These questions came after a brief exploration of gay men’s relationship to American fashion and women’s bodies. That dialogue included recognizing that gay men in the United States are often hailed as the experts of women’s fashion and by proxy women’s bodies. In addition to this there is a dominant logic that suggests that because gay men have no conscious desire to be sexually intimate with women, our uninvited touching and groping (physical assault) is benign.
person with a penis and one meaning person with a vagina.
I feel like medically they need a term that can’t be misconstrued as being cissexist when they are talking about a medical condition that is relative to the sexual organ in question. Wouldn’t that be nice?
Male and female.
Queers become more and more deranged.
“Wouldn’t that be nice?” OH MY FUCKING GOD
cannot make this shit up
Bra Busters was a popular Facebook destination for racy photos of women. Now it’s devoted to feminism.
And I read that Facebook suspended the new feminist users over “pornography,” responding quickly to the male outrage while they take their sweet time thinking up excuses for dismissing us girls.
When people ask Deno Fleno’s husband, Phil, how many children they have, he replies that he has two, and she has three – their 7-year-old…
This article blames mothers for their own stress, which I don’t like, but it does make some good points. “Marriage is a more difficult relationship than parenting.” “Often times it seems like I am the only adult in my house. My husband and daughter compete with me for my attention.” “Anecdotally, lesbian couples with kids report feeling the same frustration with their partner. Raising kids is just stressful; adult relationships are even more so.”
“Anecdotally,” is probably the operative word here; anecdotally, I don’t think lesbian parenting is usually as one-sided, but some of the stressors are the same.
If I ever talk about getting married—to a man or a woman—someone talk some sense to me fast.
The lgb community fight to end the discrimination against them. Trans activists fight for the correction of lgb children via harmful drugs.
You cannot end discrimination while at the same time letting doctors medicalize lgb children.
It bothers me so much that there’s this big push to ban reparative therapy—which is horrible, I agree—and at the same time medicate kids who are not gender conforming with these dangerous drugs that can cause sterility. Like, the fact that the trans want these kids medicated makes it okay? Most of these kids would just turn out gay if the trans alternative wasn’t being pushed on them.
Using the oppression of one minority as an example to advocate against oppression of another is terribly rude and not to mention lazy. LGBT marriage rights, under no circumstance, should be compared to the slavery, lynching, and discrimination of people of color. Are you so narrow minded not to…