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sexual orientation

  1. tazz

    UK Sexual Orientation Report: "societal attitudes are changing in favour of diversity in sexual identity"

    For anyone who's interested, UK Office of National Statistics released a report today: https://www.ons.gov.uk/peoplepopulationandcommunity/culturalidentity/sexuality/bulletins/sexualidentityuk/2021and2022 "The decrease in those identifying as heterosexual or straight may be attributed to more...
  2. Sabrina

    I think most people are secretly bisexual

    I’ve had that thought since forever and I have never shared it, this is the first time. I believe most people are secretly bisexual, and that there’s just a minority that is 100% heterosexual and 100% homosexual. I know it’s a polemic thought, that’s why I’ve never shared it before, but this...
  3. DuckRabbit

    Androgynous essence vs. gender dysphoria

    I am interested in the theory of 'Aspergirls' author Rudy Simone that Asperger girls tend to be androgynous in mannerisms, behaviour and essence. She argues that their thinking patterns and style of clothing may not be typically feminine. They may have an inability to empathise with the feminine...
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