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RAMOS PEREZ, Cristina; FERNANDEZ BATALLA, Marta  and  MONSALVO SAN MACARIO, Enrique. Modeling of sexual diversity: a vision of care models. Ene. [online]. 2018, vol.12, n.2, LCC3vl12n2. ISSN 1988-348X.

Current vision of sexuality is reduced to two genders, without considering sexual orientation. What we understand as a binary system

This article presents an approach to sexuality encompasses not only male and heterosexual man or female and heterosexual woman, who in any case are related to social practices and not to nature of the person itself.

Nature is diverse as well as of expression. Therefore, considering sexuality as a characteristic nature, we realise that the sexual dimension does not represent the total, and when analyzing the person as a whale together we cannot obtain a reductionist vision of an intrinsic characteristic of it, which defines it as the whole.

By analysing sexual diversity and creating a model, it can be conceived that health and social problems are not intrinsic to being transgender or cisgender, therefore it is neither more vulnerable, a part of the sexuality is not going to define possible.

Keywords : Basic conditioning factors; care; sexual diversity; transgender and cisgender.

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