This series focuses on different points of views and experiences. No one was aware of the others replies, giving varied and unbiased diversity in the answers. The focus was on Bisexual people this time as we asked the below question(s) How bi visible are you? Do you find your chosen partner defines people’s perception of you? … Continue reading One Subject: Bisexuality.
Written by @Aunty_Vicki Firstly a poem A new method of thinking of pre & post transition trans people. While in the closet, I was not being authentic me, far from it really! So the person you thought you knew, is gone now with some pieces from before but changes, there are more, an actor plays… Continue reading Transgender and Allies Day Of Visability
This series focuses on different points of views and experiences. No one was aware of the others replies, giving varied and unbiased diversity in the answers. The focus was on Transgender people this time as we asked the below question(s) Many people who are transgender rightfully take their time in choosing the name they wish… Continue reading One Subject: Transgender.
We asked What diversity means to you? on @Mattersofpride here are your thoughts……. @SShingatok Looking beyond your difference and accept people for who they are. @LetsKickASS_PDX Diversity = Accepting everyone as they are, even when they don’t look like us. @himikenelson Simply being free to be who you really are without fear! @spiralsuntweet Diversity means everyone’s… Continue reading What does diversity means to you?
I find the best policy if you engage with someone who is being phobic towards out comuinity is to politely engage with them a little, but be in control. I personally use phrases like however I understand that these phrases don’t suit everyone. All we are after is equal rights, simply the same as you… Continue reading What simple message would you like to give to someone who is anti lgbt that gives positive thought to them?
Last updated on 25th December 2016 How many times have you heard someone with phobic views towards the LGBTQIA community say……. It’s not normal! It’s hard to understand why someone who identifies themselves as heterosexual can’t even see the flaws in this statement. Equally it’s hard for anyone to understand someone’s else’s sexuality or gender. … Continue reading What is normal?
Last updated on 31st December 2016 Questioning you’re self identify is hard to do. As a friend put it, it’s the period between discovering you may not be ‘heterosexual’ or you are feeling conflicted in regards of your gender’ and knowing who you truly are! Often a while before you come out too. So I… Continue reading Questioning yourself.