The Global Assembly on Everyday Life, Gender, and Sexuality

Leilani Apostol-Nicodemus, Erica Gabrielle delos Reyes, Chatlette Karl Moral

Abstract


The Global Assembly on Everyday Life, Gender, and Sexuality (GAELGS) gathered people from different walks of life around the globe who worked to advance gender and sexuality in several ways – film, research, educational programs, and services. The content organization was purposeful in creating a safe space for exchanging ideas and practices. The submission of materials for the conference, such as documentaries and short films, is more than research papers that reflect the desire of people to normalize sexuality as part of daily life more than a unique topic of intellectual discourse. However, the need to test practices and models to promote social change must be fostered by continuously offering safe venues for sharing and discussions, like GAELGS.


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Print ISSN: 2704-3517; Online ISSN: 2738-042X