Commie Pinko Fag

Jun 29

nymphos & psychos…

nymphos & psychos…

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No Such Thing As Homosexuality Or HeterosexualityDr. Lawrence Lamb, MD  |  July 12, 1973The Ledger  |  Lakeland, Florida
Before there was Queer Theory, there was… Dr. Lamb…

“Dr. Lamb is a board-certified internist and cardiologist and an established writer on medical subjects.”

An interesting insight into the thoughts of the early seventies on the origins of homosexuality, as offered by Dr. Lamb in his ‘Dear Abby’-esque column.
This was written the year prior to official removal of homosexuality as a mental disorder from the DSM [Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders]. Cardiologist, Lamb begins:

“There is no such thing as a homosexual, a heterosexual or a unisexual… [ paraphrase: there are only hetero- homo- uni-sexual acts ] …Labels can do great harm and often are completely wrong.

Great… boo, labels… though the language reeks of the ‘love the sinner, not the sin’ variety.
The remaining twelve paragraphs outline the gamut of theories — from emotional immaturity, ‘it’s a phase’, ‘it’s a normal part of growing up’, a hormonal imbalance, social isolation and lack of ‘heterosexual opportunities, as in prison’ — and mentions Kinsey, to state in a manner ‘you’re not alone’.
Two tidbits of interest, while the theories of homo-determination are antiquated, Lamb advises:

…any parent who becomes concerned about whether the child is a homosexual or not should see a psychiatrist, not because the child has a problem but because the parents concerned often do.

Secondly, this article exemplifies the dominance of thought, literature and theory, that is devoted to causation of homosexuality over that of heterosexuality or ‘unisexuality.’
The human impetus to define and label what can be seen as aberrant, the Other, or counter-norm, in order — for those labeling — to find comfort and safety, is an intriguing one.

No Such Thing As Homosexuality Or Heterosexuality
Dr. Lawrence Lamb, MD  |  July 12, 1973
The Ledger  |  Lakeland, Florida

Before there was Queer Theory, there was… Dr. Lamb…

“Dr. Lamb is a board-certified internist and cardiologist and an established writer on medical subjects.”

An interesting insight into the thoughts of the early seventies on the origins of homosexuality, as offered by Dr. Lamb in his ‘Dear Abby’-esque column.

This was written the year prior to official removal of homosexuality as a mental disorder from the DSM [Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders]. Cardiologist, Lamb begins:

There is no such thing as a homosexual, a heterosexual or a unisexual… [ paraphrase: there are only hetero- homo- uni-sexual acts ] …Labels can do great harm and often are completely wrong.

Great… boo, labels… though the language reeks of the ‘love the sinner, not the sin’ variety.

The remaining twelve paragraphs outline the gamut of theories — from emotional immaturity, ‘it’s a phase’, ‘it’s a normal part of growing up’, a hormonal imbalance, social isolation and lack of ‘heterosexual opportunities, as in prison’ — and mentions Kinsey, to state in a manner ‘you’re not alone’.

Two tidbits of interest, while the theories of homo-determination are antiquated, Lamb advises:

…any parent who becomes concerned about whether the child is a homosexual or not should see a psychiatrist, not because the child has a problem but because the parents concerned often do.

Secondly, this article exemplifies the dominance of thought, literature and theory, that is devoted to causation of homosexuality over that of heterosexuality or ‘unisexuality.’

The human impetus to define and label what can be seen as aberrant, the Other, or counter-norm, in order — for those labeling — to find comfort and safety, is an intriguing one.

Jun 28

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Jun 25

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Jun 15

richardrhyme:

The Toronto Sisters - The Abbey of the Divine Wood
Photo ©Richard Rhyme
https://www.facebook.com/TorontoSisters
http://www.torontosisters.org
https://twitter.com/torontosisters


A leading-edge order of queer nuns who have devoted ourselves to community service, ministry and outreach to those on the edges, and to promoting human rights, respect for diversity and spiritual enlightenment. We believe all people have a right to express their unique joy and beauty and we use humor and irreverent wit to expose the forces of bigotry, complacency and guilt that chain the human spirit.

richardrhyme:

The Toronto Sisters - The Abbey of the Divine Wood

Photo ©Richard Rhyme

https://www.facebook.com/TorontoSisters

http://www.torontosisters.org

https://twitter.com/torontosisters

A leading-edge order of queer nuns who have devoted ourselves to community service, ministry and outreach to those on the edges, and to promoting human rights, respect for diversity and spiritual enlightenment. We believe all people have a right to express their unique joy and beauty and we use humor and irreverent wit to expose the forces of bigotry, complacency and guilt that chain the human spirit.

Jun 11

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canadianlesbianandgayarchives:

From the archives: “Listen Up Bigots…” Queer Nation poster from the 1990s.
Canadian Lesbian + Gay Archives

canadianlesbianandgayarchives:

From the archives: “Listen Up Bigots…” Queer Nation poster from the 1990s.

Canadian Lesbian + Gay Archives

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Jun 05

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May 31


Duane Michals, Salute, Walt Whitman, 1996”If anything is sacred, the human body is sacred.” — Walt Whitman 

Duane Michals, Salute, Walt Whitman, 1996

”If anything is sacred, the human body is sacred.”
Walt Whitman 

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