OTHER WORDS FROM heteronormativehet·er·o·nor·ma·tiv·i·ty [het-er-uh-nawr-muh-tiv-i-tee], /ˌhɛt ər əˌnɔr məˈtɪv ɪ ti/, noun
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“Many states still bow down to the heteronormative notion that you need a mother and a father,” Martell explains.Inside HBO's Nuclear Family—and a Lesbian Family's Fight To Exist|Madeleine Carlisle|September 23, 2021|Time
Members of such families can take on heteronormative, hierarchical roles—such as those of “house parents” in the drag and ballroom scenes, for example—or work as a collective in which responsibilities are shared as equitably as possible.‘Here We Can Express Ourselves With Freedom.’ In Puerto Rico, A Trans Collective Is Reimagining Family Values|Alejandra Rosa|June 29, 2021|Time
Learn more about the continuing fight for equality within a heteronormative culture in this live discussion.
It’s so heteronormative that even though TV series aren’t necessarily meant to be educational, they give youth a glimpse into something that some of them are just not finding anywhere else.
It’s not that Recalcati simply ignores these things, it’s that the vision of love he constructs on the page is a total heteronormative eclipse that obscures the light of their existence.In this love story, a few bits of wisdom amid woefully out-of-date ‘lessons’|Mandy Len Catron|April 23, 2021|Washington Post
In a funny way, Lana is almost too straight to be heteronormative.
This is a completely heteronormative presumption that masculinity is a quality only exuded by men who have sex with women.