Feeding, Eating, Gender, and Sexual Disorders Video Analysis. Please pick ONE of the videos below. Internet Slave Master (2011) – Serial Killer John Edward Robinson
Feeding, Eating, Gender, and Sexual Disorders Video Analysis
Please pick ONE of the videos below.
Internet Slave Master (2011) – Serial Killer John Edward Robinson
Gender Transition: Becoming Julia (LGBTQ+ Documentary) | Real Stories
Transgender Pakistanis: The Open Secret | Real Stories
While watching, take notes so that you can ground your analysis on observed facts (i.e.
Observations that come from the video) and use clinical concepts from the textbook or proposed readings in order to give a behavioral analysis. To get credit for this assignment, you must:
1. Write an academically-based argument that applies concepts from your textbook.
2. Base your psychological analysis on facts that are analyzed through scientific theories and methods.
3. Quote your textbook a minimum of FIVE times using APA citation style. A video analysis without citations of the textbook is not acceptable for grading.
4. In psychology, it is unethical to analyze human behavior by way of personal opinions or experiences. Personal opinions and experiences not acceptable for grading.
In a world where people are constantly told to “stay in their lane,” it takes an immense amount of courage to break out and be who you truly are. In the new LGBTQ+ documentary, Gender Transition: Becoming Julia, we follow the journey of one person who did just that. Julia is a transgender woman who is bravely sharing her story with the world, in the hopes of helping others who might be going through a similar experience. This documentary is a must-watch for anyone who wants to learn more about the transgender community and what it means to transition genders. Julia’s story is one of strength and resilience, and it is sure to inspire viewers of all ages.
Gender transition can be a difficult and confusing time for anyone, but Julia’s story highlights the importance of staying true to yourself. We hope that this documentary will help to educate and inform people about the transgender community, and we are so grateful to Julia for sharing her story with us. Thank you for being brave, Julia! Thank you for inspiring us all.
If you or someone you know is considering gender transition, please know that there are resources available to help. The Trevor Project provides crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to LGBTQ+ youth, and they can be reached 24/seven at (866)488-7328. You can also visit their website, thetrevorproject.org, for more information. Gender transition is a brave and courageous journey, and we hope that this documentary will help others to understand and support those who are going through it. Thank you for watching!
The Real Stories Team”
We hope that this documentary will help to educate and inform people about the transgender community, and we are so grateful to Julia for sharing her story with us. Thank you for being brave, Julia!
Pakistan is a country with many secrets. One of those secrets is the transgender community in Pakistan. This community is often marginalized and underserved, left to fend for themselves on the fringes of society. In this blog post, we will hear from transgender Pakistanis about their experiences and what it’s like to be part of this hidden community.
“I am a transgender woman and I have been living in Pakistan for over 20 years. I have never felt accepted by society here. I always felt like I had to hide who I was, or else face discrimination and violence. It’s hard enough being a woman in Pakistan, but being a transgender woman is even harder. We are often seen as less than human, and treated accordingly.”
“I was born male, but I knew from a very young age that I was different. I didn’t feel like a boy, and I didn’t want to be one either. When I was old enough to understand, I realized that I was transgender. But in Pakistan, this isn’t something that is talked about or understood. So I had to keep it a secret.”
“I have always been attracted to men, but I could never act on it. In Pakistan, being gay is punishable by death, so I had to suppress my feelings. It was hard living a lie, but I didn’t see any other option. I couldn’t be who I was and stay alive.”
“Transgender people in Pakistan are often forced into prostitution or beg for money on the streets. We are looked down upon by society and seen as nothing more than sex workers and beggars. This is not how we want to live our lives, but we have no choice. We have nowhere else to go and no one to help us.”
“There needs to be more understanding and acceptance of transgender people in Pakistan. We are just like everyone else, we just happen to be born different. We should be able to live our lives without fear or discrimination. Hopefully, one day, things will change and we will be accepted by society.”
If you enjoyed this blog post, please share it with your friends! And if you have any stories about being transgender in Pakistan (or anywhere else), feel free to share them in the comments below. Thank you for reading and sharing! Transgender Pakistanis: The Open Secret | Real Stories from the Underserved.
By: Aamina Khan