Historicising Modern Bisexuality. Vice Versa emphasises the nature that is universal presence of bisexuality

Historicising Modern Bisexuality. Vice Versa emphasises the nature that is universal presence of bisexuality

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Theorists such as Angelides (2001) and Du Plessis (1996) concur that bisexuality’s lack happens maybe maybe maybe not through neglect but through an erasure that is structural. For Du Plessis, this “ideologically bound incapacity to assume bisexuality concretely … is typical to various ‘theories’ … from Freudian to ‘French feminist’ to Anglophone movie concept, from popular sexology to queer concept” (p. 22). Continue reading Historicising Modern Bisexuality. Vice Versa emphasises the nature that is universal presence of bisexuality