SXSW 2010: Totally Gay for the Web



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8 thoughts on “SXSW 2010: Totally Gay for the Web

  1. milascave

    Sexuality is not a private matter so long as laws atempt to regulate it.
    Anyhow, she’s right. HEterosexuals have a lot to leanr from the LGBT community about “coming out” about the ways that they do not fit the perceived idea of what’s “normal.”
    My suspicion is that nobody totaly does.

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  2. forwardmover

    Another Neortic Jewish Lesbian who wants to change the world? Poleez!
    If any of your legal rights are violated, contact a lawyer. Otherwise, stop trying to have the NORMAL world adjust to your sexual idendity disorder
    Keep your WHATEVER YOU WANNA CALL IT to yourself. Get over it!

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  3. jhujhiti

    I just *HAD* to read the comments, didn’t I?

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  4. heathrgld

    @forwardmover 3:34 “if we internally accept ourselves.” This is an excerpt of a talk about coming out as a model for the social web for all, not about gayness specifically.

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  5. heathrgld

    @forwardmover I in fact said in my talk that the core shift happens within.
    The option of being publicly open about regular elements that may be judged by others is now something happening more often because of social media. This applies to just about anyone, regardless of sexuality. I’m interested in a world in which we can be ourselves together.

    @hellokti someone will always be “offended” at almost anything. This is a way to live that’s not based on the impossibility of avoiding that.

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  6. heathrgld

    @forwardmover I in fact said in my talk that the core shift happens within.
    The option of being publicly open about regular elements that may be judged by others is now something happening more often because of social media. This applies to just about anyone, regardless of sexuality. I’m interested in a world in which we can be ourselves together.

    @hellokti someone will always be “offended” at almost anything. This is a way to live that’s not based on the impossibility of avoiding that.

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  7. forwardmover

    Is it just me, or is there a segment of culture that seasonally needs something “new” or “cool?”. last thing I heard, sexuality was a private thing. Unless you are trying to promote the gay agenda. The #1 problem is that this neurotic stereotype comes from a culture that relies much on shame to improve it self, while, frankly, being gay is still an aberration. I say her healing has to be an inside job

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  8. helloktl

    “coming out” is often also a privilege that not everyone can afford though – so some people will respond as if they are being “offended” whether it’s about someone asserting their sexual orientation, gender, class, race, etc.

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