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But The Bisexual Index,  a UK bisexual activist group fighting  biphobia , is clear: "The often quoted 'Everyone is bisexual really' is utter rubbish. When people say this they hardly ever include themselves for starters. It's a phrase people use to dismiss bisexuality - after all, if we were the majority we needn't kick up a fuss."

In the 1940s, the zoologist Alfred Kinsey created a scale to measure the continuum of sexual orientation from heterosexuality to homosexuality. Kinsey studied human sexuality and argued that people have the capability of being hetero- or homosexual even if this trait does not present itself in the current circumstances. [18] The Kinsey scale is used to describe a person's sexual experience or response at a given time. It ranges from 0, meaning exclusively heterosexual, to 6, meaning exclusively homosexual. [19] People who rank anywhere from 2 to 4 are often considered bisexual; they are often not fully one extreme or the other. [20] The sociologists Martin S. Weinberg and Colin J. Williams write that, in principle, people who rank anywhere from 1 to 5 could be considered bisexual. [21]

Gen Urobuchi’s  Psycho-Pass uses violence in a somewhat different way from  Attack on Titan and  Tokyo Ghoul . Psycho-Pass takes place in a fictional world where the citizens of Japan are governed by a totalitarian entity called the Sibyl System. The regime that Sibyl has put in place is blatantly utilitarian, allowing people to remain in society only insofar as they behave themselves according the laws of Sibyl and continue to be useful members of society. With Sibyl as the primary mode of governing in this new world, the people of Japan have sacrificed human agency in favor of an omnipotent technological sovereign entity. The Sibyl System uses a panoptical collection of cameras and sensors placed all over the cities in order to monitor citizens’ psycho-passes. A person’s ‘psycho-pass’, which is the series’ namesake, is a twofold system of measurement that includes a person’s ‘hue’ (overall psychological state) and a ‘crime coefficient’ (a measurement of how criminally inclined an individual is). Sibyl also uses the psycho-pass system to dictate what sort of job you are able to get, if you are allowed to remain in society at all. By using the psycho-pass system, Sibyl is not only able to control the citizens’s thinking and behavior, but is able to dictate their lot in life based on how closely individuals align with Sibyl’s ideals. Whereas   Tokyo Ghoul and  Attack on Titan  utilize violence mainly as a catalyst for the necessary evolution of the hero,  Psycho-Pass employs gore to highlight the more subtle structural violence present in the series’s dystopian setting.

 · The Androgynous ' Third Gender ' Of 17th-Century Japan From the 17th to 19th centuries, gender could be neither binary nor biological.

The tradition of the wakashu died out around 1860, when Japan was infiltrated both militarily and culturally by the West and, as a result, broke with their more experimental traditions. Today, same-sex marriage is still not legal in Japan, although some cities do grant partnerships  between LGBTQ people. Open attitudes regarding gender identity and sexual experimentation, however, are most evident in the stunning imagery crafted centuries ago, when gender was not conceived of as either binary or biological, but a fluctuating range of identities and performances, of pleasure and play.

The idea that samurai are either loyal to their country or eager to die in battle is approximately as old as Walt Disney. Bushido as a coherent ideology only dates back to 1905.

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