Question 1: What different paradigms have been used to understand or explain this aspect of sexuality?
Question 2: What key assumptions have been made about this aspect of sexuality over time?
Question 3: How have understandings of this area of sexuality and assumptions about it changed over time?
Question 4: What are the complexities of trying to understand or make sense of this aspect of sexuality?
Question 5: How have different ways of understanding this area of sexuality served as a basis for analysis and action around it?
Question 6: A critical analysis of how this issue/area of sexuality has been constructed, responded to, resisted, reframed and experienced in terms of the policy, practice, activism and lived experience
Question 7: What sort of inequalities, oppressions or discrimination exists in relation to this issue?
Question 8: What has contributed to these inequalities – how have they emerged over time?
Question 9: What ideologies or discourses created the issue?
Question 10: What structural or legal factors shaped the issue? Who has questioned or challenged these inequalities?
Question 11: On what grounds? What strategies have they used to highlight the issue?
Question 12: What solutions for change have they suggested/implemented?
Question 13: How successful have these solutions been?