the notion of caring in the life of the contemporary Filipino married couples. The stories may be a mirror of the various challenges as well as adjustment that may also be experienced by couples who live in the same milieus as the fifteen couples described here.
   Sexuality in China 
Sexuality in China is authored by Professor Pan Suiming, a renowned Chinese sexologist who has been well recognized for his 20 years of work in “sociology and sexuality.” Prof. Suiming takes a critical view of everyday practices, and his interpretation of these practices brings new insights into how sexuality is integrated into, and affected by, all aspects of life.
   Talk About Sexuality in Thailand 
Talk About Sexuality in Thailand, is authored by Professor Nithi Aeusrivongse, one of the most prominent historians and philosophers in Thailand. The selected articles by Prof. Aeusrivongse situate a wide range of issues related to gender and sexuality in the Thai context and provide reflection on topics of high interest to a broad segment of Thai society.