Heteronormativity

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Heteronormativity is so prevalent that an artist will alter the basic structure of the human body itself in order to prevent a relationship from being perceived as homosexual.

Heteronormativity is the collection of social norms and misplaced assumptions about how every person should be and is heterosexual.

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One way of analysing the system that favours non-heterosexual people.

The term was coined by social critic Michael Warner in 1991:

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