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Sociology, Social Work, and Anthropology
Daniel Sykes, an Anthropology student at Utah State University used his Honors Capstone opportunity to understand the evolution of reproduction over the course of two semesters. During Fall of 2019, he focused on overviewing what Biological Archaeologists, Biologists, and Chemists understand of the evolution of various forms of reproduction from the distant past. During the Spring, he focused on the cutting edge allopathic research in fertility treatments and some of the social implications. Sykes posits that human society has the opportunity to treat infertility in the queer (lgbtqia+) community, given these up-and-coming treatments, even those forms of infertility that arise from queernesss, per se. Queertility is a valid form of fertility that can be expanded as research continues.
Sykes, Daniel Thomas Bixby, "'Queertility'" (2020). Undergraduate Honors Capstone Projects. 488.
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