All living things reproduce. Reproduction — the process by which organisms make more organisms like themselves — is one of the things that set living things apart from nonliving matter. But even though the reproductive system is...
This paper presents the results of anthropological research on graphic and verbal images of the reproductive system carried out among 99 women and men living in four shantytowns in Porto Alegre, Brazil. Interviewers were instructed to ask for the drawings in the course of interviews lasting hours. Some 55 drawings of the female reproductive system by men and 99 by women were produced and are analysed here together with information from the interviews and observational data. The majority of the men's drawings of women's reproductive system tended to include 'external' body parts only, in contrast with the 'hidden' nature of the internal body parts, which were commonly depicted by the women. Women have been more exposed to the health system than men and the majority made basic biomedical types of drawings. However, their verbal representations were sometimes informed by other notions and values and their physical experience of their bodies. Lack of contact with the health system does not fully account for the men's apparent lack of knowledge about the reproductive body.
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