A critical review at bisexual theory

It is not a matter of erasing sex differences between subjects, but of emphasizing these differences even more. No sexual position might be considered as forming part of a homogeneous group, nor should heterosexuality have a privilege over other forms of sexual composition. The different composition, sustained by a singular mixture of sexual drives, makes every sexual individual a unique being. Sex cannot be considered in a generic and uniform manner, there isn’t single real sex, but multiple sexual version. The polymorphic nature of sex makes it varied in its forms and inapprehensible as an essence.

Adolfo Berenstein
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