Our new kiosk system is here! YAY! http://ow.ly/pSskF
My favorite way to represent gender identity. Basically, any person can exist anywhere on this diamond. Masculinity and femininity exist in degrees, and you can have equal degrees of both, or more of some than another, or none at all, etc. You can also move around on the diamond, because gender can be fluid.
I haven’t seen this representation before - what do y’all think? Is it a good way to represent / explain gender? (as much as it can be explained)
Language and education is important.
EVERYONE gets niqab and burka the wrong way round in the West. And when it’s large media organisations, it’s really inexcusable.
I didn’t know the names for al-amira or shayla before. Cool.
I see a lot of people refer to the niqab or even the chador as burkas. This often results in me throwing things at TVs.
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I was feeling dreadfully confused and annoyed earlier and relatively triggered. So I wrote this on my bus ride home.
Feeling triggered? Here are some tips to help cope.
#thisisnewyorkcity: Addeo & Sons Bakery in the Arthur Avenue neighborhood of #TheBronx http://bit.ly/19h1LcS
Happy Birthday #JSex! #NYU