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mono- +‎ normative


mononormative (comparative more mononormative, superlative most mononormative)

  1. Of or pertaining to the practices and institutions that privilege or value monosexual and monogamous relationships as fundamental and "natural" within society.
    • 2013, Eleanor Wilkinson, “Learning to love again: 'Broken families', citizenship and the state promotion of coupledom”, in Geoforum, volume 49, →DOI, page 208:
      Underpinning New Labour's mononormative family policy was the assumption that long-term coupled relationships provided the most stable environment in which to bring up children.

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