How interesting it was, when i had this discussion about being queer (dw i'm closeted) to my doctor aunt twice, where the first time, she wanted to find a genetic cure for us and the second time, came to a conclusion that we're simply an anomaly and not to be fixed as such. +
Now, an "anomaly" was mentioned in reference to how the course of nature is binary, i.e. a reproductive force (typically female) and seed-giving force (typically male) and that the non-binary or forces which divert from this course is just nature trying to control+
+things going overboard.
But what didn't get me was that, we're not a mere anomaly in regularity. What even is normalcy in nature, and why is most scientific perspective so narrow that any research is confined to this?
Why is our research self-centered anyway?
To sum it up, i personally feel that any sociological development in genetic sciences must be more wholesome where we finally see how diverse it gets and how there is no one cyclic force running everything. There are multiple evidences to it!
I assure you, noone's pretending to be queer in the first place. We need so much awareness about queer lives and what works underneath us. But most of all, we're humans who deserve rights as much as anyone 'normal' (still despise this term).
This principle somehow goes with the disabled, POC, people of oppressed/people living in completely different sociological settings. Whew. We're people before our features, but we also don't deserve discrimination, oppression, pity, negligence and infantilization. :) kaybye

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