Christian Graugaard

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Christian Lykke Graugaard (born 1967) is a Danish medical doctor,[1] author, poet, and professor of sexology at the Aalborg University.[2] He has published widely about sexology, both in popular and scientific contexts, and he has published a number of collections of his own poetry as well as translations of works by Nordic poets. He has also been a regular contributor to the debate section in the newspaper Politiken. And in his role as director of the organization Sex & Samfund (Sex & Society), he is a frequent commentator on issues related to human sexuality in the Danish public debate.[3] He is a critic of the practice of male circumcision, arguing that it should only be a legal procedure for boys above the age of 15, the Danish age of sexual consent.[4][5]

Publications[edit]

  • Kan jeg købe dine øjnes blå dans (digte) 1986
  • Falske rum (digte) 1987
  • Febertræer (digte) 1988
  • Hjerne og seksualitet – aspekter af teori og klinik 1997
  • Ung og sårbar 2000
  • Sexleksikon – fra abe til Aarestrup 2001
  • Lir – slang om sex 2002
  • Krop, sygdom & seksualitet 2006
  • Kend din krop, mand 2006
  • Corpus – rejser i menneskekroppen 2008
  • Kun for drenge – værd at vide om krop, følelser og sex 2010

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Christian Graugaard | Gyldendal - Den Store Danske" (in Danish). Denstoredanske.dk. 2011-08-18. Retrieved 2013-10-14. 
  2. ^ Navneredaktionen. "Christian Graugaard udnævnt til professor i sexologi - Dagens Medicin". Dagensmedicin.dk. Retrieved 2013-10-14. 
  3. ^ Foto: Tine Sletting (2012-09-17). "Om danskernes seksualitet | Information" (in Danish). Information.dk. Retrieved 2013-10-14. 
  4. ^ AF Christian Graugaard (2013-01-02). "Grabberne væk fra forhuden!" (in Danish). Politiken.dk. Retrieved 2013-12-04. 
  5. ^ Mads Zacho Teglskov (2013-01-02). "Omskæring er ikke et ligegyldigt snuptag med en skalpel" (in Danish). Politiken.dk. Retrieved 2013-12-04. 

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