does not mean equality in the literal sense.
more for women to have the freedom, to be themselves.
the freedom, to work and play and live in peace.
means, a movement to get from under the thumb of millennia of social mores and things have always been this way, so suck it up.
means to actually live to the basic ideal of live and let live.
means the fear of things changing.
the ability to not see the other side in an open hearted manner.
causing one to become close minded and intolerant
If you're just learning about sexuality, gender, and all these other things, they can be a little hard to remember. This acronym not only serves as a symbol of our movement for rights, but even as a memory tool for those who need a little help.
L – Lesbian. Lesbian is a term used to refer to homosexual females.
G – Gay. Gay is a term used to refer to homosexuality, a homosexual person, or a homosexual male.
B – Bisexual. Bisexual is when a person is attracted to two sexes/genders.
T – Trans. Trans is an umbrella term for transgender and transsexual people.
Q – Queer/Questioning. Queer is an umbrella term for all of those who are not heterosexual and/or cisgender. Questioning is when a person isn't 100% sure of their sexual orientation and/or gender, and are trying to find their true identity.
I – Intersex. Intersex is when a person has an indeterminate mix of primary and secondary sex characteristics.
A – Asexuality. Asexuality is when a person experiences no (or little, if referring to demisexuality or grey-asexuality) sexual attraction to people.
+ – The “+” symbol simply stands for all of the other sexualities, sexes, and genders that aren't included in these few letters.
basically means that we finally admit to ourselves that we humans come in all shapes and sizes and that we cannot really slot or categorise people into our narrow worldview and then judge them for not meeting our crazy expectations.