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Palabras Con Hetero

Si vas a hacer algún comentario o chiste sobre mujeres y hubiera junto a ti una mujer ¿podrías hacerlo sin que se ofendiera? Si vas a hacer una broma sobre otras religiones y hubiera junto a ti alguien con creencias espirituales diferentes a las tuyas ¿podrías decirla tal cual sin que se sintiera insultado? Si tu comentario o chiste fuera sobre orientaciones sexuales y hubiera frente a ti alguien gay, trans, bisexual, heterosexual, lesbiana… ¿podrías hacerlo sin que estuvieras burlándote?

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«Andrógino» y «andrógeno» no son sinónimos. Cuando se habla de personas, hay que hacerlo con propiedad. http://www.fundeu.es/recomendacion/androgino-androgeno/

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Knopf Doubleday | Gender Outlaw | “I know I’m not a man . . . and I’ve come to the conclusion that I’m probably not a woman, either. . . . . The trouble is, we’re living in a world that insists we be one or the other.” With these words, Kate Bornstein ushers readers on a funny, fearless, and wonderfully scenic journey across the terrains of gender and identity. On one level, Gender Outlaw details Bornstein’s transformation from heteros...

When You're a Woman Raped by a Woman

Our culture tends to see rape in heterosexual terms—with a male perpetrator and a female victim. For women sexually assaulted by women, this makes the experience all the more confusing and isolating.

TEN PIECES OF (UNSOLICITED) ADVICE FOR EVERYONE TRYING TO FIGURE THEMSELVES OUT Painting by Catrin Walz Stein

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Hey guy. Many men who have sex with men nevertheless prefer to refer to themselves as "straight-acting" to imply masculinity or machismo--regardless as to their homo-, bi-, or heterosexual preferences. But I think there's nothing hotter than a guy who's not afraid of being called flaming every now and then. [click on this image to find a short video and analysis of the "no homo" discourse]

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Julie Goldman (The D Word, LOGO’s “The Big Gay Sketch Show”) stars as cheerful optimist Linda, an aspiring tattooist who runs the camera for uptight hetero field reporter Kelly (Emily Burton, Out At The Wedding). Thrown together on assignment to the backwoods town of Little Hope, the mismatched pair must cope with accommodations at a wacky Youth Hostel by night, while recording mundane market research interviews by day.