19 Burst results for "Hetero Normativity"

"hetero normativity" Discussed on The Rural Health Voice

The Rural Health Voice

04:14 min | 8 months ago

"hetero normativity" Discussed on The Rural Health Voice

"From my personal experience. A lot of of health care Is centered around this idea of hetero normativity and you know i come into a doctor's office and i am can't see me but i i must folks assume that i am straight in an a in a heterosexual relationship and so when it comes to answering questions about sexual health it you know. It becomes problematic And i've had to answer questions multiple times but kind of rejecting the idea of assuming hetero normativity doesn't harm anyone but it does benefit those most harmed by the by these inequities and these disparities and and go so far in in providing a really affirming environment For folks particularly trans and non binary folks to to get the healthcare The affirming healthcare that they they need And so that would be my answer to the. Oh yeah what the something comes to mind with. That is when virginia association. I started digging into the senate. And i was trying to to wrap my brain around the problem I discovered The movement advancement project which is a group. That's really pushing back on the narrative that you know gay people only live in cities and if you're born role he get out as fast as you can't And they're they're really looking into. No there is a decent number of people in our rural communities who identify as she q. And then they were talking about some of the the healthcare inequities that happens with that population and a story that came out through that that i actually wrote an entire grant proposal. Just on the story was that a woman went to see the doctor and the doctors. I seen just basic questions. Are you sexually active. Yes are you on birth control. No are you trying to get pregnant now but you sexually active. Yes trying to get pregnant. No are you on birth control and the conversation went around around around around in a circle and finally the patient has said. Look my spouse is another one then because the the doctors treating her like she was an idiot. And how hard is it to switch. Cut that conversation If nothing else just having some basic information they're dirt. yep that's how how. How easy and cost effective and time saving. Would it be to provide that basic information. That's exactly the my lived experience. And that was the experience i was referring to that i had to dock that just that exact And i love that. That was written proposal because it is. You're right it is. It's a much more efficient way in an affirming way but you know speaking from someone who has has has has that lived experience. You know in that conversation. I'm thinking to myself. Is this a safe space for me to come out. Is you know what are the consequences of that. Do i feel safe. And so that is a constant narrative that I often have in. I know lots of folks have in our community when they're going into any doctor's office And eliminating that would. It seems small and simple but it it. It's so impactful to the feeling that i feel coming out of that doctor's office so i again i appreciate you bringing see. You didn't even know you were under indirectly in our cramp. I'm sure this was somebody else. But you know you never know you never know all right. Well thank you so much. Appreciate your time today. Thank you so much beth i. This was a lot of fun. Thank you.

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"hetero normativity" Discussed on The Wise Fool

The Wise Fool

05:40 min | 9 months ago

"hetero normativity" Discussed on The Wise Fool

"The person was decorated displays on. There's a lot of his art on the wall. I got so shocked was is big. Picture of two men. Having anal sex one guy's riding other kach very explicit announced. Just lost my breath and i felt like i have to take the down if not people come kill us but what i learned is that he hit his picture but he had to put it up because the local community result they have heard about and they wanted to see the people from all Allen's come to see this picture straight people on this kind of blew my mind so i'm wondering if choir art is also important for the non. Lgbt plus population to become more curious and experimental talk more about all that crazy stuff that lives inside their minds. Don't talk about that. this conversation. Some lovely. I think that when i want table is subversion i think that instead of maybe talking about how where people have all these boxes or how rear people are always different from the norm and how when we differ from the norm. We need an orange exists to to show that difference. I think that what we can do is to almost reinforce society's structures of hetero normativity as well because when people who are not clear antequera spaces they can still be able to identify with are things or queer images or queer perspectives in ways that they might not have experienced before or thought about so. I think that rather than fully decide defying with the norm or rather done just conforming to run. We are carving our own path that are inviting all kinds of people to explore more size of themselves. So they don't have to be so restricted into hetero normativity themselves either. I think this conversation is kind of almost opening up that utopia that we discussed. Maybe that is the goal rather than us fitting in with society is society to actually expand itself so that it can be one thing but it can also be several other things as well at.

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"hetero normativity" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

The Erick Erickson Show

03:27 min | 10 months ago

"hetero normativity" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

"Cultural capital to feel comfortable. Using words like intersection analogy hetero normativity sis gender problema ties triggering and latino by navigating a fluid progressive cultural frontier more skillfully than their boomer bosses and by calling out the privilege and moral failings of those above them young educated elites seek power within elite institutions. Woke kness becomes away to intimidate boomer administrators and rest power from them and the embraced now. This is adding to the embrace of witnessed by corporate. Ceos is a way of insulating themselves from the controversy. It's not about them doing what they believe. It's about virtue signal. Lean to protect themselves from the mob below them. You know so. This is kind of funny in silicon valley. They're having issues right now. Apple being first among them so apple built this billion dollar campus. The places amazing. I've been out there You can't get all the campus. But there's an apple store there you get some occlusive stuff. But i'm in the apple colt and i went out. There had to be in cupertino awhile back and had to have a meeting at near stanford and i decided that the it was a dinner meeting and i had all day so i would just drive down to cupertino and see. Apple's campus drive seven times around it. Prey to steve jobs. Do all the stuff that we do in the apple cult. It's a gorgeous. It is gorgeous. The apple headquarters now is a perfect circle. You can see it on satellite. It's it's an amazing place it really is. It's in the middle of a city. You would think it's in the middle of nowhere. The landscape everything is perfect. Meticulous designed by steve jobs before he died in l. Tim cook the ceo. Can't get the young folks to come back to work. They want to work remotely. This not just them. Google facebook and the like. They're all have problems. And tim cook chief among them as have the big problem. Because apple's culture requires in person..

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"hetero normativity" Discussed on The Sex Wrap

The Sex Wrap

04:57 min | 11 months ago

"hetero normativity" Discussed on The Sex Wrap

"Our instagram follower did not. Where else do we want to go in this. This really crazy list. And i kind of like this one Ha you're so straight and that was during To people who identified as gay that we're having sex with each other What do you think about that one. Yeah drew. I think that's homophobic like what. Where does that come from. There's a lot of gay people. We talked about it last month. During pride month a lot of gay people who do have some residual hate like hetero normativity. Where a lot of gay people who think that straightness is the best thing we have until like a gay dating app. There's a lot of masks for mask or there's a lot of lesbians who only want to date lipstick really feminine lesbians. There's a lot of hetero normativity and homophobia in in gay dating alter and especially considering someone said. This is a weird thing that came that someone said during sex. Like you're so straight you know once again. I don't know if this is warning signs or red flags but It's a pretty negative thing the say to someone who's out in queer right like you're being intimate one of the most intimate things that people can do with each other is have sex and then talking during sex and during that process. You're like hey by the way you're so straight Ha it feels wrong. And i think there's probably some homophobia in their heterosexuals in there. Some hetero normative in there. And i don't typically find those jokes funny and i mean i think that it it meant to be rudin someway right in that context like it doesn't feel like there's Anything anything nice about that coming in that context not i mean right and you think about where these comments come from and some of them like the i love you comments they spill out of your head because like the part of your brain that's activated in your is different in when you're having sex like parts of your brain that are normally kind of inhibited..

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"hetero normativity" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:19 min | 11 months ago

"hetero normativity" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"What wo- kness does is. It really seeks a kind of conversion a secular conversion of the individual that then means that they get militarized against the white people in many cases around them. So you'll have some college kid who goes to a school gets exposed to wo- kness and then goes back home to let's say normal white parents and then goes on the The aggressive against them and teaches dad and mom that this kind father and mother who raised them not perfectly maybe not even perfect on racial matters but this kind father and mother actually are part of the white hetero normative supremacist capitalist order. That is oppressing everybody in america. And that's the kind of evil ideology that is not just political. It's spiritual is there an uglier word than hetero normative. I'm just curious of anything out. There that can compete with the ugliness. Hetero normative hetero means different different normative so when you say head or normative this is again. It's one of these made up woke words. So let's let's define it for the people who actually have a life in our into this stuff. What what is hetero normative mean. It means that you're basically straight so. You're you're heterosexual and you see that. As the ordinary working of humanity we would say christians. that's god's creation order that those who are called to marriage get in get married man to a woman a woman to a man one man one woman for life so that is all classed as hetero normativity as used to call them breeders. Yeah it's another. But i mean it's just fascinating how people like we're gonna put you down because you know you think men and women were you know were made to to be together and get married and have kids. We're going to put that down because that's bourgeois. That's it's just. I mean the older you get the more you realize. There's nothing new under the sun. This is just a new version of the same stuff that we've been hearing over and over with different words and stuff now or normative and people just jump on that new bandwagon. We've discovered the meaning of life five minutes ago. It's exactly like that. And it's really marxist because karl marx if you study him is even if you read his communist manifesto or related documents..

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A look at Gladys Bentley, American blues singer

Queer as Fact

06:07 min | 1 year ago

A look at Gladys Bentley, American blues singer

"Before we get started as we normally do at the start of a person's life I'm going to jump in when gladys was forty five years old in the year nineteen, fifty, two revolutionnaire. Arcada. Their time travel is upset. Yes. Heavens the reason why jumping in he is because nine fifty two is the at that one amount main sources was written and I want to talk about that. Source. Pot, Abou- review before we actually. Talk about that. So in the nineteen forties and nineteen fifties in the USA politicians like Senator Joe McCarthy was spearheading moral and political panicked about queer people in the understanding that we who are not only immoral but also susceptible to blackmail and therefore more likely to become communist spies. Goddess Bentley had built her career on being an openly queer and gender non conforming blues performer in nineteen, Fifty, two in. The African American magazine Ebony, she write an article titled. I'm a woman again in which she talks very late at queasiness before renouncing it and championing heterosexuality and Hetero normativity. In this article, she says, I became a woman again when I discovered unaccepted the one glorious thing which for so many years I had bitterly fought with all my heart mind and body the law of antennas, the devotion of a man. I thought it was kind of Jesus. Is, the man Jesus, the matters not Jesus She did definitely become more involved with her church later in her life, but she doesn't necessarily link that to her. Queens. So like Jesus here but only incidentally. Background character. Incidental Jesus is my Christian rock band. Do you come across. Do. Christian covers rock songs. Both I anyway. What happened YOU CLAP We'll talk a lot more about the background to this article and what was happening in life at that time. When we get to that I, think the sort of political background McCarthyism is. Hardly the main you need to know that, and the reason that I wanted to bring this up and mentioned at the start is because this article is the only information we have about Gladys inhering voice. Well, that's quite a pickle. It is quite a pickle that we are. And it's also the only source of information we have about her childhood before she was about twenty one. Okay. So that's that most by graphical information comes from what can be gleaned from newspaper is nobody's ever written a biography. All Gladys on the work of like interviewing people who knew anything like that is that is something that could still be done. Do you think she was born in nineteen ninety seven so like a lot of people anyone who knew her in her early life is GonNa be dead. Yeah. But from headlight alive that would probably still be some still alive could talk about her bought definitely have to be done pretty soon. I'm not aware of anyone working on unfortunately, but hopefully, someone is yeah. So I just wanted to raise that heavy keep in mind that that's the source of wealth with before we start talking about glass at life. So I got us was born in Philadelphia on the twelfth of August nine, hundred seven to George and Mary Bentley. She was the oldest of four siblings in a black working class family according to Gladys's article in Ebony Mary had wanted a son and she was very disappointed when she had a door refusing much as tasha child on Nessa Child. Gladys. Intern says she always felt repulsed by men including her father brothers and uncles and she says. I suppose the reason was that they will admire while I was scorned from ninety nine or ten. She began to steal her brothers choirs at first to feel she was getting even with them but then I began feel more comfortable in boys quarries than dresses have parents teachers objected to gladys as masculine dress. The gladys was obstinate and she and her parents eventually reached a compromise by gladys wear what's called a meaty blouse. So that's what you'd pictures like kind attritional Salas like a navy ship and she went out with a skirt during elementary school gladdest about to crush on a female teachers she tells us in Class I sat the hours watching her and. Wondering, why I was so attracted to at night I dreamed I didn't understand the meaning of those dreams until later. I. WanNA mention this because it's got his first experience of being attracted to a woman that we know about and also just think it gives you a bit of an idea of how in her article the Ebony she does talk openly about like being que- and being attracted to women and wanting to present in a masculine way and these kinds of things like she doesn't deny that this is an aspect then renounces it and decides that Hetero. normativity is better suicide angle on this that she used to feel this way but she has stopped. Or the she feels this way but has decided that that's not any good. I tell you. It's more than she used to feel this way but has stopped. Okay. Yeah. Yeah. It's hard to say because she does sort of talk about talk about there are other people who have the same who had the same experiences in she refers to those groups like she uses like way if she's talking about painting society and she's still kind of identifies with those groups. But at the same time, she says as things like I've become a woman again now I love man I'm able to Vin into this female role Besse so I'm interested to hear how gender and sexuality. Interacting glasses life. Easier we go through what I was saying I've become a woman again. that. Yeah. I really interested to hear your thoughts on that. I, don't really nine because we have so little in gladys invoice except this. Has a lot of a lot about the stuff going on and influence why she write this article. It's hard to say how gladys feels about gender, but we will talk about Nemo. As. Gladys grew older cy when she was a teenager, her mother thought taking doctors. She doesn't explicitly tell us in Ebony article the reason for this but it's apparent that it was connected to fairly to perform femininity in the way that was expected of him. Gladys tells us she believes parents meant well botched quite what my family did not know was that. I didn't need a doctor, but love's affection and healthy interests to supplant the malignant growth festering inside of me, and she seems to argue at this point in the article that it was the original rejection by her mother that fest push towards her gender non conforming behavior and that her parents subsequent relations attempting to force her to conform to femininity. Ireland. Encourage to.

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"hetero normativity" Discussed on The Red Pill Report

The Red Pill Report

05:31 min | 1 year ago

"hetero normativity" Discussed on The Red Pill Report

"People. But to the movement of black lives matter the Marxist communist moving black lives matter. Pressure everywhere for people to bow the knee. And who you have a brave courageous man, saying as a Christian cannot do that. I cannot bow the knee. Anything other than my God. and. Well I, commend him for that and give thanks for the testament is for the for the preaching of the Gospel at the site where George died for the testimony of these few Christians who stand up and say I will not bow the Marxist movement. I will not bow the knee to move in. That demands the the end of Hetero normativity I will not bow the knee to anything other than my God..

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"hetero normativity" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

13:41 min | 2 years ago

"hetero normativity" Discussed on KTOK

"Fat shaming hetero normativity intersection now the patriarchy rape culture you're all terms that you have probably become familiar with if not from listening to this show just because they're out there now the discourse they sound like they should mean something because you hear them a lot but where do they come from in fact I told you all what was it now maybe a couple of years ago that I just heard this terms just gender for the first time which struck me as odd because starting at a very young age I had a pretty expensive vocabulary never heard of this thing before work where did it come from intersection malady where did it where did it come from well there is a fantastic article in the Wall Street journal about by Peter Bogosian about something called I DO laundering this really matters by the way even if you don't care about what crazy academics are saying on campuses this is you often have heard me say that campuses are the laboratories for left wing craziness that's where they're doing the most experimentation in a place where there are really no constraints on the stupidity on the absurdity of their ideas and they come out of these laboratories with these ideas the campuses opera gate these different words and and concepts into the broader society with this stamp of approval of well it comes from university professors who have peer review journals and the goes Ian walks us through what he calls idea laundering this is really interesting because this is how it all happens the reason why your kids for those of you who have kids about this age will be coming home from school certainly from high school being told about gender identity versus sex what's the difference the reason your kids will come home and be told that intersection malady is the truth of all American society that there are different groups that are constantly in a in a battle for who is a pressing who hetero normativity a fancy way of saying most people are heterosexual that's all that that's what and and and then they extrapolate all these things from that counts but it's a header normativity is that the dominant culture the dominant perception people have of sexuality is that men are attracted to women women are attracted to men it's not not the case that's all the only way things are in this or any other society but that has been the how do you get these ideas fat shaming is the one that actually Bogosian US singles in on here what do you do if you are a particularly activist minded academic how do you create concepts that then we'll get set into the broader society and have a real influence me you look at for example the Obama administration the Obama administration's policy on dog bathroom usage for people that have gender identity issues what is you better allow their you know they twelve year old boy he's a drug real girls locker room or else we will consider pulling department education funding under discrimination discrimination you know accusations that you're being discriminatory so this this goes all but about rape culture this is another one I kept hearing about all the time rape culture on college campuses CNN even had a documentary I didn't watch exit CNN its units crap but CNN had a documentary I think called the hunting ground about college campuses there were these juror knows you were so very gullible not just in the Duke lacrosse case where there was no rape and there was a really a a deranged accuser who tried to run a bunch of people's lives in a power mad Democrat prosecutor nightfall try to ruin some young boys lines media one along with that because you know there's this culture of rape on campus rape is a felony you know you should down to have lunch with somebody and you tell them that you you have got caught up in a stock scam ten years ago you serve a little time they might say yeah you know we all make mistakes you know you served at the site is down and say that you were convicted of rape the person's got all rightly one and the lunch and say what the heck is this of rape culture it's just that the from the notion that that's a a phrase it should be in common usage is is absurd on college campuses but that's what they say where does all of this come from it comes from campuses comes from the takeover of academia by a left wing activists with degrees in social studies without really much to add to the discourse and you don't really view their role as making sure that people who go to school no things and gain certain skills they do their role as making sure they only know certain things that they tell them they have to know for the purposes of being the shock troops of the left when they are going through adulthood and raising their own children they are indoctrination factories you see this all the time how often do you have a left wing speaker shop at a college campus and thou people challenge me on this by the way we talk about the Ann Coulter speech in Berkeley I said I brought this up the show and and someone some blue checked journal idiot was saying to me will this happen look at look at a trump rally so much talking about political rallies talking invited speakers to a college campus name me one time that a left wing speaker shown up at a college campus and there have been a thousand two thousand angry screaming profane shrill shrieking conservatives saying you're not allowed to speak here you're not already I could sit here and run throughout the top of my head dozens of speeches where that has happened with leftist I mean I don't know if the number was a thousand or a hundred projects but you know where they try to shut down shut it down don't allow people to be heard the ideas are too dangerous you see including ideas that in many cases have been considered consensus or or status quo within the academy stretching back for decades how do they do this how to change the conversation so abruptly so that now we have to use terminology that they set for us I only bring back this Bogosian peace and ideal laundering is fabulous piece really important because this is why you're again why your kids are coming home saying cyst gender and gender identity all the stuff that what it all starts the campus here they do you got a bunch of people that feel a certain way in academia we feel like fat shaming for example is wrong now being mean anyone is wrong being mean anyway because their weight I think all the vast majority of us all have different times were struggling with weight or trying to get healthier trying to drop some pounds which is a lot that goes into wait including genetics including people's socioeconomic circumstances you know it's just not as simple as just show will power me there's there's a lot that goes into it and people should be considered about that and it's a struggle that I think a lot of us all share but that's different than creating an academic discipline around fat shaming which is what colleges have done how they do it well they start a journal an academic journal in this case it was called fat studies they created an academic periodical called fat studies and they had then other academics write about how the talking about fat as a bad thing or overweight being overweight or obese is a bad thing was psychologically harmful and distressing old and they have other academics who peer review this but this year the peer review process is supposed to be and this goes back to the the into the roots of the academy it's supposed to be a process of distilling truth through opposition to what is being written there or looking for flaws looking for counter arguments looking for ways that this that the peer review supposed to be is this thing on a saleable is it true try to show is that it's not true that's not a pair of your actions social social studies departments or whatever social sciences rather which are not science as a political science major to tell you there's no science to it at all the few times we looked at regression analysis and statistics and things everybody's eyes rolled back in there had this let's argue more about you know abortion rights nobody cared about any other stuff there's really no signs to it but if you look at the social sciences across the academy what you find out is that as long as you're taking a left wing point of view the peer review process for these journals that they just make up is meant to just consolidate the opinion around whatever's being promulgated so they all they all go yeah it's great for you know we're gonna fat shaming is a terrible thing and then when people say well what about the health risks on the I mean that's the biggest public health epidemic really face action now has to do directly with with diseases of of access disease of excess calories and the type two diabetes among other things and they just shot all that down with excuse me we have a fat studies journal that explains all this is peer reviewed it is the science now but it's not the science it's just the consolidation of like minded opinion in something they are calling a journal that they are saying is peer reviewed that is really just there forwarding of a narrative a narrative based on emotion and feeling an error that is not rooted in any in any rally here's an example in fact studies the journal short of fat Pentagon pedagogy a study of pedagogical approaches aimed at challenging obesity discourse in post secondary education does anyone out when I just read that you did I I read and I've read it before read the piece for came on air I don't really know what they think they're saying here and that's part of this as well they dress up flimsy thoughts with fancy words because that most people just sort of say okay it looks it looks like it's academic and therefore there's some in premature on the fact that this is coming out of a college or university there must be some truth to it I would say that were a little the phonics I feel like I said wrong sometimes whatever I learn words by reading a not by hearing them of these articles tell us that obesity is a narrative such as being healthy at at and there's another narrative such as being healthy it ever at every size and there's no reason a privilege one narrative over another this is the this is the reason why I say he's so focused on fat studies here in this piece is because that's just not true being morbidly obese is very very dangerous for your health there is no alternative there is no scientific alternative narrative about being morbidly obese is is okay for your health this is not the same thing is don't be mean to people that are struggling with weight I've struggled weight loss you wanna struggled wait everybody struggles await really that you know you come across a day to day basis just don't necessarily talk about it but to say that yeah you know you wait you a thousand pounds that's fine that's the way you know that's the way got major is not this is not based in any science this is just narrative and then when you started it take this and look at okay what about cis gender and had normativity and all these other concepts that come out thank you for giving fancy words to what we have a feeling that people shouldn't just think that being heterosexual is the the normal thing won't normal is a word that is a view some value judgment on things but it is certainly the majority and then there's no reasonably that's going to change anytime soon intersection alley there different groups that are all filled with oppression against each other on that there's a a actual hierarchy of oppression of the left looks at throughout American society you know are you black are you Latino are you why are you Asian are you Transdanubia from things and that every discussion of politics has to the first thing you do is put somebody on that board if you all my chess board on that playing field for you can discuss the merits of an argument drawbacks of an argument what's true what's fair what's good what's decent I forget all that first where did it where does this person go and the intersectional hierarchy this all comes from academia it's this is a problem for the kids have to study these places this is from the book goes in peace quote students leave the academy believing they know things they do not know they bring this knowledge to their places of employment where overtime laundered ideas and the terminology that accompanies them become normative giving them even more on earned legitimacy this is why you heard of some of the terms we began with cisgender fat shaming hetero normativity intersection Audi patriarchy rape culture and whiteness they've been laundered through the peer reviewed literature by activist scholars than widely taught for years before being brought into the world is this is not knowledge these are just feelings dress stop by academia to make it seem like if you argue.

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"hetero normativity" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"hetero normativity" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

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"hetero normativity" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

13:36 min | 2 years ago

"hetero normativity" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Gender fat shaming hetero normativity intersection now the patriarchy rape culture you're all terms that you have probably become familiar with if not from listening to this show just because they're out there now the discourse they sound like they should mean something because you hear them a lot but where do they come from in fact I told you all what was it now maybe a couple of years ago that I just heard this term cis gender for the first time which struck me as odd because starting at a very young age I had a pretty expensive vocabulary never heard of this thing before work where did it come from intersection malady where did it where did it come from well there is a fantastic article in the Wall Street journal about by Peter Bogosian about something called I DO laundering this really matters by the way even if you don't care about what crazy academics are saying on campuses this is you often have heard me say that campuses are the laboratories for left wing craziness that's where they're doing the most experimentation in a place where there are really no constraints on the stupidity on the absurdity of their ideas and they come out of these laboratories with these ideas the campus is opera gate these different words and and concepts into the broader society with this stamp of approval of well it comes from university professors who have peer review journals and the goes Ian walks us through what he calls idea laundering this is really interesting because this is how it all happens the reason why your kids for those of you who have kids about this age will be coming home from school certainly from high school being told about gender identity versus sex what's the difference the reason your kids will come home and be told that intersection aliki is the truth of all American society that there are different groups that are constantly in a in a battle for who is a pressing who hetero normativity a fancy way of saying most people are heterosexual that's all that that's what and and and then they extrapolate all these things from that counts but it's a header normativity is that the dominant culture the dominant perception people have of sexuality is that men are attracted to women women are attracted to men it's not not the case that's all the only way things are in this or any other society but that has been the dominant paradigm how do you get these ideas fat shaming is the one that actually Bogosian US singles in on here what do you do if you are a particularly activist minded academic how do you create concepts that then we'll get set into the broader society and have a real influence me you look at for example the Obama administration the Obama administration's policy on a dog bathroom usage for people that have gender identity issues was you better allow their you know the twelve year old boy he's a drug real girls locker room or else we will consider pulling apart of education funding under discrimination discrimination you know accusations but you're being discriminatory so this this goes all about rape culture this is another one I kept hearing about all the time rape culture on college campuses CNN even had a documentary I didn't watch exit CNN its units crap but you're not a documentary I think called the hunting ground about college campuses there were these juror knows you were so very gullible not just in the Duke lacrosse case where there was no rape and there was a really a a deranged accuser who try to run a bunch of people's lives in a power mad Democrat prosecutor nightfall try to ruin some young boys lives media one along with that because you know there's this culture of rape on campus rape is a felony you know you should down to have lunch with somebody and you tell them that you you have got caught up in a stock scam ten years ago you serve a little time they might say yeah you know we all make mistakes you know he served at the site is down say that you were convicted of rape the person's got all rightly one and the launchers say what the heck is this of rape culture it's just that the from the notion that that's a a phrase it should be in common usage is is absurd on college campuses but that's what they say where does all of this come from it comes from campuses comes from the takeover of academia by a left wing activists with degrees in social studies without really much to add to the discourse and you don't really view their role as making sure that people who go to school no things and gain certain skills they do their role as making sure they only know certain things that they tell them they have to know for the purposes of being the shock troops of the left when they are going through adulthood and raising their own children they are indoctrination factories you see this all the time how often do you have a left wing speaker shop at a college campus and thou people challenge me on this by the way we talk about the Ann Coulter speech in Berkeley I said I brought this up the show and and someone some blue checked journal idiot was saying to me will this happen look at look at a trump rally so much talking about political rallies talking invited speakers are a college campus name me one time that a left wing speaker shown up at a college campus and there have been a thousand two thousand angry screaming profane shrill shrieking conservatives saying you're not allowed to speak here you're not already I could sit here and run through off the top of my head dozens of speeches where that has happened with leftist I mean I don't know if the number was a thousand or a hundred projects but you know where they try to shut down shut it down don't allow people to be heard the ideas are too dangerous you see including ideas that in many cases have been considered consensus or or status quo within the academy stretching back for decades how do we do this how to change the conversation so abruptly so that now we have to use terminology that they set for us are we bring back this Bogosian peace and ideal laundering is fabulous piece really important because this is why you're again why your kids are coming home saying six gender and gender identity all the stuff of what it all starts the campus here they do you got a bunch of people that feel a certain way in academia we feel like fat shaming for example is wrong now being mean anyone is wrong being mean anyway because their weight I think all the vast majority of us all have different times were struggling with weight or trying to go healthier trying to drop some pounds which is a lot that goes into wait including genetics including people's socioeconomic circumstances you know it's just not as simple as just show will power me there's there's a lot that goes into it and people should be considered about that and it's a struggle that I think a lot of us all share but that's different than creating an academic discipline around fat shaming which is what colleges have done how they do it well they start a journal an academic journal in this case it was called fat studies they created an academic periodical called fat studies and they had then other academics write about how the talking about fat as a bad thing or overweight being overweight or obese is a bad thing was psychologically harmful and distressing old and they have other academics who peer review this but this year the peer review process is supposed to be and this goes back to the the into the roots of the academy it's supposed to be a process of distilling truth through opposition to what is being written there or looking for flaws looking for counter arguments looking for ways that this that the peer review supposed to be is this thing on a saleable is it true try to show is that it's not true that's not a peer review works and social social studies departments or whatever social sciences rather which are not science as a political science major to tell you there's no science to it at all the few times we looked at regression analysis and statistics and things everybody's eyes rolled back in there had this is let's argue more about you know abortion rights nobody cared about and other stuff there's really no signs to it but if you look at the social sciences across the academy which you find out is that as long as you're taking a left wing point of view the peer review process for these journals that they just make up is meant to just consolidate the opinion around whatever's being promulgated so they all they all go yeah it's great for you know we gotta fat shaming is a terrible thing and then when people say well what about the health risks on there then it is the biggest public health epidemic really face actually now has to do directly with with diseases of of access disease of excess calories and I would talk to diabetes among other things and they just shot all that down with excuse me we have a fat studies journal that explains all this is peer reviewed it is the science now but it's not the science it's just the consolidation of like minded opinion in something they are calling a journal that they are saying is peer reviewed that is really just there forwarding of a narrative a narrative based on emotion and feeling a narrative that is not rooted in any in any rally here's an example in fact studies the journal short of fat Pentagon a pedagogy a study of pedagogical approaches aimed at challenging obesity discourse and post secondary education does anyone else when I just read that you did I read and I've read it before read the piece for came on air I don't really know what they think they're saying here and that's part of this as well they dress up flimsy thoughts with fancy words because that most people just sort of say okay it looks it looks like it's academic and therefore there's some in premature on the fact that this is coming out of a college or university there must be some truth to it I would say that were a little the phonics I feel like I said wrong sometimes whatever I learn words by reading a not by hearing them of these articles tell us that obesity is a narrative such as being healthy at at and there's another narrative such as being healthy it ever at every size and there's no reason a privilege one narrative over another is to see this the reason why I say he's so focused on fat studies here in this piece is because that's just not true being morbidly obese is very very dangerous for your health there is no alternative there is no scientific alternative narrative about being morbidly obese is is okay for your health this is not the same thing is don't be mean to people that are struggling with weight I've struggled weight loss you wanna struggled way everybody struggles await really that you know you come across it did a basis just don't necessarily talk about it but to say that yeah you know you wait you a thousand pounds that's fine that's the way you know that's the way god major is not this is not based in any science this is just narrative and then when you started it take this and look at okay what about since gender and had normativity and all these other concepts that come out thank you for giving fancy words to war we have a feeling that people shouldn't just think that being heterosexual is the the normal thing won't normal is a word that is a view some value judgment on things but it is certainly the majority and then there's no reasonably that's going to change anytime soon intersection alley there different groups that are all filled with oppression against each other on that there's a a actual hierarchy of oppression of the left looks at throughout American society you know are you black are you Latino are you why are you Asian are you Transdanubia from things and that every discussion of politics has to the first thing you do is put somebody on that board if you all my chess board on that playing field for you can discuss the merits of an argument drawbacks of an argument what's true what's fair what's good what's decent I forget all that first where did it where does this person go and the intersectional hierarchy this all comes from academia this is a problem for the kids have to study these places this is from the book goes in peace quote students leave the academy believing they know things they do not know they bring this knowledge to their places of employment where overtime laundered ideas and the terminology that accompanies them become normative giving them even more on earned legitimacy this is why you heard of some of the terms we began with cisgender fat shaming hetero normativity intersection Audi patriarchy rape culture and whiteness they've been laundered through the peer reviewed literature by activist scholars than widely taught for years before being brought into the world is this is not knowledge these are just feelings.

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"hetero normativity" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

03:50 min | 2 years ago

"hetero normativity" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Times about. this big drag festival for under under teenage years. was performing as girls big festival in New York. everything that I think is on healthy is represented here. it's quite putting New York City. there are wonderful people in New York as everywhere else but to both the city itself represents that's this that's exactly the type of place that would have drag con. of course if you have gone to college you are wondering why is this guy against this what's the big deal who's hurting anybody that is the way in which you are raised in a in a college but wait what we're ever you land on this issue. you think it's wonderful that mothers are pushing their boys are encouraging if you wish their boys to dresses girls and to perform at a drag festival and if nothing else to sexual was them these are the people that if it's so amazing if a if a guy makes a sexual comments to a woman. she is she's a victim she is traumatized. but to rob children of their innocence that's fine it's the sick world the sick world of the left at work here. one of the reasons I raise this is nobody will ask any of the democratic nominees do you have any position on drag com bill say on job don't know anything about it. then they'll then do you explain it in a minute take a minute to explain to you of any position on direct con mothers encouraging their sons to dress as a female's. and the kids aren't even they don't claim to be transgendered even they just enjoy doing this. the irony is they would be such an uproar if girls were encouraged I mean women women over eighteen in the Miss America contest can't dress any longer in a swimsuit. this the sick world of the left that is objectification. twelve year old boy he's going on stage as girls dressed as girls this is just self expression this is a New York times article on it. the assault is armed hetero normativity as they would call the again you made totally agree with it but at least let's be clear every thing that we have believed until now is under assault. so this is the story about this meet the meet the this is amazing thing. meet the V.. meet the rising drag stores of America they are tweens. he is in a different person and drank so much as of this is is a is an extolling the virtues of a twelve year old boy is a drag queen. it's not a ripping in pieces of feature piece in The New York Times. he isn't a different person and drag so much as a more outgoing version of himself he said I'm always fierce fabulous and not playing video games I'm being modding. first of all. would you want your twelve year old to talk about himself that way personal. it is inconceivable to me. but this kid has a happy future. in conceivable..

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Carlos Aguilar, CNN And Cleveland discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

The Andrew Klavan Show

01:59 min | 3 years ago

Carlos Aguilar, CNN And Cleveland discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

"Reflection before the Cleveland was weekends begins. I you have to go and look at the rap the rap used to be a good showbiz site. I think it's CNN's showbiz site. They have a review here of pets, too, which is coming out called the secret life of pets. Sorry, the secret life of pets, too. I didn't see the secret life of pets one, but this is a cartoon for kids film, review cartoon offers outdated messages about marriage and manliness by Carlos Aguilar, the secret life of pets, too, for which both Renault re Lynch reprise their roles the secret life of pets to effectively acts as an animated owed to hetero normativity toxic masculinity, and patriarchal worldviews passed off, as harmless plot points to entertain young audiences pet twos. Descent into the bowels of what reads as conservative messaging. Begins as Katie maxes owner randomly meets a young man. Quickly marries and has a child in this fictional universe. That's clearly only natural progression of events in a woman's life. That trope is later reinforced through the pet characters. In case it wasn't obvious pets, too. Makes no attempt at diversifying the notion of what a family is today. No same sex couples or incite as pet owners much less as parents, nothing. That deviates from the default straight married. Couple is even hinted at making matters. Worse Harrison Ford is cast as rooster a hyper masculine shepherd dog. Brazenly brazenly teaching max, how to toughen up rooster is the embodiment of phrases like Mendome cry and rub some dirt on it. This alpha dog rejects vulnerability by preaching about how signified city dogs are defenders may argue it's absurd to ATN. I would never say this defense may argue it's absurd to attribute such. Wait to an animated feature. But on the contrary, this is the content, which we should be paying the most

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"hetero normativity" Discussed on The Bechdel Cast

The Bechdel Cast

04:51 min | 3 years ago

"hetero normativity" Discussed on The Bechdel Cast

"But then we got a bunch of people being like well at that time in history. Like, I was people in the UK were heavily discriminated against and all this. And I was like what should learn more about history. But in America, it's ounded absurd. The tone of those two movies are so different. Like Beckham is whatever the tone is different. Onerous different. I understand why they get paired together because their stories involving first generation Americans trying to reckon with their culture versus what they wanna do with their lives. Similar bend like Beckham. You're so right. But you know, what is for Americans reckoning with their culture is the big sick, which has literally identical with this movie. Yes. The dinner seeds. Yeah. But in any case, I. It's a Rome com. Yes. So there's only so many places for it to land that's into dozen to well as we hinted at slash overtly said, the movie does pass the Bechtel test Tula talks to her mom to her villa to her sister. A lot of the scenes where women are interacting are about. Either her debt tools dad or about Ian. But there are few like to line exchanges or more here. And there that pass the Bechtel test, shall we rate the movie on nipple scale. Let's do it. I am going to go. What's probably a little low on the spectrum of of all of us takes takes takes. And I know that this is a rom com. And I know that it then it's going to be about romantic relationship, and because of of hetero I'm getting there because of hetero normativity it's going to be about a relationship with. A man, and I understand all of that. I understand. That's how rom comes work in mainstream American cinema. But because I feel like there were opera -tunities to do a little bit more kind of challenging and commentary on what is at least by today's standards, pretty sexist, double standards, and sexist takes on what a women's role is in society and family and stuff like that. And the movie ends with her marrying a man and doing what her family wanted all along. I'm gonna give it to nipples. Wow. I know I know, but you guys you guys can give it fives. And you know. They just craft. But I listen to this in the car, you know, that being said, I really really enjoyed to character. I liked that she was defiant in many ways, I liked her as like a lead in a romantic comedy movie. But the fact that the whole crux of the thing is like, yeah. My family wants me to get married. So I will. Okay. Just I feel like there could have been a little bit more like more subplots revolving around other endeavors of her that she could have pursued and a little bit more challenging of the status quo that was her pretty patriarchal family structure. So I'm gonna have to nip and I'm gonna give one to Ian Miller. After all of that. Always do see both business interests. We do a few tiles baptize. When I was most attracted to him because I was not paying addition his hair, and then I'm gonna give my other nipple to her brother Nico who's nipples. We also see because he walks in with his shirt off, and at least one scene. So those bare nipples that's why give them to charge. Wait, how long have you been doing the nipples thing? Oh forever. Do I just not listen to the end? My god. There. Wait. So what is the how do you decide who you? It's up to you. Yeah. You can give them to anyone you want. It's just like betray whoever. And it's based on a scale of zero to five nipples based on its portrayal of women. Okay. I would say because of the scenes with envelope and the mom and Tula. I can't I'm gonna give it five nipples because I can't knock it but five nipples. And I'm going to give to to the mom Maria to to never dollars and one to the I love it. Nice. I'm going to split. The diff I'm gonna go three and a half for many of the reasons stated, I just the the ending. I feel like even in a rom com. There's a more interesting ending to this story..

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"hetero normativity" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

05:36 min | 3 years ago

"hetero normativity" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"But issues, our we talk about some great issue of life. Here's a great issue of life. Bisexuality? That's the subject of today's ultimate issues. Our provoke by. My seeing this excellent film bohemian rhapsody about Freddie, Mercury and Queen. And I fully acknowledge a virtual ignorance of either since it's not my field of music. But I was mesmerized by the film, Freddie. Mercury. Falls in love at a at a young age. With a wonderful beautiful woman who loves him for who. He is as it were before he became famous that they fell in love he loved her. He discovers realizes he's bisexual while having his relationship with her. And ultimately, she takes their the ring off. That he had given to her very sad scene. And then he goes on to lead a dissolute life of K orgies and drugs ultimately gets aids and stuff what the whole film is about by any means, I want to tell you. It's a great film. But that is about that part of his life. And it reaffirmed for me something I have said am I almost never hear said. So I want to figure out why it's not a good idea. My idea. I've asked heterosexuals who advocate for gay rights. Especially religious, Jews and Christians ask them a question. I've never literally never received an answer. So I printed it in columns, and it's been silence. If a person is bisexual. Why can't we who believe that the ultimate? Ideal is a husband and a wife a man and a woman married to one another in a monogamous relationship and make a family. I believe that's the ideal living in the real world. I know that not everybody can live up to that ideal. I fully get. My question, though, is why can't we advocate that the bisexual live that ideal? If the bisexual really means it, I am attracted to both sexes. Then why can't we make the case? Okay. Since you work knowledge, being you're a male bisexual knowledge being attracted to females. Why don't you simply only really sexually to females? I don't understand why we can't. Well, I do I take it back. I'll tell you. Why people are afraid to advocate it because it implies that one believes that the heterosexual ideal is an ideal or as they put it and dismiss it at universities. They believe in hetero normative. Practice and hetero normative is a bad thing. It's like being sexist or misogynistic or racist and the whole. List of things that the left. Uses to destroy those who different with them. Hetero. Normative? I am I knowledge that I believe in hetero normativity, I do all things being equal. I wish everybody were able that summer. Not. I wish everybody were able to lead a heterosexual life. I do. I think that men and women are created as a complement to one another. To live that way and build the family. This is not anti gay. It is simply the statement of my value system which believes that that is the ideal. So my question is why can't we say that to the bisexual? I'll tell you this. If you did not if you watch that movie bohemian rhapsody, and you don't leave the movie theatre thinking, you know, what if this guy had followed Dennis's ideal. He'd still be alive. He'd be alive. Now, he would have children. He would have had a family, and he would have had the woman he claimed to be the love of his life. I believe that she was the love of his life. That's.

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"hetero normativity" Discussed on Food 4 Thot

Food 4 Thot

03:42 min | 3 years ago

"hetero normativity" Discussed on Food 4 Thot

"And it was a time in the movement when we were really worried essentially about upper-middle-class rights, and then the question becomes why are those the pinnacle or wire the forefront of our struggle. Why is not for example, the fact that you can get fired still to this day in many states being queer trans by the right to work as a queer person any job from working a service job at McDonald's to the CEO of a company. Why is that not the pinnacle of the rights conversation, we're having? So that's I would also argue that there is an involving TRAN no, trans whatever you wanna call it normativity that as trans narratives are becoming more mainstream. What happens is if there are particular chance narratives that get, you know, they'd get elevated and others that are that are down rain, and that's something that I'm super super conscious about obviously as somebody who is socially committed to. Upholding, you know, the lives of every transfer CIN while at the same time increasingly living a life that it and coming from that background whether the same time living life that is more privileged than a lot of trans people. So do you feel Meredith like trans normativity has to do with like like passing with class are the voices that are elevated, you know, more people who fit into the binary than the non binary is it about like your position in terms of media outreach or your position in terms of like having wealth or having access. I feel like it can be complicated. But definitely one of the aspects of it is the more that you look like assist person. Right. The more that your privileged, and and it's very difficult. What's really hard? I you know, the as somebody who has. Has like super super guy. Would say radical politics while at the same time, you know, I have both passing white passing privilege. I am constantly in a position where I'm querying might place within the community and my role as somebody who speaks on behalf of the community rate. And when a make choices around my relationships and around this specific issue of hetero normativity, that's another. That's another aspect that. I think about because it reminds me a lot of when I you know, I've been presenting relatively androgynous lean, you know, the past year, but it has, but the way that I present drowsiness Lee has kind of there's like this weird analogy that I have around around, you know, like the me cook free movement rain like I can present were drudge asleep because I. Pass as SIS even when I present and drowsiness or even when people know that I'm trans. I'm not trans in a way that is confrontational ball. All right. And so I try to be really careful about just being like, oh, you know. I don't I don't subscribe to the mine area. Because for a lot of trans people, you know, binary passing is in many ways survival mechanism, whether you know, whether in their pastor in their peasant training, I'm curious if you upon dislike because how long have you been with your partner we've been together five years in February was were you always pro merit. No..

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"hetero normativity" Discussed on Food 4 Thot

Food 4 Thot

05:13 min | 3 years ago

"hetero normativity" Discussed on Food 4 Thot

"The it's like, oh, I can take a break. Like, I don't have to like be on guard about this. This is just like the way it's supposed to be. There's an ease that I perceive it having. That's really I mean. Yeah. That's absolutely it for me too. I crave that kind of the automatic nature of it. I really do. Yeah. I mean, that's totally fair. I've been I I'm planning a wedding. Oh, wait. I just have to say. I'm actually I'm changing my answer. It's not that flicks. It's planning wedding because I don't want to get married, but I need to have a fucking wedding blown up and needs to be like in the front page of the New York Times style section and like I just like I will be my worst nightmare. Bridezilla not not that. I don't want you to get married to an actual person. Because I would love that. If that's what she went friend. But I feel like you getting married to yourself and actually planning incredible wedding to yourself should be on the cover of magazine Kerry. Yeah. But Meredith you're getting married. I'm sorry. No, no. Yeah. I am getting married. So these conversations are beating by rain, and I shot recently decided to wear address shoe to my wedding after a period of just being like, okay? Like how you know? Like, do I want to just sort of like do a want to in some way, subvert my wedding outfit? Rain. And the thing about the idea of severity may wedding outfit. Is that I like the idea in principle, but the work they would actually take for me to figure out how to do it in a way that would satisfy my. Just sort of like, aesthetic ideas and having to work with designer having to deal with with all of that just doesn't, you know in the end, it didn't feel like that effort was worth. She's being like, actually, I look good in a wedding dress and basis pretty pretty. Yeah. Did you buy it? Did you buy the dress? Have you? Are you looking found wing? You have you found it or you still now I found the dress. Go. Go. How long did it take it? Sorry. How long to take you to find out? I didn't take me that long. He's like a like a low. I try to be sort of. I'm also finishing a memoir right now. Okay. Like I needed. And also the thing that you should know about getting wedding like, you know, high end wedding dresses is that if you order them less than six months before the wedding you start getting rushed fees for because it takes them that long to be his they make them, right? Paying for the weddings? Oh, wow. Normative thing. I mean, I'm sensing this tension between the ease of hetero normativity that it allows us to fit into relationship paradigm 's that we grow up with feel comfortable because they are not normative means normal. So that that we have you know, you fit into a mold you sort of inherently understand what relationship isn't what your role is versus sort of the the possibility of Queen ass-, which is like there are no rules me get to make them all up. But God damn what I'm sensing in the room is like that that can be exhausting to have to do that all the time. But also liberating writing time. I think that that's those that I think. However, you want to construct your relationships you can you can be productive in certain ways. It's a wonderful thing for me. At least I feel like in my relationship, which has aspects both of heterosexual relationship since I am, you know, I'm I'm my fiance is gender queer by mail, presenting and and takes pronouns cetera et cetera. And while at the same time, we have a clear understanding that are gender roles are not fixed. Because because when I was there is a period of time when I was really really invested in dating, you know, like super straight guys. Just like just very very. Construction workers for you. Well, you know, the data an Astro fizzes says at MIT football. There's more heterosexual than that. You know, that's sort of you know, who was like who played football in Texas. You know that sort of thing. Yeah. You know, just sort of the thing that I realized that in order for need to date somebody that straight. I had to be somebody because. Envisioning a woman shoe by who fulfilled that mold in even though, you know, the people that I was in relationships with new that I was trans..

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"hetero normativity" Discussed on Food 4 Thot

Food 4 Thot

04:32 min | 3 years ago

"hetero normativity" Discussed on Food 4 Thot

"It's time we get into the meat of our discussion. The thought process if you will spell T H O T. And for today's episode. Marriage. Oh, we're gonna know we're gonna cut it. I agree. We're cutting it. No today's episode theme is hetero normative when the word is thrown around in academic circles. Or in the case of us thoughts literally just at branch, it's often seen as an insult or in it as an insult. It's kind of like. You're so hetero normative, you know, like, an that's kind of slander I personally have gotten in my day, at least when I was in a relationship, which has been not very many times. That's besides the point. Months? But win the gay marriage legalized in two thousand fifteen for a lot of the gaze. The battle seemed over like finally we have the right to settle in and get a dog and watch Netflix six nights a week. And then the magic like fall day. Sleep in other beds, divorce three years later. Just like parties, but to all the gays that upon that announcement were not so keen about it. They cried how to normativity like why would we want to be a part of a construct that is excluded us for centuries. So I guess I'll start with what is the thing about hetero normativity that is most enticing to you her smelly. Because for me, it really is like the Netflix and chilling like when I go on first dates with guys, I my fantasies are like can't wait until I date seven. We're like you come over and sweatpants with like tub of ice cream. And we just watched like this great documentary seven, you know, like seventeen. Number two. You were eight number two. I'm like date number two years in. I think you. Yeah. No. I mean, the whole partnership thing is like my favorite thing. I loved living with a partner it made me feel amazing and having a dog and like having dinner parties and people over I love that having partner. My first my first serious relationship post transition. I lived in a loft in a two insan Francisco in the two story loft. And I remember falling asleep on the couch. And I remember my boyfriend picking off. And like taking me too bad and like Lamey down in bed. And that was the moment when I was just like, oh my God. I'm heterosexual. That is so real I I'm a heterosexual too. I mean, it's definitely true that particularly as like a non-binding person who's very fam-. I feel a certain attraction to the certain spoils of being early ship with with masculinity with his masculine who. I feel like we'll sort of more easily do certain kinds of things for me. I love it. When a guy brings me flowers. I love it. When I'm on a date with guy who like has his hand on the small of my back as walking down the street and opens all the doors for me and like shit like valley, I'm obsessed with that. And that's very hetero normative when they pay the Bill. Listen that's had annoyed. Normative? That's as being a millennial who works at a nonprofit and lives in New York City. Oh, okay. No, I don't I don't expect to pay the Bill until we're at least three dates in. But that's a different conversation. No, the thing that I really that that offers me the most comfort when I think about myself in a scenario that seems very hetero normative or have been in the scenario that is more hetero. Normative is the idea that there's a certain amount of there's a certain we I don't have to to critique at our think about it. I can just like fall into it. Because I grew up in a row normative home with parents were heterosexual in very happily married for forty four years. And that's what I was around. And so there's a there's an automatic nece to it that..

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"hetero normativity" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

09:33 min | 3 years ago

"hetero normativity" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Our we talk about some great issue of life. Here's a great issue of life. Bisexuality? That's the subject of today's ultimate issues. Our provoked by. My seeing this excellent film bohemian rhapsody about a Freddie Mercury and Queen. And I fully acknowledge a virtual ignorance of either since it's not my field of music. But I was mesmerized by the film, Freddie. Mercury. Falls in love at a young age. With a wonderful beautiful woman who loves him. For whom he is as it were before he became famous that they fell in love he loved her. He discovers realizes he spy sexual while having his relationship with her. And ultimately, she takes their the ring off. That he had given to her very sad scene. And then he goes on to lead a dissolute life of K orgies and drugs ultimately gets aids. And that stuff what the whole film is about by any means, I want to tell you. It's a great film. But that that is about that part of his life. And it reaffirmed for me something I have said am I almost never hear said. So I want to figure out why it's not a good idea. I've asked heterosexuals who advocate for gay rights. Especially religious, Jews and Christians ask them a question. I've never literally never received an answer. So I printed it in columns, and it's been silence. If a person is bisexual. Why can't we who believe that the ultimate? Ideal is a husband and a wife a man and a woman married to one another in a monogamous relationship and make a family. I believe that's the ideal living in the real world. I know that not everybody can live up to that ideal. I fully get it. My question, though, is why can't we advocate that the bisexual live that ideal? If the bisexual really means it, I am attracted to both sexes. Then why can't we make the case? Okay. Since you knowledge being you're a male, bisexual you acknowledge being attracted to females. Why don't you simply only relate sexually to females? I don't understand why we can't. Well, I do I take it back. I'll tell you. Why people are afraid to advocate it because it implies. That one believes that the heterosexual ideal is an ideal or as they put it and dismiss it at universities. They believe in hetero normative practice, and hetero normative is a bad thing. It's like being sexist or misogynistic or racist. And the whole list of things that the left. Uses to destroy those who different with them. Hetero. Normative? I am I knowledge that I believe in hetero normativity, I do all things being equal. I wish everybody were able and knowledge that summer not. I wish everybody were able to lead a heterosexual life. I do. I think that men and women are created as a complement to one another. To live that way and build the family. This is not anti gay. It is simply the statement of my value system which believes that that is the ideal. So my question is why can't we say that to the bisexual? I'll tell you this. If you did not if you watch that movie bohemian rhapsody, and you don't leave the movie theatre thinking, you know, what if this guy had followed Dennis's ideal he'd still be alive. He'd be alive. Now, he would have children. He would have had a family, and he would have had the woman he claimed to be the love of his life. And I believe that she was the love of his life. That's the irony. He had relations with her. So had somebody whispered in his ear. What I just said, Freddie? Mercury would have had a happier. Life not to mention infinitely longer. My mother infinitely far longer. But you're not allowed to say what I just said because that's hetero normative. For the fools who teach your children at college. That is absolutely for Bolton, it is forbidden. So if you're bisexual or no one tell me what is wrong with what I am advocating. Or what is right for that matter. Bisexual Colby last hour. I basically rehearsed his life. Without knowing him at all. But I've known bisexual that I've I've seen what happens overwhelmingly they don't tip over to the heterosexual side. They tip over almost exclusively to the homosexual side. Obviously, I would say the same thing through a bisexual woman. Okay. If you could fall in love with them and just as easily as with the woman, then through so confined, your your love interests to men. The ability of the human being to direct their behavior. His is pretty powerful. The plan of being human. All right. One eight Prager seven seven six. One eight seven seven two four three triple seven six told. So people who had called in about this to hold on. So that includes Elizabeth thank you for holding on Elizabeth in Denver. Hi, hi. Thank you for taking my call. First off. I wanted to say that I listened to your show a lot. I most disagree on most of the issues that I think you're very knowledgeable guy. I think it's important to listen to the other side. Well, it's a credit to you even more than to me. I just want you to know that. Thank you. Thank you. So first off I'm bisexual myself. And I actually ended up with a man. So I might be what you call the exception. But my question is twofold. I would like to know why you think a heterosexual. Relationship is better or the ideal over a homosexual relationship they can be just as happy they can be just as productive with their lives. They can have just sharing life. So I was wondering why one is an ideal over the other. Well, I'll begin with this by asking a question. And I totally trust that you'll give me an honest answer may not be the answer I want. But I'll still believe it's honest. All things being equal. The you think it is best for if you have two magnificent couples one same sex or to same sex couples and one opposite sex couple all couples are wonderful people financially secure kind loving. You have a child to give to them for adoption. Would you would you toss a coin? Or would you prefer that a child begin life with a mother and father? I personally would toss. A coin I've got I've studied a lot of I studied child is element. I've read a lot of research. There's been a lot of research. Looking at children develop differently with saints experience rather than with heterosexual parents? And so far. No studies has found any difference. Right. Okay. I'll comment on those studies.

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"hetero normativity" Discussed on Coffee With Chrachel

Coffee With Chrachel

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"hetero normativity" Discussed on Coffee With Chrachel

"A light thing and doors fucking the lighter bitch that too but also like the bike bowl of fucking elf water they used like future. Whatever their fucking call Penn Seve. Yes, it it was basically like the MIR Verret said and pensive mix together mix. Yeah. Yes. I'm sorry. This is annoying. No. It's so many comparisons to be made here. Okay. What else? I was. I'm satisfied that smcgaels back story didn't make me like fucking. I I empathize at the fact that he's been suffering for a long time. But it it was just like he saw the ring. It was like immediately. Like, you know, what fuck everyone I'm gonna kill for this shit. So he was just week. I guess weak minded or whatever they're calling it. And like, I don't know. I I was hoping I was expecting a little bit more fucking story in my perfect Sinophile terms expecting more fucking as but it was I said, it was very of mice and men. Yes. In that scene. Like extremely what else? How did you enjoy shield the spider? Oh my God. So I know y'all thinking Rachel and her spider situations. I survived. Chamber of secrets, wait. No. It's not Jennifer secrets. Yeah. That's yeah. There's so much going on that movie. Holy shit. I survived that the air God moments. Now that move that scene was a lot for me. Okay. And I know that she lobbed like actually like stings a bitch and like wrote attacks, and I know that technically the spiders, and Harry Potter don't actually attack anyone, but it was the sheer amount of spider the show on just Ron does gig grab through the window of the car the way that they ran there wasn't a lot of Roy's. Yes. The noise. And also when you're looking at Ron, and then you see them blurry. It's out of focus dropping, and they're huge. And then when they run there in the car and the way that they run and there's so much faster than like, a say a Chevy, Toyota and. It's just too. Vaughan. She loved which I think is are they trying to make it like, she's from Australia. She law come on. Like, there's Australian spiders that are beefy. She's be named or sheila's angelie. Sure. She was kind of a vibe a mocking ally. Like there's something to. But it was I couldn't watch the whole thing. I had to close my eyes for a lot of it. There was a lot of noises though, that were almost worse than not the visuals. What would you say? Last question is your favorite like race of creature in the universe? It's. Yeah. Marvis or aunts. Also, I meant to say that Mary is also high on my list of favorite characters. I was fully expecting either mayor Pippen to die. And I think it's a disservice that neither of them died. And that they you know, what I mean like that was the friend in George of this and one of them should have been toast. Also hated Pippen for a while for a very long time because he kept he was like Dhabi like fucking everything tone. We thought then he saves the day Dhabi Mary and a win should've been together. At the end, Mary if they have to force all of this fucking hetero normativity like just at the very end there were like, also straight. He's got a get together brother, Harry, and it was just out of nowhere. I know this is very old content. Okay. I get it. However, I would've loved Mary in when they had chemistry. She. She. Amir one fucking second. And was like. Here far. That's what I'm calling. Also, his dad fuck him and his wig. That's all about it was really pulling on the worst I've ever seen. Also worst father Kim. Oh, yeah. So maybe now we should play like over the rings. Hey, we actually I would be down to do that. They have. But yeah, I don't care. I love those games. Do they have a hobby to do? I know it's like, I don't wanna watch the hobbit movies because I know they're bad. But I almost want to watch them just for how bad CGI legalises. It's like this siegi renounce may of this. That's another like eight nine hours of my life, not doing extended hob there. So long longer. They I think in the tiniest book. I know I think they're all still like two to three hours a piece got how did I do that movie theater?.

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