Here is a great post by ejaneward at the Social (In)Queery blog discussing the social origins of sexuality and the complexity of notions, such as “choice”, which we are too often keen to simplify. What do you think?
Social (In)Queery is a collective project to enhance public access to good social data on sexuality and gender. Begun in 2011 by sociologists Tey Meadow, C.J. Pascoe and Jane Ward, Social (In)Queery promotes collaborative dialogue, interdisciplinary investigation and feminist and queer analysis of topics relevant to public debate.
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