Orgins of Diversity of Sexual Orientation & Gender Identity and How Discriminations Impact Health
A little presentation that was at the AMA. Yes it is a rather lengthy presentation, buuuut very educational.
“Imagine a world where “gay” was “straight” and “straight” was “gay”…How Would You Live If You Couldn’t Love? 19 film festival awards with Lexi DiBenedetto bringing a best actress performance at the Sonoma International Film Festival. This film delivers life of those who are ridiculed, teased and bullied for being themselves. Feel the sting by writers who lived life being teased for being different. No gimmicky cliches, just raw emotion of living the live of a heterosexual in a gay world.”
Heya ya’ll figured I would share this YouTube movie that I saw this morning, and I do agree it’s very raw emotionally. So when you get time please watch it. Hope everyone is having a great week so far.
Saw this shared on my Facebook feed, thought it was beautiful, and decided to instead of sharing it via Facebook/Twitter to post it here on my blog. Especially since it’s been a while posting anything here.
Enjoy! Hope everyone is having an awesome weekend so far!
A very disturbing ordeal that happened on Twitter, and saw this entry retweeted and decided to share: roseanne barr for trans-misogynist-in-chief.
Heya all, I hope everyone is having a great day, even though it’s Friday the 13th! Anyways here is what I’m doing next Friday:
Date: Fri, Jul 20, 2012
Time: 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Location: UHCL, Bayou Building, Atrium I
Raise your awareness of transgender rights at this two-day nondiscrimination strategy-sharing summit that is open to area organizations as well as the general public. Featured speakers are Jean Latting, author of “Reframing Change,” Genny Beemyn, director of Stonewall Center at University of Massachusetts-Amherst and Martin S. Ebel, deputy director, U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. This event is hosted by UH-Clear Lake and conducted by Transgender Education Network of Texas, a nonprofit organization dedicated to furthering the education of gender diversity. Cost is $10 for students and $20 for all others. For more information, call the Coordinator of Women’s and LGBT Services Julie Smith, 281-283-2578 ., or email email@example.com.
Contact: Coordinator of Women’s and LGBT Services Julie Smith
UHCL, Bayou Building, Atrium I
2700 Bay Area Blvd.
Houston Texas 77058 US
Heya all, I found this last night, and found it to be a very interesting watch. Yes it is a rather long video, however I believe it’s worth a watch. The video goes over Gender Codes that we are exposed to everyday with advertisements, and other forms of media. So get cozy and comfy, fix a nice snack and view this