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Sexuality. Disclaimer & Video. APALI: Safe space <3 Higher learning = higher thinking Foster healthy dialogue Everything has pros & cons Why do you agree & why do you disagree The world is dynamic, not binary Satire = exaggeration. Who did not?. Pros & Cons.

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disclaimer video
Disclaimer & Video
  • APALI: Safe space <3
  • Higher learning = higher thinking
  • Foster healthy dialogue
  • Everything has pros & cons
    • Why do you agree & why do you disagree
    • The world is dynamic, not binary
  • Satire = exaggeration
who did not
Who did not?

Pros

&

Cons

think back to your childhood
Think back to your childhood...
  • 1. Who/what taught you the first things you learned about sexuality?
  • 2. What did they teach you (positive, negative, or neutral) about?:
  • “Private parts”
  • Masturbathing
  • Virginity
  • Having romantic & sexual interactions
  • LGBT peoples
  • Consider: Which of your early beliefs were formed from direct experience? Which were formed from indirect information?
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List
  • 1. Who/what taught you the first things you learned about sexuality?
negative fear shame silence non recognition indirect exposure
Negative: fear, shame, silence, non-recognition, indirect exposure
  • 2. What did they teach you (positive, negative, or neutral) about?:
  • “Private parts”
  • Masturbathing
  • Virginity
  • Having romantic & sexual interactions
  • LGBT peoples
  • Consider: Which of your early beliefs were formed from direct experience? Which were formed from indirect information?
tedxyouth@brissie benjamin law why gay rights affect straight folks
[email protected] -Benjamin Law- Why gay rights affect straight folks
  • 0:47/1:40-6:50
  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6aLZFrhS8L0
gay rights straight rights
Gay Rights = Straight rights
  • School: unsafe & hostile environment (Bullying)
  • Naturalization of what behaviors are “gay” and “straight”
  • PEOPLE
    • Diverse community. Gender I. =/= Sexual O.
  • Gay-straight binary — shapes masculinity:
    • “Dude you’re a fag”
    • Fear of looking gay
  • Shaping masculinity = shaping femininity
  • Use of slut/whore/man-whore & prude
  • Women’s sexual rights
humanism sexuality
Humanism & Sexuality
  • “Existen tantas sexualidades como personas en el mundo”
  • “Siempre estamos construyendo la sexualidad”
humanism
Humanism
  • Is Evan Low attractive?
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Humanism
  • Spectrum
  • Physical attraction
  • Sexual attraction
  • Emotional attraction
  • Intellectual attraction
  • ...
your sexuality is unique yours to experience and express
Your sexuality is UNIQUE & YOURS to experience and express.
  • Internalization
  • Sexuality: Heteronormativism
  • Gender: Patriarchy
  • Deconstruction
how can i help the lgbtqia
How can I help the LGBTQIA?
  • Ask questions
  • Don’t assume it’s your right to know everything or that you’re expected to
  • Heterosexual privilege
    • Allyship*
      • Gender Bender
  • Support trans organizations
  • Billy DeFrank Center, San Jose
  • LGBTQ Youth Space, San Jose
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