Christianity: the Propagation of Misogyny and Heterosexism in American Society
In modern day American society there are many myths, such as women being less than men and heterosexuality being the only normal way to approach relationships. Yes, even the phrase normative refers to the typical white American citizen who lives contentedly in their gender role. Where do these social myths come from? To truly understand the roots of sexism and homophobia today one must look at the most practiced religion in the world: Christianity. The myth of the bible in modern-day American society is used as a tool for spreading conservative Christian dogma to propagate misogynist and heterosexist practices in public life and politics.
I’m going to be setting up a store envy for those patches (as well as older stuff I’ve made) within this week. Thanks for all of the interest and support given to me!
I might do a give away after I do these textile prints, stay tuned.
So I’m coming up on my last year at the Junior College. I should be graduating with an Associates of Art and a Printmaking Certificate. Afterwards I plan on transferring to the good ‘ol SSU and getting my BFA in Printmaking, but that makes me wonder about minors… So many good minors to choose from!!
Thanks for reading it, I really don’t care how the professor feels about my paper. I’ve made subtle hints and comments the entire semester about the material being wrong and outdated. A friend of mine took the class last semester and felt very triggered and offended by the wrong information. They went to the dean who said the only thing the students could do was suggest new material for the teachers and other learning opportunities With so little people who actually care about the subject and have taken the class there’s not much I personally can do besides write this in assignment form so the teacher is forced to look at it.
What You Didn’t Learn in Counseling 20 - Gender Outside of Male and Female
I decided to take Counseling 20: Sex and Gender because of my preexisting interest in the fields of sexuality and gender. Before taking this class I had already written a few research papers on the topic of gender for other classes. Also, on my spare time I often keep up with the Internet musings of others on the current subjects of gender, sexuality, and rights pertaining to those subjects. However, I was extremely disconcerted to find that the class did not teach about gender identities outside of male and female. In Counseling 20 the only two gender identities taught were boy and girl, including cisgendered and transgendered persons, but there are many other gender identities and possibilities that are non-binary.