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Old Apr 10th, 2013, 07:38 PM   #24
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Re: Is homosexuality a social construction?

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Originally Posted by wild.river View Post
the simplistic viewpoint would make sense to you if you had read the context: "I'm trying to extricate all of those colonial ideologies from my mind and spirit."
Your suggestion would make sense if West Africa were a virgin land free of any colonial heritage. But she is not, and so it does not. You can't escape the after-effects of colonialism wherever you are.
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