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This paper examines community debates about brothels and healthy sexuality in a rural coastal region where the state is expanding its reach into domestic life via the regulation of sexual intimacies and family violence. Local debates about healthy sexuality embody the historically contested and currently changing nature of state — community relationships in this previously marginalized region. Drawing from over 10 years of ethnographic research on gender, violence, and human rights in Ecuador, this paper reveals the co-construction of rural intimacies and the boundaries of state intervention.
Exactly as she says. We must think of the young people! On the surface, the brothel debate in Las Colinas focuses on healthy sexuality, morality, and public security. In fact, this illogic — a fundamental gender reversal — has the world turned upside down.
The turbulence of modern times extends far beyond gender roles. For people in Las Colinas, it also includes fundamental changes in the nature of local gov- ernance. Most inhabitants believe that there is no going back to regional auton- omy; their futures depend on the strategic acceptance of certain forms of governance that would simultaneously allow for their participation in decision-making.