posted by Selena on .
I am trying to understand my essay question, but need help putting it in simpler terms.
Question: How does Selvadurai’s text encourage a critique of normative ideas about gender and/or sexuality?
"In philosophy, normative statements affirm how things should or ought to be, how to value them, which things are good or bad, which actions are right or wrong."
I haven't read anything by this author, but if you have, you should be able to respond well.
Does Selvadurai comment on his own and/or anyone else's sexuality? Does he talk/write about what SHOULD BE, not just what is?