Famous Television Presenter Phillip Schofield: I’m Gay

Phillip Schofield, one of the UK’s top ITV screens, announced today that he is gay. “I’m gay. There has been a lot of heartbreaking talk in this house,” said Schofield, who has been married for 27 years and has  daughters named Molly and Ruby.

Phillip Schofield, one of the UK’s best-known presenter, announced that he was gay. Schofield, who made the statement on Instagram, did so after thanking his wife Steph and daughters Molly and Ruby for 27 years.

Schofield, 57, said his family was very supportive and said, “Steph was great, I love him. My daughters were great too, they supported me. ”

Schofield said, “Being gay for a reason is something to celebrate and be proud of. Honestly, I hope to find peace in my head and keep going.” “This decision is very important for me and my mental health,” said Schofield, who introduced the morning program “This Morning”. I explain it to people to relax. ”

Schofield said that many dark moments in his family life had been experienced several times at home and that there were dialogues and discussions that caused a lot of suffering.

The Gay Referee’s Compensation Decision Has Been Overturned

Gay, Former referee Halil İbrahim Dinçdağ had received 23,000 assignments from the Turkish Football Association, claiming they worked by gender. When the Supreme Court annulled the compensation decision, the process was repeated. The court decided to dismiss the case after the Supreme Court decided to annul it.

Former football referee Halil ibrahim Dinçdağ, a gender identity, refused to say this because the Turkish Football Association (TFF) had been processed in 2010. On December 29, 2015, the Istanbul Civil Court decided to accept partially the case and ordered the TFF to pay compensation of 23,000 lira, 3,000 lira financially and 20,000 lira spiritually.

YARGITAY SAYS HE DOES NOT PAY REQUIREMENTS

After the case was tried, the FFT lawyers and Halil İbrahim Dinçdağ filed an application with the Supreme Court of Appeals. The Supreme Court accepted the requests of the parties, ruling that the person injured by the violation of their right to privacy could request compensation and that realistic conditions should be created to request such compensation and held that the conditions the species did not occur. With the dismissal request, the case was filed in favor of TFF.

THE ASLIYE COURT OF LAW MEETS WITH THE COURT

After the decision of the Supreme Court to overthrow Halil, İbrahim Dinçdağ, who served as arbitrator for 14 years, returned to the TFF. During the hearing before the Civil Court in Istanbul, Dinçdağ’s lawyer, Fırat, said his client had violated his personal rights and asked the court to oppose the previous decision. The TFF lawyer said he demanded respect from the Supreme Court of Appeals. The court, which decided to follow the order of annulment of the Supreme Court, decided to close the case.

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First Same-Sex Marriage Takes Place in Ireland

Sharni Edwards, from Brighton and Robyn Peoples, from Belfast, will be the first same-sex, lesbian couple in Northern Ireland to get married next week.

A senior care worker and waiter will make history next week when they become the first same-sex couple to be married in Northern Ireland.

Robyn Peoples from Belfast and Sharni Edwards, who is originally from Brighton, will tie the knot on Tuesday.

The wedding will take place in Carrickfergus, one day after same-sex marriages become legal in Northern Ireland for the first time.

Next week is the first week that same-sex couples in Northern Ireland can legally get married.

Robyn, 26, and Sharni, 27, met five years ago at a gay bar in Belfast.

France Removes Transgender From Psychological Disease List

French health minister Roseline Bachelot, who said transgender people will be excluded from the “mental illness” list in May, signed a decree last week. Immediately afterwards, Iran made it clear that it could make the same decision. Everyone is watching the Chevrilmishken World Health Organization, the President of the Idaho Association spoke to Joel Bedos and transgender people in Turkey.

Isn’t this a situation where a person feels the opposite sex, how the opposite sex wants to be and has not yet been accepted by society? Stop saying, “I accept the gender identity of transgender people.” We remember them with shame for our moral understanding. We succumb to our transphobia and close all doors in front of their faces. We endure sex work and consider it “shameful”. We are not talking about their victims of honor killings. Who knows how many transgender people are infected with their blood and body?

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What is Biphobia?

A sense of helplessness lies behind fear and hate. If a person is afraid of something, he is not able to do it.

And when what he fears happens to him, after a while fear will be replaced by cold hatred. A feeling of hate is a feeling of regret caused by our inability to protect ourselves from our own helplessness. Fear and hate arise in situations, people and events for which we are incapable and cannot find a solution. A person who feels strong enough and able to solve all problems does not need to be afraid and hate at the end of his defeat. Fear and hate are, in fact, the emotions of weak people.

Smart people like to talk about their defeat and their past pain. Because these people really show how they learned from life …

Yes, we are afraid as a society! We all have fears that we cannot overcome, and terrible and cruel fears. There are fears that surround us everywhere: from the cradle to the grave, from home to work, from the street to the park. These fears are created consciously or unconsciously. The fear of people in the society in which we live is, in particular, one of the most trained feelings. “Fear of a stranger,” “Fear of the beast,” “Fear of the doctor.” Although the most insignificant fear is to be afraid of a person. Loving or loving someone is the most important key to solving the fear and the many prejudices that it entails.

But in this country, people never know how to overcome their fears. However, since childhood this is taught alone and only to increase fear and fear. However, they never learn to get rid of fears and face them …

In this way, weak and repetitive people are created.

After all, people who live with ghost stories, who are not sure of themselves and who are sure of themselves, are raised in this country.

Impotence and escape from feelings of inadequacy are the basis of all fears. Fear is actually an animal emotion and is caused by the inability of animals to find a solution to certain events. So much so that the animal may not be able to solve the slightest problem, and all the problems and uncertainties that may be the problem are the source of its fear.

Because he may not be able to solve the problem, and the problem can create extinction and destruction for him.

In this sense, biphobia is the behavior of fear, hatred and open, closed or emotional violence against people known to be bisexual in society, without a logical reason. In fact, this is a psychological illness caused by internal contradictions of people and their own deficiencies.

And people with this disease have very simple and fundamentally wrong logical methods: generalization. According to these people, a unique experience with an event, a fact and a person is worth it. If your foot slipped in the same place, it will slip again when you walk in the same place. According to this logic, for example, if the theft of bisexuals has committed a crime, all bisexuals are thieves. And this type of logic is the most basic form of reasoning used by Bifob people.

There is a difference between gender identity and sexual orientation. A homosexual is a man with a gender identity, but in terms of sexual orientation he is homosexual. Therefore, being gay or lesbian is related to the bed, sexual roles and sex of your partner in bed. This masculine principle is like a gay gender identity.

Many of the gays and lesbians I’ve met in my life have been incredibly biphobic. LGBT organizations and staff ensure that training is sufficient even in Turkey. Many LGBT organizations and trainings in Turkey also ignore bisexual people. The main problem in these organizations is often gay and their problems. However, with respect to bisexuals, even those organizations are trying to suspend emoticons and immediately close the problem of bisexuality. A few months ago I received a letter that cursed and insulted because I was only bisexual in the Lambda Istanbul message group. No one in the group with hundreds of members on this topic did anything against this post. They acted as if there was a very ordinary situation. However, if someone sent a letter criticizing homosexual sexual orientation

Short-Term Freedom of Homosexuals in Russia

Afanasy Shaur, a member of the Russian Baltic Fleet, organized an extraordinary gay wedding in Petrograd in January 1921.

Guests included 95 army soldiers, including retired soldiers and a woman in a man’s costume.

There have been no such activities in the city yet.

Shaur went out of his way to organize an extraordinary party because he did not think that many guests would come if he had an ordinary party.

On the other hand, bread and salt, one of Russia’s traditional wedding ceremonies, was not lacking in things like family permits and concerts.

At that time, the gay community in Russia experienced a short period of tolerance.

After the October Revolution, the Bolsheviks rewrote the country’s laws. In the two criminal laws of 1922 and 1926, homosexual relations were not defined as crimes.

But the marriage in Petrograd was not seen that way.

Afanasy Shaur was a member of the secret police and all of the guests were arrested during the wedding.

It turned out that Shaur had organized all the events to make his bosses happy. Shaur argued that these retired soldiers were counterrevolutionaries who wanted to overthrow the young Red Army from within.

But Shaur’s accusations did not hold up. The case was closed and nothing happened to those accused of “counterrevolutionism”.

Homosexual men had founded clandestine communities in Russia long before the revolution, and they knew each other by their “secret fashion options”.

San In St. Petersburg, there were red bows or scarves in which they sewed the back pockets of their pants.

Others preferred to apply blush and mascara on their faces.

After the revolution, more and more people started to imitate this style with the popular “Stummfilmstar” makeup.

While the revolution and the conflicts that followed were difficult for Russia, homosexuals in Europe could not wear fancy clothes and luxury accessories like homosexuals.

The persecution, although legal, continues

The Bolsheviks were indirectly influenced by the German scientist Margnus Hirschfeld, who founded the Institute of Sexology in Berlin. Hirschfeld argued that homosexuality is not a disease, but a natural expression of human sexuality.

Although homosexuality was not a crime in the penal code of the 1920s, the gay community continues to be prosecuted. Gay men were often beaten, threatened or fired.

Others said they lived by writing sincere letters to psychiatrist Vladimir Bekhterev, whom they saw as their last hope. Some of the homosexuals who saved their savings asked for help to get rid of the depression, and others said, “Treat our disease.”

These letters and other documents show how courageous the homosexuals of that time were, and some of them looked like real women when they wore women’s dresses and corsets and stretched their hair.

“Aristocrats” and “people”
Interestingly, gay men continued to divide according to their social strata, even though the revolution eliminated class division. The two gay communities have rarely interacted with each other.

The first of these groups were the “aristocrats”, including nobles, civil servants, high-ranking soldiers and creative intellectuals.

The other community was made up of “people”. Even their names were given by aristocrats. Among them were people like soldiers, sailors and employees who had not been invited to the impressive halls of Saint Petersburg by aristocrats before the revolution.

In the 1920s, the “transvestite theater”, in which everyone in Germany wore clothes of the opposite sex, became popular among Soviet gays. She was particularly fascinated by the star of the Berlin nightclub “El Dorado”, Hansi Sturm.

“Aristocrats” rarely invited handsome “men” into their souls. But men in female clothing were exempt from class divisions.

Their closets were full of beautiful costumes sewn by professional tailors. They hired some of the famous tailors from Petrograd, Leifert.

Before the revolution, Leifert made costumes for the dancers of the Mariinsky theater and was also a supplier to the royal family.

Unhappy end

There was no significant marriage or detention in the 1920s after Afanasy Shaur caught the “counter-revolutionaries” with an extravagant gay marriage.

Although homosexuality is tolerated, the gay community began to lose their freedoms in the 1930s.

 

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What is Transphobia?

Transphobia is the term used to describe severe dissatisfaction or prejudice against transgender people. It also includes aversion to transgender, intersexual androgens, etc.

A transgender believes that the gender assigned to him at birth is not a gender.

For more information, see the article “What is transsexual?

Transphobia can take many different forms.

Attitudes and negative beliefs.

Reluctance and prejudice against transgender people

Irrational fear and misunderstandings

Preferred uncertainty or discount pronoun or gender identity

Offensive language and name

Intimidation, abuse and even violence.

Transphobia can produce subtle and clear forms of discrimination. For example, transgender people (or just transgender people) may be denied work, accommodation, or medical care because they are transgender people.

People can experience transphobic beliefs if they are taught to others, including parents and families, who promote negative beliefs about transgender people and who have strong beliefs about traditional gender roles.

Some people are transphobic because they have no knowledge of incorrect information or their transidentity. You may not know any trans people or problems, or you may personally meet someone who is a trans man or woman.

The stress of transphobia in transsexuals can be very harmful, causing:

depression
anxiety
isolation
Feelings of hopelessness
Suicide
What is the excursion?

Going out is revealing another person’s transidentity or sexual orientation without their permission or permission. Sometimes it’s deliberate and sometimes accidental, but if you exchange information about a person’s gender identity against their will, you run the risk of feeling ashamed, sad, and fragile. You can also expose them to the risk of discrimination and violence.

When someone tells you your transaction identity, remember that it is very personal information and an honor that you can entrust to me. Ask them to always have permission to share with others and to respect their wishes.

Where can I get help if I have a transphobic event?

People who are victims of transphobic harassment often feel alone and are afraid to tell someone what is happening. You should never face transphobia and you should not be alone.

Where can you get help:

Other transgender people

Online communities for transgender people

Local LGBTI communities and associations

Swans allied with trans people

If you’re a student, try to find an adult you can trust, e.g. B. a teacher or a related school administrator.

Not everyone lives in a place with supportive school administration or LGBTI associations. In this case, the internet can help you find online communities and help you fight transphobia and discrimination.

If you are a young victim of school bullying, it is important that you tell someone, even if you are afraid. Adolescents who suffer from transphobia at school sometimes no longer affect their grades, friendships and plans for the future. Some schools may have policies against bullying and bullying. If possible, find a teacher or adult who is allied with LGBTI students and ask for help.

What can I do to stop transphobia?

Nobody has the right to discriminate or injure others emotionally or physically. There are things you can do to stop transphobia:
Don’t use insults against transgender people.

Ask personal questions about the genitals, operations, or sex life of a transgender person.

Avoid compliments that offend trans people. Some examples: “You look like a real girl!” Or “I never could have guessed that she is transsexual!”

Believe or make assumptions about stereotypes about trans people.

Whatever your gender identity is, support the transgender community.

Let transsexuals know that you are a friend and ally in your life.

Train in trans issues.

Respect people’s decisions about when and where to open them.

If you don’t know a person’s favorite pronouns or names, ask them.

Use a gender-independent language.

Respect and use pronouns and names chosen by trans people.

Remember that being transgender is not

What is Bisexuality?

Bisexuality is the possibility of having a sexual interest in people of both sexes and having an emotional or sexual relationship with them. A bisexual person may not be equally interested in both genders, and the level of that interest may change over time.

Self-perception Self-perception] is the key to bisexual identity. Many people engage in sexual activity with people of both sexes, but do not identify as bisexual. Similarly, some other people only have sex or do not have sex, but still identify themselves as bisexual. There is no “behavior test” to determine if a person is bisexual.

Bisexual identity

Some people believe that a person was born heterosexual, gay or bisexual (for example, due to prenatal hormonal effects) and that their identity is intrinsic and immutable. Others believe that sexual orientation is the result of socialization (for example, imitation or rejection of the father and father models) or of a conscious choice (for example, the choice of lesbianism as element of feminist political identity). Others believe that these factors influence each other. The biological, social and cultural factors being different for each person, they are bisexual, gay or lesbian, heterosexual or genderless. asexual] everyone’s sexuality is very personal. The “value” assigned to sexual identity is not based on its [sexual] origin. Many people see bisexuality as a phase that people are going through. In reality, any sexual orientation can be a scenario. People are different, individual sexual feelings and behaviors can change over time. The formation and consolidation of gender identity is an ongoing process. Bisexuality is a phase in which many people realize their homosexuality when we are generally socialized as heterosexual. Many others have identified themselves as bisexual after a fairly long process of identifying gay or lesbian men. A Ron Fox study of over 900 bisexual people found that 1 in 3 people had already been identified as lesbian or gay. A dotted line may still be valid for the entire period. It may be a temporary step in the process of sexual discovery, such as bisexuality, homosexuality and heterosexuality, or it may be a long-term stable identity.

Is bisexuality common?

It is not easy to say how widespread bisexuality is, as only a few studies have been done on the subject. Most studies of sexuality have focused on heterosexuality or homosexuality. Kinsey’s research in the 1940s and 1950s showed that, depending on sexual activity and interests, 15 to 25% of women and 33 to 46% of men can be bisexual. In many ways, bisexuals are hidden in their populations. In our culture, it is often assumed that someone (by default) is heterosexual or (depending on their appearance or behavioral characteristics) homosexual. Since bisexuality does not fall into these standard categories, it is often rejected or ignored. If accepted, it is considered a “heterosexual and partial homosexual” identity and not a single identity. Bisexuality threatens the vision of the world because it raises the question of the validity of strict sexual categories and promotes acceptance of the existence of different sexual domains. Since there is no stereotypical bisexual behavior or behavior, it is generally believed that bisexuals are heterosexual or homosexual. To raise awareness, bisexuals have started to form their own visible community.

Bisexual relationships

Bisexuals, like other people, have a variety of styles of relationships. Contrary to popular belief, a bisexual person does not need to be sexually involved with a man and a woman at the same time. In fact, some people identified as bisexual have never had sex with that sex or another (or both). When it comes to heterosexuals, gays and lesbians, [sexual] attraction doesn’t always have to be treated if it wants to. Like bisexuals and homosexuals, many bisexuals can choose to be sexually active with one partner. You can have long-term monogamous relationships. Other bisexuals may have free marriages that allow same-sex couples, tripartite relationships or multiple same-sex relationships (identical or simultaneous) of the same or different sex.

Am i Lesbian?

Women who love women are called lesbians. We are women who find other women sexually attractive. We are women who feel emotionally and mentally close to women. We are women who prefer women in pairs (or lovers?).

We are not alone as lesbians. One in ten young people is lesbian or gay. Many famous lesbians are in the history scene. Lesbians can be doctors, teachers, lawyers, factory workers, police officers, politicians, ministers, film stars, artists, mothers, nurses, truck drivers, models and writers. Either way we will.

Lesbians can be white, black, Asian, Latin, South American, Jewish, Catholic, Protestant, Buddhist. Lesbians can be rich, poor, workers or middle class. Some lesbians experience heterosexual marriages. Some lesbians are disabled. Lesbians can be young women and older women. Anyway, let’s be.

There are many lesbians in cities and provinces, we are everywhere.

How Can I Understand If I’m Lesbian?

“When I was young, I dreamed of living with my best friend when I was big, and that feeling didn’t change as I got older.” – Tuğba, 21 years old

“When I was very young, we would have fallen in love with other girls, but we hoped to get rid of this process later. In fact, I would never have read books until the end.” – Tulin, 19th

In adolescence, most young women recognize their sexual feelings and begin to be interested in the idea of ​​”dating”.

You may find that you love your classmates. You feel that it differs from your friends and sometimes doesn’t fit at all. You could end up cutting your boys, cutting your girls, you might not be interested in meeting men.

In addition, I can be confused and skeptical as to whether they are lesbians. The vast majority of adults will tell us that before we can call ourselves homosexuals, it is unknown whether we are going through a period or what we are talking about.

You can be confused because you find men and women attractive. This is not a problem. Some women may have relationships with men and women during their lives. Some may choose to be completely lesbian or immediately afterwards. I thought it wasn’t a definition).

Sexuality develops over time. So don’t worry if you are unsure of your gender identity.

I am normal

“We are told that homosexuality is sick, perverse, sinful or abnormal. But those who say so are the same as those who claim that the place of women is cooking and that the disabled are useless. Who has the right to say what it is? normal? can be disgusting and abnormal. “- Tulin, 19th

“It is very brave for us to become aware of the homosexual orientation within us and to achieve the will to change our living conditions accordingly.” Natalie, 23

Yes, you are normal. It is natural for someone to be attracted to peers, but this is not supported by our society. Many people suppress these feelings because of prejudice against gays and lesbians.

Most scientists agree that the basics of sexual orientation were created at a young age and sometimes at birth.

Whether you are gay or straight, you are normal and healthy yourself. It is important that you learn to love yourself.

How do you feel young and lesbian?

“I feel very strong, special, independent and brave” -Natalie, 23 years old.

“Sometimes it’s a scary feeling. There were times when I wasn’t sure, but otherwise I felt good and proud.” – Tulin, 19 years old.

There are no specific rules for being lesbian, there is no truth or evil. Because of the types of stereotypical lesbians that society has imposed on us since childhood, you may think that if they are delicious, they should have certain properties. but
Lesbians are women who can do any type of job or job at any educational level.

Your sexual orientation is only part of your personality, and you probably have the same hobbies and interests as your heterosexual friends.

What is a transsexual, what is not?

Transsexual syndrome is a congenital disease that is treated by university clinics around the world. It is a physical (organic) disease that is reflected in the mother’s fertility. In all mammals, the original sex of the offspring is the female. During the second month of development in the womb, the gender of the baby remains female or male, and the fetus releases the hormones. During this time, the sexual structure of this small body and brain is determined. This explains why men also have nipples that remain the trail of the original female sex.

At this stage of the development of the fetus, something is wrong and the sex of the baby’s body and the brain are not the same, that is, the body remains unchanged as the body transforms. or the body remains unchanged as the brain transforms. Brain research confirms this explanation. Autopsies in transgender people have shown that the gender of the brain is not the same as the gender at birth. (Part of the brain is different in men and women).

It is medically impossible to adapt consciousness to the transgender body. The solution makes the body suitable for the brain / consciousness. This process is known as gender redefinition or gender correction. The procedure lasts for many years (for example, hair removal, speech therapy, hormonal therapy). In addition, you must specify the monetary resource for this transaction. The operation is not the last step of the procedure.

Transsexuality has nothing to do with transvestism. Transvestites are men who like to look like women, even if they like to be men and even feel proud.

Transsexuality is not linked to homosexuality. A gay man is with a gay man and a gay woman is with a gay woman. They are proud of their gender and refuse surgery to remove the genitals unless they have cancer or another disease. Homosexuality refers to a relationship. Transsexuality expresses fear of identity and not sexual orientation. Like the others, the transgender person can commit to a man, a woman, both or neither.

Transsexuality is not a mental illness. Psychiatrists and psychologists have tried for years to treat it as a disease. However, since it is not a mental illness, these days it is not possible to seek treatment from a psychiatrist. In fact, it was discovered that one transgender was more balanced in mental health than the others.

Transsexuals don’t like clothes and looks. The transgender person is particularly dressed and decorated to be considered a natural member of the opposite sex. This is a necessary part of the treatment and the person must play this role as a member of the opposite sex for at least 1 year until the operation is approved.

A transsexual is not a man who wants to be a woman or a woman who wants to be a man. Although the identification card indicates that it belongs to a gender, the person before treatment is not a man or a woman, but a transgender. Because there is an incompatibility between gender in the brain / consciousness and gender on the identification card.

It is not possible to cure the syndrome that is not changing sex. Although the person is considered transgender until the gender reassignment stage, after the procedure, the person is no longer transgender, but only a woman or a man.

It is unpredictable in which family a transgender child can be born. Do not know if your child or grandchildren is transgender. For decades, the majority of those affected have unhappily tried to live in the gender in which they were born, as have everyone else. When interviewed, these people may even refuse to have the opposite sex. Over the years, they begin to understand what is happening and, with much courage, they can try to change everything drastically. Since no one will become transgender over time, you personally know if it is transgender. Otherwise, you would be grateful.

If left untreated, transsexuals can even go crazy because of the fear and depression they can’t stand, since no one can eliminate their current identity throughout their lives. 80% of these people become pregnant before the operation, attempt or commit serious suicide. This rate after surgery falls to the level of suicide rates in the community.

Transsexuality is not an insignificant situation. Often can

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