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1 With the third wave of feminism, sexual identity and compulsory heterosexuality became a subject of study for anarchists, yielding a post-structuralist critique of sexual normality.
2 Amazingly, the woman happened to be Ginsberg's girlfriend that he was living with during one of his forays into heterosexuality.
3 The Swiss psychoanalyst Fritz Morgenthaler shares a similar perspective in his book, Homosexuality, Heterosexuality, Perversion (1988).
4 The mural was meant to challenge "long-held assumptions regarding the traditional exclusivity of heterosexuality in lowrider culture."
5 He explains how "mechano-eroticism," which links the technology used to create the unique mechanical sound of disco to eroticism, sets the genre in a new dimension of reality living outside of naturalism and heterosexuality.
6 One's sexual orientation is a "predilection for homosexuality, heterosexuality, or bisexuality".
7 While Presley was marketed as an icon of heterosexuality, some cultural critics have argued that his image was ambiguous.
8 Many gay rights supporters argue that teachings about the diverse sexual orientations that exist outside of heterosexuality are pertinent to creating students that are well informed about the world around them.
9 In the course of the poem, "he considers every form of sexual orientation – celibacy, homosexuality, hedonism, and heterosexuality – raising the same kinds of questions as when he considers Islam or Democracy".
10 Heterosexuality is romantic attraction, sexual attraction or sexual behavior between persons of the opposite sex or gender.
11 As a sexual orientation, heterosexuality is "an enduring pattern of emotional, romantic, and/or sexual attractions" to persons of the opposite sex;
12 Along with bisexuality and homosexuality, heterosexuality is one of the three main categories of sexual orientation within the heterosexual–homosexual continuum.
13 The term heterosexual or heterosexuality is usually applied to humans, but heterosexual behavior is observed in all other mammals and in other animals, as it is necessary for sexual reproduction.
14 The abstract noun "heterosexuality" is first recorded in 1900.
15 It has been suggested that both male and female heterosexuality are the results of this process.
16 In these studies heterosexuality in females is linked to a lower amount of masculinization than is found in lesbian females, though when dealing with male heterosexuality there are results supporting both higher and lower degrees of masculinization than homosexual males.
17 Sexual orientation change efforts are methods that aim to change sexual orientation, used to try to convert homosexual and bisexual people to heterosexuality.
18 Modern symbols of heterosexuality in societies derived from European traditions still reference symbols used in these ancient beliefs.
19 Jonathan Ned Katz dates the definition of heterosexuality, as it is used today, to the late 19th century.
20 "The attention paid the sexual abnormal created a need to name the sexual normal, the better to distinguish the average him and her from the deviant it." The creation of the term heterosexual consolidated the social existence of the pre-existing heterosexual experience and created a sense of ensured and validated normalcy within it. The Judeo-Christian tradition has several scriptures related to heterosexuality.
21 Heteronormativity denotes or relates to a world view that promotes heterosexuality as the normal or preferred sexual orientation for people to have.
22 Many gender and sexuality scholars argue that compulsory heterosexuality, a continual and repeating reassertion of heterosexual norms, is a facet of heterosexism.
23 Compulsory heterosexuality is the idea that female heterosexuality is both assumed and enforced by a patriarchal society.
24 Heterosexuality is then viewed as the natural inclination or obligation by both sexes.
25 Consequently, anyone who differs from the normalcy of heterosexuality is deemed deviant or abhorrent.
26 Heterosexuality is the romantic or sexual attraction to the opposite sex.
27 However, they also "discriminate . . . between heterosexuality and homosexuality."
28 Few literary works displayed hostility towards non-heterosexuality, apart from partisan statements and debates about types of love (which also occurred in heterosexual contexts).
29 There are a number of Islamic ex-gay organizations, that is, those composed of people claiming to have experienced a basic change in sexual orientation from exclusive homosexuality to exclusive heterosexuality.
30 These groups, like those based in socially conservative Christianity, are aimed at attempting to guide homosexuals towards heterosexuality.