Jiyu Gakuen Interview to an LGBT | Interview to an Ally
We interviewed Takano-san of Liberty Gakuen school teacher and LGBT parties.
Introduction of interview· Name: Shintaro Takano
· Born in Saitama Prefecture in 1991
· After graduating from the Faculty of Education at Waseda University, completing a master's course at the graduate school
· Currently working as a teacher at a school corporation free school in Higashi Kurume City, Tokyo,
He is also an advisor to the LGBT Study Group "Study Group of Freedom to Think about Selfness of Sex" by volunteer students.
· Saitama Prefecture Kawagoe City Social Welfare Council Child Welfare Special Committee Member.
- Assistant to Waseda University Higher Education Information Intelligence Associate, Steering Committee of International Career Education Society (IAEVG) Research Conference etc.
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Interview to an LGBTFor convenience of personal information, any information is not posted
Q1. When have you noticed that you are an LGBT? What made you noticed it?
A1. In my childhood, I thought that I liked it.
Q2.How long did it take to be accepted?
A2. It did not take long to admit myself.
It seems that somehow I was noticed even from the surroundings.
Q3.Have you been glad or sad about LGBT?
A3. Until high school I thought about revealing my sexual orientation, but at our high school our current members of the meeting gathered
I was glad that I seriously thought about the way of living called LGBT.
It seemed like it is okay with my way of living, and it might be possible to change society from our own perspective
I think that hope is visible in the future.
Q4. Did you come out? When did you do?
A4. Coming out to a friend was when I was a junior high school student, when I was a high school student to my family.
Q5.Is there anything troubling you about living?
A5. There are specific lives, such as toilets and baths, but there were times when I felt "difficult to live" which is unfathomable.
Q6. How were you during your school days?
A6. I was middle school student or high school student as usual.
Q7. What if you do not know your gender in the gender field?
A7. In my case, since sexual recognition does not shake, I have never encountered such problems.
Q8. Are there any confusion when people around you are love banner?
A8. In the past, I was replacing a heterosexual topic with the same sex and listening to the story, but now I am talking naturally without thinking particularly specially.
Q9. What do you think about talent who likes same sex in the media etc?
A9. Populationally it is normal to exist at a certain percentage, so I do not think it is special.
Q10. Is it hard to be distinguished from "LGBT" etc?
A10. Although such names are sometimes used for labeling, names are also necessary when discussing.
As for the name problem, Mr. Takano has a problem to talk with the word "impossible and inevitable setting of boundary line".
Drawing is impossible as the boundary line between problems such as 'justice and evil' and what is human is arbitrary in the first place.
However, in order to run a society, since drawing is absolutely necessary, we are doing something unreasonable in the first place.
In that case, it is argued that if possible, it is a line (name) that many people can convince, but In that sense, I think that LGBT is a somewhat legitimate name.
Q11. Have you met a person with similar circumstances?
A11. I have made many interviews with the parties as an activity of the meeting.
Q12. Do you have anything you would like to tell people who are suffering from LGBT, or want to tell others?
A12. I want to tell you that we can be like you, we have a society like us.
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