Made in la workers go on strike to protest the unfair

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“Made in LA” Workers go on strike to protest the unfair wages they are being paid to create these garments for Forever 21. Takes years for them to fight for these wages, ends up that the companies take their manufacturing across seas due to them no longer being able to make the garments as cheaply as they used to. “Sexual Health of Latino Migrant Day Labourers Under Conditions of Structural Vulnerability,” Sexual health has physical, emotional, mental and spiritual dimensions, can lead to the prevention of STDs and pregnancy. Directly related to a population’s degree of structural vulnerability, characterized by their living and working conditions, Latino migrant day workers have especially poor conditions for both things. Large population of undocumented migrant workers, half are single, very much under the poverty line, barely can eat. Relatively low HIV presence, men typically resort to sex workers as they are the only people available. Have a desire to have a family to come home to. Workers that had been in the US for longer expressed more frustration the ones who had recently migrated, lots of drinking to deal with this frustration. Sex with sex workers is the main outlet for pent up sexual urges, use condoms in order to avoid anything bad happening. Use church as a way to meet decent women. Sample Final Questions Define intersectionality and give an example from the reading.
What are the three patterns of migration of Filipina/o domestic workers? Which is most common and why?
How does scientific language about fertilization reproduce gender norms?
Name two positive and two negative effects of social media use by adolescents
Possible Essay Topics
1. cultural beliefs surrounding the sexed body
2. categories of gender identity and their relationship to colonialism
3. the economics of sex, gender, and labor

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