Gender And Sexual, Gender, And Sexuality Essay

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What is normal? Is there even such a thing? People define normal as those like themselves, gender and sexually “correct” to their biological preferences; although, that is far from correct. Since the beginning of time, there have been so many revelations to who one is, or can be. There have been those who come out sexually as: gay (males who like those of the same gender), lesbian (females who like those of the same gender), asexual (those who are not sexually attracted to either sex), bisexual (those who are attracted to those of both “normal” sexes), and pansexual (those who are attracted to all sexes). There have been those who come out of different genders than their body dictates: cisgenders (those who identify with the sex they are biologically; opposite of transgenders) (Steinmetz), agenders (those who do not identify with a gender; uses gender-neutral pronouns), bigenders (those who identify as both genders), and transgenders (those who identify as the opposite gender of him/herself). No matter who you are, you deserve equality, and there is a “theory” that touches on this called feminism. According to a popular online dictionary, feminism means “the theory of the political, economic, and social equality of the sexes,” (Merriam-Webster). When created, this definition had only the two original sexes in mind, males and females. This was created before more and more people started discovering who they are, and what that actually means. That, although, is another process…

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