The “Q” in LGBTQ: How Do I Know if I’m Not Straight? The study of sexual orientation has been quite a controversial area of psychology, and one that continues to raise numerous questions. What makes a person identify as queer, and what per cent of the population...
Societies like to make the complex simple. They insist on taking grey situations and ideas and making them black or white. In this way, people and situations can be more easily controlled and predicted, and the “normal” order can reign supreme. Except, that isn’t...
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