Disturbing Hegemonic Discourse: Nonbinary Gender and Sexual Orientation Labeling on Tumblr7

Disturbing Hegemonic Discourse: Nonbinary Gender and Sexual Orientation Labeling on Tumblr7

Cameron and Kulick (2003) come up with “default heteronormativity, ” and this kind of default additionally generally seems to provide it self within the LGBTQIA community on Tumblr. After all this in 2 methods: First, the “default” for the LGBTQIA community is the LGB (or, arguably, the LG) percentage of the city. That is, within the LGBTQIA community, lesbian, gay, and bisexual would be the “default” sexualities, with labeling away from those being the “deviant” labeling inside the community. Also, there clearly was the more conventional hegemonic default gender binary in as cisfemale or cismale (see Table 4, which shows the prefix “cis” is used by only three bloggers to describe their gender) that it is highly unlikely for LGBTQIA bloggers to identify themselves. Read More