Sexual Orientation & Gender Identity

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Sexual Orientation & Gender Identity by Mind Map: Sexual Orientation & Gender Identity

1. Janine Mae B. Lim (IS211)

2. FYI

2.1. Sexual Orientation

2.1.1. Homosexual

2.1.2. Heterosexual

2.1.3. Bisexual

2.1.4. Asexual

2.2. Gender Identity

2.2.1. Male

2.2.2. Female

2.2.3. Agender

2.2.4. Bigender

2.2.5. Cisgender

2.2.6. Third Gender

2.2.7. Transgender

2.2.8. Genderqueer

2.2.9. Non-Binary

2.2.10. Pangender

2.2.11. Two-Spirit

2.2.12. etc.

3. Social Media and Internet

3.1. LGBTQ Hashtags

3.1.1. #lgbtq

3.1.2. #lgbt

3.1.3. #queer

3.2. LGBTQ Infuencers

3.2.1. Shane Dawson

3.2.2. Eva Gutowski

3.2.3. Connor Franta

4. Print Media

4.1. LGBTQ Newspapers

4.1.1. The Village Voice‎

4.1.2. Lesbian News

4.1.3. Studies on Women and Gender Abstracts‎

4.2. LGBTQ Magazines

4.2.1. OutSmart Magazine

4.2.2. Black Gay Blog

4.2.3. Rainbow Pages

4.3. LGBTQ Books

4.3.1. Untamed

4.3.2. Queer, There, and Everywhere

5. Broadcast Media

5.1. LGBTQ Radio

5.1.1. Pride Radio

5.1.2. Hits Radio Pride

5.1.3. Gaydio

5.2. LGBTQ Podcasts

5.2.1. Hoodrat to Headwrap

5.2.2. Food 4 Thot

5.2.3. Dead For Filth

5.3. Asexuality in Television

5.3.1. no LGBTQ main characters

5.3.2. needs to be fixed or changed

5.4. New Queer Cinema

5.4.1. underrepresented LGBTQ stories

5.4.2. disregard historical stereotypes

5.5. Queer Music

5.5.1. composed or sang by LGBTQ

5.5.2. about LGBTQ experience

6. Issues Presented in Media

6.1. LGBTQ Discrimination

6.1.1. prejudicial treatment

6.2. LGBTQ Victimization

6.2.1. bias-related verbal, physical, and sexual victimization

6.3. LGBTQ Harassment

6.3.1. sexually harassed online

6.3.2. cyberbullying against LGBTQ

7. Janine Mae B. Lim (IS211)

8. Solutions Related to Media

8.1. Safe Space

8.1.1. online common-identity group

8.2. Implement Activities

8.2.1. intended to counter discrimination

8.2.2. help participants become more aware of and sensitive

8.3. Anti-Discrimination Training

8.3.1. reform and counter discrimination

8.4. Investigate Claims

8.4.1. fact-finding activities

8.4.2. bringing to light patterns of human rights violations

8.5. Gender Neutral

8.5.1. gender-neutral language

8.6. Public Advocacy

8.6.1. video messages

8.6.2. speeches and statements

8.6.3. other various materials

9. Change through Media

9.1. Worldwide

9.1.1. throughout the world

9.2. Affecting Views

9.2.1. role models and inspiration

9.3. Shaping Attitudes

9.3.1. self-realization and coming out

9.4. Encourages Communication

9.4.1. between groups and even across national boundaries

9.5. Increases Representations

9.5.1. LGBTQ people in news, television, and movies

9.6. Exposure

9.6.1. portrayals of lesbian women and gay men

10. LGBTQ Hides/Altering Lives in Media

10.1. Hide Personal Relationships

10.1.1. friend or romantic affiliation

10.2. Change the Way of Chatting

10.2.1. to be more masculine of feminine

10.3. Change the Way of Presenting Oneself

10.3.1. appeal according to historical norm

10.4. Pretend to Be Another Person

10.4.1. act to be anyone other than oneself

10.5. Limited Social Media Presence

10.5.1. closed off