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Changing Sexual Phenotypes: A Phenomenological Study
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Volume 5, 2018
Issue 1 (March)
Pages: 17-22   |   Vol. 5, No. 1, March 2018   |   Follow on         
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Authors
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Mark N. Abadiano, University of Cebu Maritime Education and Training Center, Cebu, Philippines.
Abstract
This action research paper will try to elucidate the gap of knowledge about the change of sexual phenotypes or preferences among maritime students who was able to go onboard and after on board. It will also give us a glimpse of the dynamism of sexual fluidity of the member of LGBT specially the discreet male, male bisexuals and gay. The researchers used a qualitative method with the phenomenological approach, In-depth interviews and comments were categorize to produced major themes. Based on the findings, there is indeed a phenomenon of changing of sexual phenotypes or preferences among maritime cadets.
Keywords
Sexual Phenotypes, Sexual Fluidity, Phenomenology, Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual Transexual (LGBT), Discreet Male
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