The Second Shift: The Civil Marriage Act now describes marriage in Canada in gender neutral terms: There were breadcrumbs in bed. In contrast, Canadian males refrain from these expressions since they violate the heteronormative expectation. New York, NY:
Two Spirit People:
They do not have to participate in sexual activity to be aware of these emotional, romantic, and physical attractions; people can be celibate and still recognize their sexual orientation. Belief that men have—or have the right to—more sexual urges than women creates a double standard. As a result, not only do women find it difficult to find their experiences acknowledged in the wider patriarchal culture, their viewpoints also tend to be silenced or marginalized to the point of being discredited or considered invalid.
Interactionism might also focus on the slurs used to describe homosexuals.