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“Rethinking the distinctions of sexuality – The emphases on the body should undoubtedly linked to the process of growth and establishment of bourgeois hegemony, not, however, because of the market value assumed by labor capacity, but because of what the cultivation of its own body could represent politically, economically, and historically for the present and the future of the bourgeoisie. Its dominance was in part dependent on that cultivation… (HS: 125) The History of Sexuality, Michel Foucault”