SOCA03Y3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Polyamory, Sexual Identity, Pansexuality

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Sense of self as masculine or feminine. Sexual identity is fixed, stable, coherent: social constructionism. Ideas about sexual identity are created, disseminated, and maintained by society(foucault uses the term ""disciplinary"") How personal experience changes overtime and how it changes us overtime: sexual orientation: Pansexual(attraction to all sex, including transsexuals and transgendered people: relationships: Polygyny(coupling of one man and more than one woman) Polyandry(coupling of one woman and more than one man) Polyamory(multiple partners by consensus, "responsible non_monogamy: foucault: They are not biological realities, but are socially produced and maintained. In states, you can be fired for being lesbian, bisexual or gay. Higher rates of suicide for those lgbtq. Criminalization around the world: discourses(ways of thinking, talking and writing about the world) What a culture considers to be appropriate sexuality. What to do at home or what to do outside. No sexual relationships between adults and minors. People are assumed to be heterosexual unless proven otherwise.

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