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What is 'heteropessimism', and why do men and women suffer from it?

By Jennifer Hamilton, Senior Lecturer, School of Humanities Arts and Social Sciences, University of New England
Christina Kenny, Lecturer, University of New England
Felicity Joseph, Casual lecturer in Philosophy, University of New England
Matt Allen, Lecturer in Historical Crimininology, University of New England
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Heteropessimism is an attitude of disappointment, embarrassment or despair at the state of heterosexual relations – specifically about being in one.The Conversation

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