Not done Sir, but doing.

Plenty is doing.

"The academic debate [about the nature of homosexuality] has centred round two camps: the "essentialists" (who stress the relative degree of continuity between different variants of the "same" sexuality [e.g. in ancient Greece and modern Britain]); and the "constructivists" (chiefly of the 'social' variety) who point to the age, cultural and historical specificity of the content of even the same-named identity (if it exists).... The constructivists seem to be winning."

Tony COXON, 1989, Times Higher Educational Supplement, 17 xi.

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