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The Science of Sexual Orientation

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What are the biological and social underpinnings of sexual orientation? How can we study sexual orientation scientifically? Join us for a fascinating introduction to the science of sexual orientation!

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Scientists and QLGBT students at Magdalene College have joined forces and invited Dr. Gerulf Rieger (University of Essex) to talk about “Gender nonconformity and sexual arousal as windows into the nature of sexual orientation.” His work is highly interdisciplinary, and looks at how sexual orientation develops, how it is manifested, and how it affects a person’s life.

This talk is jointly hosted by the Pick Club and the Blackett Society at Magdalene College.

This talk is part of the The Blackett Society series.

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