and logic of social construction theory about sexuality and investigate the underlying principals keeping in view the different aspects of theory and its differences from conventional ideas.
Theory of social construction argues that diverse sexual aspects can take place in a single and convergent society and that is because of the fact that the personal experiences and nurturing of the societal roles have to play a key role in defining sexuality for every individual at different levels (Vance, 1989). The conventional connotations about sexuality have been of the view that the sexuality is experienced in the human beings as a result of desire and deprivation of the basic instincts of sex whereas these theories are missing a very important factor and that is societal perspective and perception, social norms and traditions about the sexuality in any society (Maslow, 1943). The segregation of patriarchal perspective and socio cultural aspects are very important in this matter. As the social construction theory perceives every matter in the collective environments so sexuality is also regarded as something not only coupled with the desire rather certain determinants underlying in the personal perceptions, training, thoughts, personal experiences and cultural norms decide the course of action in this scenario. The supporters and arguers of the social construction theory advocate that the physically identical sexual behaviors are not only the results of sexual desires as medical science proves that the sexual desires are also variable in the human beings (Freund, 1988). They argue that socio-historical construction give rise to the sexual identities and experiences which in turn lay down the basis of sexuality in any society (Mallon, 2007). The biological roles are certainly depleted because of the fact that sexuality is perceived to be controlled from the mind of the human beings and the perception can tell either the sexuality if going in the positive way or a