Out of the Closet?
Getting out of the closet requires courage… every time again
Not rarely, people, with or without a relationship, have trouble finding out their “other than usual sexuality.” And to me, that seems only logical in a society that is so closed-minded to its own sexuality that everything different is immediately being condemned.
I help people find their own level of opening up. Continue reading 11/10 – a closet is no place to live!
If you attend the bigger parties, you’re soon to notice: Not every woman is female. Not every man has XY-genes. That makes it a bit unclear if your looking at homosexuality when you see a man kissing a man… and vice versa.
It’s clear: those parties are often places where the “gender versatile people” go… Gender fluidity is something you can encounter and that might be a bit puzzling for people at first.
So here’s a TED-talk to help you to think about these things and form your own opinion.
Norman Spack talks about his work. Norman is a physician who helped hundreds of transgender teens to become who they want to be (a TED-talk) . Continue reading Norman Spack on TED.com about Gender fluïdity