A Brief History of Sexual Orientations
Anabelle Bernard Fournier is just a researcher of sexual and reproductive wellness at the University of Victoria in addition to a freelance journalist on different wellness subjects. Steven Gans, MD is board certified in psychiatry and it is an active manager, instructor, and mentor at Massachusetts General Hospital. Picture by Diego Duarte Cereceda on Unsplash. From the belated nineteenth century to recently, there were just two feasible intimate orientations: right and gay/lesbian. Bisexuals, pansexuals, along with other orientations that are queer recently expanded the number of intimate orientation identities.
But, our culture nevertheless expects individuals to be heterosexual a sensation called heteronormativity. Continue reading “What exactly is this brand new group of heteroflexibility and so what does it suggest?”