L’insinuation de troubles de santé mentale dans les relations. Les relations amoureuses (monogames ou polyamoureuses) ne sont simples pour personne.
Elles sont compliquées car nous sommes toujours au moins deux dans une relation et il faut donc constamment faire des concessions pour que toutes et tous se sentent bien. Nous, les Hyènes, parlons souvent de la socialisation et a quel point elle enferme les femmes dans un rôle prédéfini. Les relations amoureuses en sont un bon exemple car elles sont un terreau de reproduction des relations de domination que subissent les femmes. J’essaierai ici, par mes expériences hétérosexuelles et celles de mes amies, de cerner certains problèmes qu’engendrent les relations avec des hommes et les frustrations qui sont vécues à travers l’hétérosexualité. Il m’arrive souvent d’entendre des histoires de santé mentale qui auraient dérapé chez certaines femmes dès qu’elles sont en relation amoureuse. « Non mais je te le dis, elle est devenue folle » est une phrase que j’entends trop souvent à mon goût.
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Yep ! Ici, je veux parler en 3 parties de relations humaines, de liberté, d’autonomie, de responsabilité, mais aussi de vulnérabilité, d’estime de soi, de manque de confiance, d’injustice…Bon, c’est vaste, mais y’a un lien quand même entre tout ça. Et puis, plusieurs textes comme celui-là, ou encore des discussions avec des gens qui se sentent excluEs, marginaliséEs ont inspiré tous les questionnements que j’avais sur ce vaste ensemble de thèmes. Je précise que c’est quand même très centré sur des milieux précis (militantismes féministe, queer) et que du coup je prends pour acquis que les gens à qui je m’adresse savent que la monogamie n’est pas la seule voie possible, que le polyamour par exemple en est une alternative, et qu’il y a un discours culturel sur « l’Amour », comme sur le reste. Qui a le droit d’ accéder aux relations sentimentales et sexuelles ?
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