Looking at Bi-Sexuality and the “Queer Theory”


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The beginning:
Looking at Bi-Sexuality and the "Queer Theory"
The paper starts off by introducing the history of the identification of gender differences and then goes on to describe the current situation. Next it looks at the bi-sexuality and considers whether it is merely a medical condition, psychological or social.
Next the paper looks at the controversies surrounding gender differences and if medical professionals and psychiatrists should actually try to make any changes in the attitudes and the beliefs of the individual.
The main focus of this paper is to look at Bi-Sexuality and the ‘queer theory’. This paper is divided into eight different sections each, dealing with a different aspect of gender related issues and...
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