Innate bisexuality and its massive repression in humankind-a first survey of the social consequences of unnaturalness in humans

Abstract : Bisexuality is natural in animals and strict homosexuality / heterosexuality are less frequent ; long-loving same-sex couples in animals are independent of the presence of competitors of the other sex. Humans are a rare group in which heterosexuality has been erected as a norm and all other behaviours are massively repressed. The bisexuality of the baby is notorious since Freud but social institutions repress homosexuality ; homophobia is a focal point of socialization and all statist ideologies are built from that thread. The unity of repressed homosexuals is solely possible around ideologies that allow romanticism and that thus are not natural (non Popperian). The coming together of ideologues officially opposed but sharing the rejection of the Popperian refutability (for instance between the far left and the far right) can be taken as a supplementary testimonial of that preference, i.e. resurfacing of repressed feelings. All forms of statism, attacks against freedom and hatred of nature rely on the same springs of repressed homosexuality, self-hate and irrational links to individuals of the same sex built without care for rationality that manifest the unavoidable resurfacing of the ability to love. The rejectal of the Popperian criterion of refutability, in general, is wholly such a resurfacing.
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Florent Pirot. Innate bisexuality and its massive repression in humankind-a first survey of the social consequences of unnaturalness in humans. Soumis à Journal of Bisexuality (keywords not included, they could evolve). 2018. 〈hal-01925081v3〉

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