Why Bother Choosing Anyway?:
The Framing Dynamics behind Narratives of Queer Etiology
In my dissertation, I am asking why our narratives about the etiology – or origins – of sexuality play such a prominent role in discussing the permissibility or rationales of pro-LGBT social policy.
Heath Fogg Davis – Associate Professor of Political Science in Political Theory, and Undergraduate Chair
Nora Jones – Associate Professor of Bioethics, and Associate Director of the Center for Bioethics, Urban Health, and Policy