Psychology Instructor Celeste D. Favela hosted her Sexual Education fair for the Summer semester.
The fair was held at Valle Verde campus.
The fair featured several different poster boards of sexually related topics. Topics ranged from BDSM to Zoophilia and much more explicit content.
My girlfriend, Ashley Shields, featured her own work in the fair.
Her poster featured information about Androgyny, and I found it very interesting.
An Androgynous is a person who is gender neutral.
They are partly male and female, or an indeterminate sex.
They are people who do not follow traditional gender roles in today’s society.
There are even possibilities that it is hard to tell their sex by their facial features or by the clothing they wear.
Not to be confused with Transgendered people, who may think that they were born in the wrong biological body.
Contrary to belief, not all Androgynous or even Transgendered people are homosexual. A person who is Androgynous may be heterosexual, homosexual, bisexual or asexual.
I believe Shields found Androgyny interesting because she could identify easily with it.
Shields, like many of those who identify as Androgynous, embraces her masculine or feminine traits.
Although she is a woman, she has been dressing in traditional male clothing since she was 12-years-old.
“I have always been attracted to male things,” said Shields when asked why she chooses to wear more masculine clothing.
Beyond the Androgyny, I found several other posters interesting, such as information about women who squirt and sodomy.