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Sexuality pp 98-130 | Cite as

Politics

  • Chess Denman
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Abstract

Political thought and activism appear, at first sight, to have no place within a biopsychosocial model of sexuality. If this were true then sexual activity would have no political consequences. However, the intensive legal regulation of sexuality in many cultures reveals at once that sexual activity has an intensely political aspect and because politics itself is a social activity it has applicability within the biopsychosocial model as a specific aspect of culture.

Keywords

Biopsychosocial Model Feminist Movement Queer Theory Binary Opposition Object Choice 
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© Dr Chess Denman MBBS MRC Psych 2004

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