Postsexualism (Michel Foucault)  

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Postsexualism is understood to mean the French philosopher Michel Foucault's sexual political views influenced by consciously artificial life identities, which is characterized by the escape of the "confessional" structure of sexuality. Postsexual term also refers to a broader effort to exceed the "sexual" and "non-sexual" boundaries in culture - either in theoretical considerations or in social practices.


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