Gender and Sexuality: A Case of J.p Clark's Wives Revolt
Every society throughout history has social and cultural practices that discriminate against people on basis of gender. The extent of such discriminatory practices differs from one social setting to another and may range from seemingly innocuous misinterpretations and stereotypes to the exclusion from participation in vital human activities and denial of fundamental rights.
Gender and sexuality have to do with a social construct that explains the biological characteristics of being a male or female and the behavioural expectation of the individual in the cultural milieu.
Published: July 17, 2017
Uploaded by: Nwafor Samuel