Transmen, we did not leave the movement for gender equality when we transitioned. We found a new way to see gender, to see the equality, and a new way to frame the conversation around gender inequality. Our role is tangible, it is real, and it is needed.
This is what Fitzroy High’s AWESOME hallway looks like!!! We put up a whole lots of flags of different not-so-well-known communities within the LGBTQIA+ community, with the name and definition of each flag underneath, as part of our FABULOUS Annual Pride Weeks in August :D
Just wanted to do something to try get the concept of aesthetic attraction out there a bit more. It’s really just something to consider!
(Sorry for the crappy “slides” I don’t have a working PowerPoint program, but I thought that this would help get the point across better than a text post with a lot of writing that no one has time for)
I might have missed something, but that’s all I can think of on this subject at the moment. (Please inform me if there is any incorrect information! ;w; )
10 Slides is not enough. So many other things I wanted to talk about, like Sex-Repulsed and Sex-Positive Aces and everything in between.
But in the end, I really wanted to give Aromanticism some visibility, and Demisexuals and Grey-As I thought rounded the thing out nicely by helping explain to people searching for their identity that asexuality need not be black and white.
Bisexuality: Setting the Records “Straight” [x]
“My Bisexuality has no bearing on my ability to commit to someone. All that means is that the potential pool of applicants is a bit bigger.”