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Interview of my dad being born in 1955 and growing up with racial and gender differences.
This is an interview with my supervisor about working as as a relationship/domestic violence advocate and educator.
Four high school men discuss the effects of males with low self esteem. Also how this topic can connect to the political process.
We are discussing this because it shows how parents today values so much about how boys should be boys and girls should be girls. This matters because it shapes your views how you expects others to be and it shape...
Melanie DeJoode (55) talks to her son Felix DeJoode (19) about how they both experienced Felix’s coming out as transgender.
A brief conversation between two Black non-binary people (one who is also trans-identifying) and their struggles with society, growing up and coming to understand gender identity, expression & sexuality.
A brief yet riveting interview with a close friend discussing his experience living as a transgender man in Albuquerque, New Mexico!! (Ahem, please excuse the occasional meowing and barking in the background.)
In this podcast, we discuss how media bias ties into the roles of men, women, and politics.
The goal for this project is to broaden our perspectives on topics like language, gender, and politics by learning from other people’s life stories. We found that the connecting thread through all of our personal stories that dealt with these...
Our experience and explanation of different sex friends. We believe that it should be alright to have them without being judged about it.
Just a short talk about how times have changed and the inside look at sex segregated careers in America whit ties to some of our own students lives.
Gender affects the political process a lot, especially women, because they are seen as objects to men rather than a human being trying to be smart.
We discuss the Idea of gender being represented in clothing and how that effects society’s norms and expectations.
Samueli seniors discuss clothing colors, jewelry, and toys and there gender roles.
This discussion is one in which we all speak of certain topics that pertain to the certain abilities and inabilities of both men and women.
Dear pals, Lexie and Marina, talk about growing up in the Midwest, resonance with effeminate men, coming out as many things, hospitalization, the anthology “Written on the Body.” The interview may or may not close with a lil song 🙂
In this interview, conducted November 25, 2018 in Dallas Texas, Saira Shetty interviews her grandma Uma Bhandary. Uma recounts what life was like growing up in South India during the mid 20th century. She shares stories about her childhood and...
As a child in Rhode Island, Deborah Rhames never thought she would somehow, someway become a policewoman in Los Angeles. In this interview on November 29th 2017 she talks to Freedom Rhames about her journey to Los Angeles, and the...