Sexuality and Education


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Sexuality and Education
Our identities are shaped by a number of factors. One of the most important factors is sexuality. For example, in “What is Sexuality?” Shawn Dicks defines sexuality as, “That which applies to the identities and activities associated with gender,
Sexual orientation, and sexual relations”(Dicks 3). Our sexuality is an important part of our society because it determines how we think about ourselves sexually and what other people think about our sexuality.
In this essay we will look at the relationship between sexuality and education. It will be argued that the relationship between sexuality and education is dualistic in nature. In some cases education is used to normalize heterosexuals and marginalize homosexuals by...
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