Ending the straight world order: Mads Ananda Lodahl at TEDxCopenhagen





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Published on Oct 4, 2013

There is a 90% risk that you will get in trouble with the straight world order at some point in your life. It is a system that puts masculinity, traditional gender roles and men at the top of the chart, and not only homosexuals, bisexuals and trans*people are at risk. If we can find ways to end or weaken the straight world order we would all have something to win. But of course some would have more to win than others.
Mads Ananda Lodahl has spend the last 10 years writing articles and books and giving lectures at schools, universities and festivals with the purpose of destroying what he calls the straight world order, and making life easier for everyone in conflict with it.
He is going to continue doing this.

Read more here: http://www.almindelig.com

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