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“Gender expression” refers to the ways in which we each manifest masculinity or femininity. Each of us expresses a particular gender every day – by the way we style our hair, select our clothing, or even the way we stand. Our appearance, speech, behavior, movement, and other factors signal that we feel – and wish to be understood – as masculine or feminine, or as a man or a woman.
For some of us, our gender expression may not match our biological sex. We may or may not fit another's expectations of masculinity or femininity because of the way we look, act, or dress. Our guest knows firsthand the struggle of not feeling her assigned sex. Author Tracy James Jones, though born male, has been referred to as “she” throughout her life. She never fully embraced the male gender as her own because she always felt or related more to being viewed as female. At the age of fifteen, she made a tearful confession to God on the altar at her church—she finally embraced her true self because she believed that God loved her, too.
In 2015, do gender roles still exist?
Are there times when a man or woman should "know their place?"
Are men the only ones who should propose marriage? Is it socially acceptable for a woman to propose? What do you think if you see a woman on her knees proposing to her man?
Tune in tonight to see if a woman should know her place!
Also, CEE'S BACK!!! CALCULUS IS OVER - just in time for gender wars with Logic! Should be fun!!
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Self-discovery is one of the basic keys to being successful in life. If we can not clearly define our own identiy, then the world will be deprived of the gift that we are. When we do not establish our identity within the sphere of our own influence, others will tell us who we are. We then try to become what others expect of us and thereby are doomed to failure because we cannot be what and who we are not. Therefore the first key to success in life, in any area of life, is to establish one's own identity. In this broadcast, we will define IDENTITY in general to lead you into defining your own PERSONAL IDENTITY as God intended. With the establishment of Identity, success is emminent and failure is impossible.
SEX, GENDER AND SPIRITUALITY!
WHAT IS GENDER?
WHAT IS SEX?
WHAT IS GAY?
WHAT IS LESBIAN?
WHAT IS SEXUALITY?
DO ANGELS HAVE SEX?
DO ANGELS HAVE GENDER?
DID GOD CREATE SEX?
EVERY LOVES TO DO IT, BUT NO ONE WANTS TO TALK ABOUT IT!
The term LGBTQ stands for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Queer. But those sexual and gender identities are only a few of the unlimited types that exist. As we understand more about gender and sexuality, new identities are added to this list all the time!
BUT GOD MADE MALE AND FEMALE.......right?
Tune in to find out!
Beings of spiritual substance are gender-transcendent or otherwise non-gendered; the experience of a demon as having gender and directional sexual tendencies would be the result of the purposes of the demon in tempting, deceiving, or otherwise harming human targets
Lately I find myself having a lot of discussions that seem to revolve around these topics. I decided I wanted to bring the discussion here. Sex and Gender are very defining in life, and society. We have assigned many skills, habits or personality traits according to sex or gender. How have we always defined these words? How do we define them today? Do the terms Male and Female really define us as they used to? Is it actually correct to say someone is either Male or Female from birth and that is just that? Can Sex change? Can gender? Must a person be Male or Female always? What else is there? How do we feel when someone decides to change Sex or Gender? Does it even matter? How does this effect you or I? Are there social issues surrounding these topics? Call in to find out.
Join hosts Alice Lynch and Sumayya Coleman and Research Commentator Shasme Jackson as they talk to Rose Pulliam and B. Cole about the dynamics of intimate partner violence in lesbian, gay, bi-sexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) communities. The show will give voice to survivors who face societal and systemic barriers based on gender identity and sexual orientation by highlighting and examining ways in which institutions and systems that are supposed to provide solace and meet the needs of all help-seekers, actually make it difficult for LGBTQ survivors to access services. Guests will also describe the unique challenges of communities of color, and provide possible solutions and actions toward alleviating these issues.