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I need to explain the sex/gender/orientation divide..--[[User:The Dragon Demands|The Dragon Demands]] ([[User talk:The Dragon Demands|talk]]) 20:21, July 10, 2015 (UTC)
 
I need to explain the sex/gender/orientation divide..--[[User:The Dragon Demands|The Dragon Demands]] ([[User talk:The Dragon Demands|talk]]) 20:21, July 10, 2015 (UTC)
*No, sexuality is not a social construct. How do you think biology and evolution work? If it was a "social construct" life and organisms would not exist as we understand them. It's absolutely ludicrous and baseless to say that sexuality is a social construct. Saying that sexuality is a would also mean that one is not born with their sexuality, and that if you found a creature that had never met another of its kind it would have to be asexual. Also, marriage doesn't even have anything to do with this; marriage and sexuality are completely different subjects. [[User:Daxus Inferno|Daxus the Harbinger of Lameness]] ([[User talk:Daxus Inferno|talk]]) 03:19, July 11, 2015 (UTC)
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*No, sexuality is not a social construct. How do you think biology and evolution work? If it was a "social construct" life and organisms would not exist as we understand them. It's absolutely ludicrous and baseless to say that sexuality is a social construct. Saying that sexuality is a would also mean that one is not born with their sexuality, and that if you found a creature that had never met another of its kind it would have to be asexual. Sexuality isn't a universal or unchanging set of standards, you're right, sexuality doesn't have anything at all to do with standards of anything of anysort, it's a phenomenon observed in organisms. Also, marriage doesn't even have anything to do with this; marriage and sexuality are completely different subjects. [[User:Daxus Inferno|Daxus the Harbinger of Lameness]] ([[User talk:Daxus Inferno|talk]]) 03:19, July 11, 2015 (UTC)
   
 
It makes sense when you think about Dorne. Because they are much more tolerant of non-heterosexual relationships, you see a much higher prevalence of said relationships. That the Dornish are somehow genetically predisposed to non-heterosexual couplings compared to the rest of Westeros makes little sense. [[User:Lksdjf|Lksdjf]] ([[User talk:Lksdjf|talk]]) 23:24, July 10, 2015 (UTC) 
 
It makes sense when you think about Dorne. Because they are much more tolerant of non-heterosexual relationships, you see a much higher prevalence of said relationships. That the Dornish are somehow genetically predisposed to non-heterosexual couplings compared to the rest of Westeros makes little sense. [[User:Lksdjf|Lksdjf]] ([[User talk:Lksdjf|talk]]) 23:24, July 10, 2015 (UTC) 

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"Sexuality is a social construct?" WTF? No, sexuality is a biological construct. If sexuality was a social construct then non-social animals (e.g. angler fish) wouldn't reproduce. Daxus the Harbinger of Lameness (talk) 18:50, July 10, 2015 (UTC)

1 - I'm not done yet.

2 - Yes, sexuality is a social construct, not a universal and unchanging set of standards. "Marriage" didn't even begin to resemble its mid-20th century forms until about 800 years ago.

I need to explain the sex/gender/orientation divide..--The Dragon Demands (talk) 20:21, July 10, 2015 (UTC)

  • No, sexuality is not a social construct. How do you think biology and evolution work? If it was a "social construct" life and organisms would not exist as we understand them. It's absolutely ludicrous and baseless to say that sexuality is a social construct. Saying that sexuality is a would also mean that one is not born with their sexuality, and that if you found a creature that had never met another of its kind it would have to be asexual. Sexuality isn't a universal or unchanging set of standards, you're right, sexuality doesn't have anything at all to do with standards of anything of anysort, it's a phenomenon observed in organisms. Also, marriage doesn't even have anything to do with this; marriage and sexuality are completely different subjects. Daxus the Harbinger of Lameness (talk) 03:19, July 11, 2015 (UTC)

It makes sense when you think about Dorne. Because they are much more tolerant of non-heterosexual relationships, you see a much higher prevalence of said relationships. That the Dornish are somehow genetically predisposed to non-heterosexual couplings compared to the rest of Westeros makes little sense. Lksdjf (talk) 23:24, July 10, 2015 (UTC) 

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