Once upon a time the idea of heterosexuality was

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Once upon a time, the idea of heterosexuality was necessary because people needed to realize who they are and why they are, and also to defend the right to their identity, but sexual desires, like all our other desires, change and transform throughout life, and these changes should mean the emergence of new identities. Heterosexuality loses its position from a social point of view. If homosexual relations once caused loud scandals, now the world is much more comfortable with such statements. The border between heterosexuality and homosexuality is not only blurred, it is an invention of mankind, a myth, and quite obsolete. 44. What do you think about the problem that the Western tradition of marrying ‘for love’ frequently comes into conflict with the practice of arranged marriages within Asian communities? The Western tradition of marrying 'for love' frequently comes into conflict with the practice of arranged marriages within Asian communities. Such unions, arranged by parents and family members, are predicated on the belief that love comes from within marriage. 45. In Malta and the Philippines divorce is not still legally recognized. Do you support this fact? No, I am totally against the ban on divorce. I support a divorce in the event that there is violence - physical or psychological, the relationship must be broken, and the sooner the better. In other cases, you can try to save the family. Nowadays there are a lot of infantile people who do not want and do not know how to solve the problems facing them, it is easier for them, as a child, to get out of the game. It is necessary to grow up, build up the inner core, develop the soul, learn to understand and accept yourself. When we become ourselves, it is easier for us to find a common language with other people. Divorce is not a disaster, it does not die. Divorce - is the work on the bugs. 46. Examine the data that the young people in Lillian Rubin’s study agree that their attitude towards sexual behavior, marriage and gender divisions are distinct from those of their parents. In the late 1980s. Lilian Rubin surveyed 1,000 Americans between the ages of 13 and 48 to determine what changes in sexual attitudes and behavior occurred during the previous three decades. According to her research, really important events took place. Sexual activity began to begin more often at an earlier age than the previous generation; In addition, the sexual practice of adolescents gradually became as diverse and extensive as in adults. The double standard still existed, but it was not as strong as before. One of the most important changes was that women began to expect and actively seek sexual pleasure in sexual intercourse. They wanted not only to give sexual satisfaction, but also to receive it, a phenomenon which, as Rubin proves, has great consequences for both sexes. Women are now sexually more liberated than ever before; however, along with this achievement, which welcomes most men, new self-confidence has come, which many men accept with difficulty.
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