Specifically designed to encompass the Canadian experience, the 45 articles in Canadian Perspectives in Sexualities Studies: Identities, Experiences, and the Context of Change explore the way that our beliefs about sexuality have evolved from the mid-nineteenth century to the present day. Offering an unprecedented blend of foundational texts together with highlights from Canadian scholarship, Part I uses classic works to provide students with a strong foundation for understanding how sexuality research has progressed. Parts II, III, and IV deal with themes of identity, stigma, and knowledge, respectively. The articles in these sections reflect the significant growth and development in sexuality studies in Canada in recent years and introduce students to ground-breaking research on topics from school dress codes to cohabitation to the impact of race, the media, and the health and education system on sexuality today. Offering a balanced and thought-provoking selection of articles, this reader addresses a vast range of topics to provide students with an engaging and balanced snapshot of this field in Canada.