SCAMMER ALERT
Block these numbers in your Whatsapp:
  • +1 971 203 2211
  • +1 971 203 2217
  • +1 724 862 1553
  • +1 808 824 3756

This person pretends to be a website owner using stolen photo.
He is actually a criminal who will try to steal your TS-Dating account and your credit card data

elige el idioma
International World Sex Guide
If you have problems with Secure Login, then try:
Non-Secure Login
Shemale Escort Nicolly in paris
Shemale Maya
THAYNNATOPP fitness shemale
Shemale Latina XXL
1
4.95
TS Tifany
2
4.94
TS Sexgodess
3
4.94
tzeniTr
4
4.93
LatinaErotic
5
4.93
belladenise
1
4.92
ninjarieder
2
4.92
ntsouki
3
4.91
rahulgs1984
4
4.91
Hejo59
5
4.91
alfthegreek
FORO
 
Topic: iishika sing in New
Delhi, India - post your
comments

By: Ned01
Topic: VIP escorts in Delhi
By: zyamy18
Topic: Kolkata Independent
Dating Girls

By: ishikatrajpu
Topic: Kolkata Independent
Dating Girls

By: ishikatrajpu
Topic: Be who you are
By: Suzzaine69
Fiestas
 
 FIESTAS DE TRAVESTIS
License Error. [Help]

There are no events to display for this time period.
We are compliant with the 'Restricted to Adults' filtering system to prevent minors accessing our website:
rta logo

Total de Socios:61478 | Escorts:7207 | Anuncios Personales: 49065
Foro Bares Transex Fiestas Artículos de Trans Noticiero Travestis Links Galería de fotos

Transgender Girl on the Cover of National Geographic

Category: Top News
Date: 01:54:56 PM 17/Dec/2016 | Added By: ADMIN


We published an issue focused on gender at a time when beliefs about gender are rapidly shifting.


These comments are a small part of the profound discussion going on right now about gender. Our January issue focuses mostly on young people and how gender roles play out around the world. For one of our stories, which we also turned into a series of videos, we went to eight countries and shot portraits of 80 nine-year-olds, who talked to us in brave and honest ways about how gender influenced their lives.

One of them was Avery. She has lived as an openly transgender girl since age 5, and she captured the complexity of the conversation around gender. Today, we're not only talking about gender roles for boys and girls—we're talking about our evolving understanding of people on the gender spectrum.

The portraits of all the children are beautiful. We especially loved the portrait of Avery—strong and proud. We thought that, in a glance, she summed up the concept of "Gender Revolution."

Like her, all of us carry labels applied by others. The complimentary ones—“generous,” “funny,” “smart”—are worn with pride. The harsh ones can be lifelong burdens, indictments we try desperately to outrun.

The most enduring label, and arguably the most influential, is the first one most of us got: “It’s a boy!” or “It’s a girl!” Though Sigmund Freud used the word “anatomy” in his famous axiom, in essence he meant that gender is destiny.

View Images

Nine-year-old Muslim girl Nasreen Sheikh in the impoverished, overcrowded slum where she lives in Mumbai, India. Nasreen wants to be a doctor when she grows up. She says that if she was a boy she would go and earn money so that she could “get stuff for her family.”


Today that and other beliefs about gender are shifting rapidly and radically. That’s why we’re exploring the subject this month, looking at it through the lens of science, social systems, and civilizations throughout history.

In a story from our issue, Robin Marantz Henig writes that we are surrounded by “evolving notions about what it means to be a woman or a man and the meanings of transgender, cisgender, gender nonconforming, genderqueer, agender, or any of the more than 50 terms Facebook offers users for their profiles. At the same time, scientists are uncovering new complexities in the biological understanding of sex. Many of us learned in high school biology that sex chromosomes determine a baby’s sex, full stop: XX means it’s a girl; XY means it’s a boy. But on occasion, XX and XY don’t tell the whole story.”

In another story, looking for a future-facing perspective on gender, we talked to kids. The same piece that features Avery showcases young people from the Americas to the Middle East, from Africa to China. These keen and articulate observers bravely reflected our world back at us.

Nasreen Sheikh lives with her parents and two siblings in a Mumbai slum. She’d like to become a doctor, but already she believes that being female is holding her back. “If I were a boy,” she says, “I would have the chance to make money … and to wear good clothes.”

I expect Nasreen will learn that gender alone doesn’t preclude a good life (or, for that matter, ensure it). But let’s be clear: In many places girls are uniquely at risk. At risk of being pulled out of school or doused with acid if they dare to attend. At risk of genital mutilation, child marriage, sexual assault. Yes, youngsters worldwide, irrespective of gender, face challenges that have only grown in the digital age. We hope these stories about gender will spark thoughtful conversations about how far we have come on this topic—and how far we have left to go.

Thank you for reading National Geographic



Source: http://www.nationalgeographic.com/magazine/2017/01/editors-note-gender/


Advertise | Contact Us | Terms & Conditions | Privacy Policy | Refund Policy | Billing Support | Cancel Subscription
Report Trafficking | Disable Adult Content | Sitemap
TSDMedia OÜ, Address:Narva mnt 5, 10117 Tallinn, Estonia | Reg No: 14381980 | TS-dating.com © 2004 - 2018
ENGLISH
DEUTSCH
BRAZILIAN
IDIOMA ESPANOL
PORTUGESE
FRANCAIS
RUSSIAN
ITALIAN

Loading...

Shemale Sasha Hevyn
Shemale Ariel James
Shemale Escort Allanah Starr
transbunnies
Shemale Cinthia
Escort girls and trans in France
Virtual Reality Transsexual Porn
London Transsexuals
Travestis Sao Paulo