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The Structure of Social Systems. It created profound implications on the control authority of church leaders. Gender is handled as an invention of the dominant ideology and as a category that is deconstructed by gay, lesbian, bisexual and trans- people.
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As a component of culture, the individual is expected to internalize the enculturation. In her anthropological study Hormones, Sex, and Gender, 5 she states that gender differences in morphology and behavior may vary. Fixed status of woman subordination and man domination in our lives are actually cultural and formed.
Furthermore, naturalized knowledge of day-to-day practices of gender duality is examined. The English sodomites created a subculture of their own. Although the term homosexual became common, it was used in the legal and medical paradigms to punish or suppress a positive same-sex identity.
Every era seeks to satisfy them to preserve the present system by assigning roles and constructing gendered stereotypes. Women also began to earn income that is less than men. While some people act appropriately haldee accordance with their gender assigned from birth, some people impersonate gender that is inconsistent with their anatomy, so they might go beyond the attributions of culture.
Gay, lesbian, bi- and trans- people s psychic disorders are conveyed by ffena made on non-heteroseuals. Construction and deconstruction of gender is stunningly represented by the characters, so this part deals with the analyses of them as they embody many fluctuating gender identities.
Gender s malleable and dynamic nature requires a brief study of history ranging from Ancient Greece to 20 th century that enables us to realize the artificial construction of Western maleness and femaleness. Traditional role of women as domestic servants was altered in the labor market.
Despite hxlde reformation in the Western World, compulsory heterosexuality was the only form of acceptable gender from the 15 th to the 17 th centuries, and the main function of sex is procreation, but recreational sex is OK within the bounds of marriage.
In spite of great changes in religion, trade, art and politics, dichotomy of gender remained the same.
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Indian society believes that Hijras have special powers over fertility, so they represent an important social role and as such they are an integral part of traditional Indian culture, despite being outcasts and outside the social hierarchy.
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The Male Artist as a Performative Function. In other words, she asserts that biology affects particularities of sex but they are open to lemqn in social environment.
This is almost impossible for our imagination to accept. Gender can be seen as a kind of dependent norm and an accepted practice. That lman to say, the peculiarity of gender identity which refers to the way how every individual bears her own identity of gender is highlighted.
It defines the parameters of what will and will not appear within the domain of the social. Through which, halve identity and roles are transmitted to the child from the very beginning of her life. Women and Sex Roles: First, sexual differentiation begins after six weeks of embryonic development. Socio-economic needs shaped the gender roles. Young men have to obtain semen from older men as a ritual to gain status and life force so homosexual acts are normative in the community.
Patriarchy labels gender non-conformists, who are gay, lesbian, bisexual and trans- people, as the abnormal members of society and puts them into minority status. While the dominant patriarchal culture locates strong, tough, authoritarian men at the top of the hierarchical order in society, it puts women in secondary positions as well as ostracizing the individuals who do not fit into categories of masculinity and femininity.
Clothes Make the Man: Changing according to historical, geographical, social and cultural differences, this concept is divided as sex and gender by feminist critics. Indian Hijras constitute another example that demonstrates the fluidity of gender regardless of dichotomous construction. However, the existence of homosexuality was denied again to reembed the heteronormativity for the continuum of present society.
Additionally, formal institutions of peman, law and education, are evaluated from a heteronormative point of view.