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University students document anti-gay forms of therapy including Jason’s story in this article from 2013
Is LGBTTQQIAAP enough letters to include all sexual minorities and allies? NO! We need more! Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, transsexual, queer, questioning, intersex, asexual, ally, and pansexual people are acknowledged by educated progressives while there are still a lot of people that don’t feel included in these communities. Some also prefer LGBTQQTY or even LGBTQQIP2SAA. […]
Who needs to be politically correct when you can be delish? It’s about time, America It’s time for Hetero Cakes™ Follow Hetero Cakes™ on Facebook!
PART I I’ve been asked by some important people to explain my plan to take my multimedia work and activism to the next level. It should convince influential businesswomen and businessmen that I’m serious about what I do, and that I’m worth their time. I have noticed something about non-important people that might be worth […]
Read this and you’ll inherit eternal bliss.
View this post on Instagram How to reach rural American men when it comes to mental health care Find me on YouTube or my website: https://fakezappa.com/2019/07/22/men/ #menandmentalhealth #mentalhealth #mentalhealthawareness #mentalillness #violentcrime #gunviolence #mentalhealthactivism #ruralamerica #fakezappa #YouTube #menshealth #men A post shared by The Real Fake Zappa (@fakezappa) on Jul 22, 2019 at 12:49pm PDT […]
Boy Erased vs. My Story Is the book and film “Boy Erased” a realistic picture of what most conversion therapy survivors go through? Is Boy Erased anything at all like what I experienced in my five years in the “ex-gay” movement? Why does it upset me when I hear a lot of conversion therapy stories? […]
In these videos, I blab mostly about my own life as being openly disabled, and how similar and different my story is compared to real and fictional characters I try to focus on character portrayals that are realistic, while I compare these ideas with the unrealistic and I also talk a lot about the LGBTQ […]
Are shows like The Big Bang Theory and Young Sheldon fair in their portrayal of the mentally ill?
Exposing the myth of “go get help”, and if that’s a reasonable thing to ask someone in crisis, especially with the ever-cheapening mental health industry we have in recent years