By Matthew Lavietes. The unidentified woman wanted to address the crowd inside the Greenwich Village gay bar where patrons fought back against police harassment 50 years ago, birthing the LGBTQ movement. She arrived unannounced and disrupted a drag show, drawing an unfriendly response at first. The crowd eventually warmed and she was given the microphone and spoke for 12 minutes. Facts about them. Their obituaries.
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By Andy Coghlan. Some physical attributes of the homosexual brain resemble those found in the opposite sex. Brain scans have provided the most compelling evidence yet that being gay or straight is a biologically fixed trait. The scans reveal that in gay people, key structures of the brain governing emotion, mood, anxiety and aggressiveness resemble those in straight people of the opposite sex.
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A cisgender person sometimes cissexual , informally abbreviated cis is a person whose gender identity matches their sex assigned at birth. The word cisgender is the antonym of transgender. Related terms include cissexism and cisnormativity. German sexologist Volkmar Sigusch used the neologism cissexual zissexuell in German in a peer-reviewed publication. In his essay "The Neosexual Revolution", he cites his two-part article "Die Transsexuellen und unser nosomorpher Blick" "Transsexuals and our nosomorphic view" as the origin of the term.
For example, the brains of straight men and of gay women share certain common features: both are slightly asymmetric, with the right hemisphere larger than the left, say the Swedish researchers. Similar trends emerged when scientists tracked connectivity in the amygdala, the region of the brain involved in emotional learning and in activating the fight-or-flight response. They noted strong similarities between gay men and straight women, and lesbians and straight men.