I hope it comes to a point where there isn’t this emphasis on being inclusive, because it’s ingrained in us. There is this idea that heteronormative cisgender people are the norm, that’s where the term ‘heteronormative’ comes from. But there will be a day where that phrase is gone, because everyone is ‘normal.’ That’s kind of beautiful.
It’s a big goal. But I think that is, I think that is the future that I hope for not only with sex education with, with everything, I hope that we don’t have to have you know, a marginalised gendered officer or somebody who has to ensure that LGBTQ plus people are represented, I would love for it to just be part of society to be ingrained in who we are.
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