|Homosexual:||sexual attraction to houses and other building like structures.|
|Heterosexual:||an undying lust for Macklemore.|
|Asexual:||attraction to any and all things beginning with the letter A.|
|Pansexual:||a desire for pots, pans, and other kitchen utensils.|
|Polysexual:||sexual attraction to polygons.|
|Bisexual:||Attraction to the 9th century Chinese army officer Bi Shiduo.|
|Demisexual:||Never ending love of demi lovato|
A workshop-in-the-woods for women, focused on DIY filmmaking.
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“A workshop-in-the-woods for women DIY filmmakers. Instead of focusing on rigid roles in production, we approach each day of the week with a different motif, searching for overlap amongst different production positions.
- Space: Location. Setting a scene. Atmosphere.
- Movement: Moving from one scene to the next, moving the camera, etc.
- Image: Composition, imagery, montage, post manipulation, etc.
- Sound: ADR, Foley work, musical score, sound design, etc.
- Time: Editing, crunch time, time management, time-on-task, time to reflect, etc.”
transmisogyny is still misogyny, if you behave in a transmisogynist manner you are a misogynist and you hate women, you are not in a separate, less severe class of misogyny.
Also transmisandry is just as shitty. I’ve seen too many…
Welp. What about transmen who don’t erase their histories as women and still feel very connected to their experiences growing up as women? I don’t think of this as misandry, but certainly there is a gray area wherein transmen can still be objectified and disadvantaged by institutional sexism. Especially those of us with bodies that do not fit into “ideal” masculine types. Or have yet to begin hormone treatment. Or even don’t have the “height.” Please, I’m very new to this stuff and have been very hesitant to even join the online conversation because of this kind of stuff. I don’t know what kind of agency I have to talk about issues anymore and it’s terribly confusing.
Welcome to the LGBT “community,” where the B is made-up and the T doesn’t matter!
Funnily enough I’ve only ever dated bisexual women and think they’re lovely. Also in lieu of current identity things, the flexibility of gender attraction in my partner has really a keystone of our relationship.