Category Archives: heterosexual

LGBTQ+ Representation

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Representation matters. I have written about this before when it was about representation of race in the media, but representation of different sexualities is also very important. I have always noticed the lack of good representation of any sexuality that are not heterosexual, but after watching an episode of “The 100” on CW, this last Thursday, I saw a common trope being used that truly upset the LGBTQ+ community. If you are not caught up to the current episode of season 3 of “The 100″ I suggest you don’t read this because it contains spoilers. Continue reading LGBTQ+ Representation

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The Complexity of Human Sexuality

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This week is Asexual Awareness week, so I wanted to create a post about this sexuality. I’m sure you have already heard of the terms heterosexual, homosexual, bisexual, and transexual but there is another very important sexuality, Asexual. Asexuality is when a person does not experience sexual attraction.

The common stigma of Asexuality is someone who is celibate and choosing not to experience sexual encounters or people who are prudes and/or are disgusted by the idea of sex. Being asexual is not a lifestyle choice, but a sexual orientation Continue reading The Complexity of Human Sexuality