By Esther Kingston-Mann, Tim Sieber
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The broadest change in my relationships with students is that I now hear many more stories about their struggles to make moral sense of sexual complexity. It is as if the opening created by my coming out allows their unmetabolized suffering and unspoken confusion to ﬁnd light and air. I think of Luke, who adored his lesbian mother but did not yet know how to be as proud of her in public as he was in private. Or I think of Amy, a straight woman who, in her journal, gradually told me Coming Out and Leading Out 29 that she discovered her father’s sexuality only after he was killed by a serial murderer who preyed on gay men.
Nor will the libertarian argument that the sexual expression of consenting adults is nobody else’s business sufﬁce, since the range and content of society’s investment in sexual behavior is exactly what is at issue. Ethically, what is most persuasive is the same as what is most politically efﬁcacious: to show the world what concrete social goods are promoted when we embrace sexual diversity—for example, what new kinds of love and family, insight and delight are thereby opened. People raised under the regime of heteronormativity cannot recognize these as good until and unless they experience them as such, and that takes prolonged, humane contact with people who are not straight.
As I learned from my colleagues, the judgment was encoded in a notion of the private or personal, which, like the notion of the natural, presented itself as a criterion for judgment while actually legitimating a pre-existing taboo. I am not being facetious, then, when I propose a merciless campaign of outing heterosexuals! As it is, straight people rarely reﬂect on their sexuality as a personal choice or preference because they tacitly assume it as the norm. This heteronormativity then becomes ubiquitous and, in that sense, invisible.
Achieving Against The Odds Cl (The New Academy) by Esther Kingston-Mann, Tim Sieber