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Why do we define sexuality with reference to sex and gender?
Simple enough question, I suppose. I started thinking about this the other night, as I considered my own explorations and vague dissatisfaction with terms like “gay,” “lesbian,” and “bisexual.” For the record, I use “queer,” mostly for reasons outlined in this thought process.
Feminism 101: Gender and sex are not the same thing.
Fair enough. I think most people who stumble upon this blog will be aware of that distinction. But there is at least some connection, no matter how arbitrary, and that is the point from which I begin.