‘It’s your hormones dear’. Time for a rethink on menopause and sex

By drawing attention to the problems in medically thinking about women’s bodies, Sharron Hinchliff writes about how the vocabularies of medicine decontextualise health and illness from its social context reducing the complexities of experiencing menopause.  “As long as there has been brain science there have been – in retrospect – misguided neurological explanations and justifications of sex inequality. AgainContinue reading “‘It’s your hormones dear’. Time for a rethink on menopause and sex”