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thechekhov: More and more recently, I’ve begun to get some people coming to me asking for some clarification on LGBTQ stuff. When I was younger, I had to discover many basic identities and labels by myself, through research of various sources, or pieced together from disconnected blog posts.  In the year 2019 you’d think we’d have a kid-friendly website that describes all of this in simple terms but… I’ve yet to find one that isn’t primed for guardians/parents of LGBTQ parnets and prioratizes them instead of the LGBTQ kids themselves….  So I tried to make a quick graphic to organize everything! Keep in mind - this is based on MY experience and the terminology I have grown up using. Everyone’s experiences may differ - and I tried to simplify in some places to make it easier to read. (For example… I didn’t really go into detail on non-binary identities… but I may make a seperate graphic for that someday because that’s its own box of pears.)  If you have feelings about this, feel free to go more in depth in the comments!  : thechekhov: More and more recently, I’ve begun to get some people coming to me asking for some clarification on LGBTQ stuff. When I was younger, I had to discover many basic identities and labels by myself, through research of various sources, or pieced together from disconnected blog posts.  In the year 2019 you’d think we’d have a kid-friendly website that describes all of this in simple terms but… I’ve yet to find one that isn’t primed for guardians/parents of LGBTQ parnets and prioratizes them instead of the LGBTQ kids themselves….  So I tried to make a quick graphic to organize everything! Keep in mind - this is based on MY experience and the terminology I have grown up using. Everyone’s experiences may differ - and I tried to simplify in some places to make it easier to read. (For example… I didn’t really go into detail on non-binary identities… but I may make a seperate graphic for that someday because that’s its own box of pears.)  If you have feelings about this, feel free to go more in depth in the comments! 

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<p><a href="https://wannabeanimator.tumblr.com/post/123038221174/disneys-the-great-mouse-detective-was-first" class="tumblr_blog">wannabeanimator</a>:</p><blockquote> <p>Disney’s <b>The Great Mouse Detective</b> was first released on July 2, 1986.</p> <blockquote><p>It was ultimately Vice President of Walt Disney Feature Animation Peter Schneider who made the decision to change the title of the film from “Basil of Baker Street” to its current title. On February 13, 1986, an inter-office memo was sent out to Disney employees in Schneider’s name announcing the renaming of the studio’s most beloved classics. Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937) would be called “Seven Little Men Help A Girl”, Fantasia (1940) received the title “Color And Music”, The Jungle Book (1967) was getting its title changed to “A Boy, A Bear And A Big Black Cat” and so on in that fashion. Schneider was furious over the memo and attempted to find the author (animator Ed Gombert) so he could fire them. All the other employees found it a harmless joke and kept quiet. A copy of the memo eventually landed in the pages of the LA Times and all the “new” names were incorporated into the “What’s In A Name?” category on Jeopardy! (1984). (<a href="http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0091149/trivia">x</a>)</p></blockquote> </blockquote> <p>This one was one of those classic childhood memories that had some pretty not kid-friendly stuff when you think about it. There was a barfight, a roofie, and a literal strip show in this film 😂</p>: PDISNEO PICTURES TH.E GREAT MOUSE DETECTIVE PRESENTS ALL NEW! ALL FUN! WALT DISNEY PICTURES presents "THE GREAT MOUSE DETECTIVE produced in association with SILVER SCREEN PARTNERS II Music HENRY MANCINI G GENERAL AUDIENCES DO DOLBY STEREO Prints by DE LUXE Distributed by BUENA VISTA DISTRIDUTION CO., INC. 91986 The Walt Disney Company ONE-SHEET NSS 860067 <p><a href="https://wannabeanimator.tumblr.com/post/123038221174/disneys-the-great-mouse-detective-was-first" class="tumblr_blog">wannabeanimator</a>:</p><blockquote> <p>Disney’s <b>The Great Mouse Detective</b> was first released on July 2, 1986.</p> <blockquote><p>It was ultimately Vice President of Walt Disney Feature Animation Peter Schneider who made the decision to change the title of the film from “Basil of Baker Street” to its current title. On February 13, 1986, an inter-office memo was sent out to Disney employees in Schneider’s name announcing the renaming of the studio’s most beloved classics. Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937) would be called “Seven Little Men Help A Girl”, Fantasia (1940) received the title “Color And Music”, The Jungle Book (1967) was getting its title changed to “A Boy, A Bear And A Big Black Cat” and so on in that fashion. Schneider was furious over the memo and attempted to find the author (animator Ed Gombert) so he could fire them. All the other employees found it a harmless joke and kept quiet. A copy of the memo eventually landed in the pages of the LA Times and all the “new” names were incorporated into the “What’s In A Name?” category on Jeopardy! (1984). (<a href="http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0091149/trivia">x</a>)</p></blockquote> </blockquote> <p>This one was one of those classic childhood memories that had some pretty not kid-friendly stuff when you think about it. There was a barfight, a roofie, and a literal strip show in this film 😂</p>

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