Resisting “Anti-Gender Ideology”

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Resources on “Anti-Gender Ideology”

LGBTI / Faith Focused Resources






  • Gender Ideology: Tracking its Origins and Meanings in Current Gender Politics (Sonia Correa for CREA, 2019) [16:07 minutes]
  • Youtube miniseries: #PreguntasDivinas – religious people asking God questions around LGBT over the chat in facebook, Spanish language. (Sentiido, 2018)
  • Documentary: Destabilising Hetero & Cis-normativity in Africa (AIDS Accountability International, 2018)
  • Documentary: Género bajo ataque / Gender under attack – Language: Spanish and Portuguese language, English subtitles, 70 minutes. (Jerónimo Centurión, 2018)Gender Under Attack: Latin America is being threatened by activists and organizations opposed to the recognition of sexual and reproductive rights, which act to limit and reduce any progress in the field of freedom to decide, fulfilling a political agenda that weakens freedoms, as well as the exercise of a healthy, pleasant and responsible sexuality. “Gender” explores this plot in progress in countries such as Peru, Colombia, Costa Rica and Brazil. Four countries where the political conjuncture, electoral processes, changes in educational content and even the referendum for peace have been the scenarios for these conservative movements to impose hatred of hatred, discrimination, with fallacious arguments, lacking all evidence and sowing fear and distrust. This documentary seeks to alert and inform public opinion that our fundamental rights are at risk and that we must be ready to defend them. [Film Website/Spanish Language]

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