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Transcript: High Impact Impact of Pop Culture on Society's Understanding of what it means to be Queer in the 21st Century Interactive Activity History 1930 1980 1950 1920 1970 1990 Music Movies Television Movies TV becomes mainstream no representation Movies queer characters as villains - Caged (1950) queer-coding sissy trope Hays Code ruled unconstitutional homosexuality as a source of humor - The Florida Enchantment (1914) - Wanderer of the Ranch (1927) freedom of expression lesbian prison guard in Caged Hays Code Morocco (1930) Queen Christina (1934) Music Wings (1927) 19th century jazz musicians - Tony Jackson - Bessie Smith - Ma Rainey - Lucille Bogan Bessie Smith, nicknamed the "Empress of Blues" queer artists in other genres Esquerita (rock) Billy Tipton (jazz) Charlie and Ray (R&B) Charlie and Ray Marlene Dietrich in Morocco Esquerita TV 1971: All in the Family 1977: Soap, The Jeffersons Movies Gay characters begin to acquire more depth and self-awareness Music Music TV disco culture sexual liberation movement Elton John, Queen, David Bowie, Grace Jones increased exposure to gender-bending and cross dressing Erasure, Frankie Goes to Hollywood, Pet Shop Boys, Culture Club, etc. Billy Crystal as Jodie Dallas in Soap representation picks up speed Tales of the City, Ellen, Will & Grace Music rise in pro-LGBT legislation more artists condemning homophobia Placebo, Alcazar, Mana "queercore" punk bands - Pansy Division - Tribe 8 Grace Jones Culture Club Tribe 8 performing Ellen DeGeneres coming out on her sitcom in 1997 Modern Representation Consumption: The average american watches more than 4 hours of TV a day Representation: Characters that identify as queer and are portraying queerness Tokenization: Taking one individuals experience and applying it to every member of that group Present Good Representation - natural lgbtq relationship -part of the story/not a big dramatic moment -humane/lgbtq character has an actual life outside of being queer -relationship is explicitly intimate Representation + Consequences No Representation -movie production doesnt include lgbtq stories at all Bad Representation - perpetuates tropes - only point of character is their queerness -character dies off -Queer Baiting -having characters that are straight but have "gay moments" that are never explored or strung out beyond the moment Movies+TV Pose Sassy Black Trans Woman The Circle Token Gay Man/Best-friend Moonlight Euphoria Queer Music Icons KEHLANI - everything in her life is projected and analyzed -heavily sexualized -token/example/role model Music LIL NAS X - heavily scrutinized -becomes his identity and selling point Consumption + Creation Social Media Consumption - Daily representation of "queerness" -Hey mamas -masculine lesbians -perpetuating steryotypes Creation - "and I can't change" trend -but when she loves me trend -we get to create the narriative Greater Impact Personal Impact Idolization encourages the presence of LGBTQIA role models Reflects acceptance and tolerance in our own lives Guiding forces Statistical improvements in acceptance towards queerness Potential to reinforce harmful stereotypes about what queerness looks like Importance of representation Impact Demonstrates how non-queer folks can act as a support system Yet, according to some, this normalizes an unnatural and risky lifestyle Impact Allies on society's understanding of what it means to be queer in the 21st Century Questions & Reflection journal, draw, mind-map & be prepared to share some ideas Questions & Reflection Self Society What is pop culture's role/responsibility in representing the LGBTQ+ community? Has pop culture contributed to a negative or positive societal view of the LGBTQ+ community? Has pop culture influenced your relationship and or understanding of your own sexuality? If so, in what way? Do you feel your own sexuality is and has been accurately depicted in pop culture? How or how not?

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Transcript: Matthew 3:2 - John the Baptist Matthew 4:17 - Jesus Acts 2:38 - Peter It's about changing our minds... thinking differently about how we are living based on what God is saying. We are going to look at Scripture--and how God asks us to live, and compare it to some faulty assumptions we have about serving. What are some faulty ways we think about serving in the church? Big WE -- little they "Thank you" for "helping us" Use 'em and lose 'em Lawnmower mentality We serve Jesus together God-driven vision 5-step process Effectiveness is measured in 2 Kingdom goals Biblical Principles BUGGSPRAYER Leadership experiences burnout--they're doing all the work! Inflated sense of self-importance Lots of negative feedback--not a lot of positive feedback Miss out on the joy of seeing Jesus work in the lives of others. There is no benefit to the ministry Restoring a biblical model of volunteer ministry and experiencing organization-wide powerful ministry effectiveness. How do people perceive volunteers? Why are you here? How do people perceive volunteers? HIGH IMPACT PRINCIPLES $1.25 Friday, July 1, 2016 Feel Good Approach What is High Impact? Let's Build something together! So how about prayer? It's easier for me to just do it myself You can do it/have it all The customer is king. Give the customer what they want I'm just a volunteer--this isn't my job! I don't want any responsibility, but if you need something done, I can help. Results are the best indicator of success. If I want it done right, it's better if I do it myself. "In light of God's mercy" Feel Good Another faulty way of ministry Vol XCIII, No. 311 Only the "Pros" do the ministry Team Members observe Reinforces passive Christianity helper approach No benefit to Volunteers Another faulty way of doing ministry The Three Approaches to Ministry "We can't push too hard or they'll leave!" "It would be better to have someone on the team doing something than no one doing anything." Volunteer benefit is high because they are let loose--but is that the best? No direction or purposeful growth! Dilutes the vision of the ministry little we--BIG THEY Volunteers are the first customer! Volunteers "feel good" Vision of OCC is diluted There aren't any volunteers! No one wants to serve. Everyone wants the benefits with none of the responsibility. They don't experience the joy of being used by God and experiencing the power and faithfulness of Jesus! A lot of benefit to the ministry Every Ministry has an approach to how people serve. Why is it important to look at the different models? It's about "metanoeo"--we have to be willing to look at the ways we do ministry in light of what Scripture says. Are we living out our calling to the fullest potential? If now--we want to be aware, and we want to be able to change our minds! The Three Approaches to Ministry One faulty way to do ministry As leaders, naturally our minds, and the minds of those we are leading will go to these places. It's our job to constantly bring them back to God's plan! High Impact Model Biblical- Every principle is derived from Scripture Urgent- Time is short and we have a lot to accomplish for the Kingdom Gospel- It's all about Jesus and the power of the Gospel to change lives Grace- It's not about performance; properly motivated volunteers are motivated by God's grace Simple- Must be simple to be understood Spirit- Power of the Holy Spirit must be in everything we do Prayer Some Faulty ways of thinking: Discovering the Heart of High Impact The High Impact Model Leaders believe that we have to keep the volunteers "happy" "Metanoeo" Spiritual Warfare 1. A volunteer is a child of God 2. Financial versus HUMAN stewardship 3. Transformed Value 4. Sacred Keys 5. Select fewer more productive volunteers 6. Serving is a privilege 7. Volunteers are capable partners 8. Multiplication 9. Purposeful growth Spectator Approach The Helper Approach Leaders recognize the need for volunteers--but the volunteer becomes a "means to an end" Workers "help" us out--and leaders become "program managers" Work towards "out there" goals; no development of volunteers and "in-here" goals Volunteers serve out of obligation, with no joy in the privilege of serving Restoring High Impact begins with the heart Biblical Every principle is derived from the Word of God Volunteer = servant latreuo -priestly service, offerings Matthew 10:4, Rom 12:1, Rom 9:4, diakonos -servant, minister, office of deacon, I Tim 3: 10-13) Doulos – bond servant Exodus 21:5 – 6, Phil 2:7 Nadab – free will offering, 1 Chron. 29:9 Effectiveness: reaching the out-there, in-here goals High Impact The Spectator Approach Building can be frustrating… God is always building temples Temporary tabernacle by Moses (Exodus 25-40) Solomon’s temple (1Kings 5-8; 1 Chr 21-22, 28-29) Zerubbabel rebuilding the temple (Ezra 3-6) Living Stones (1 Peter 2:4-9) God invites us to experience His presence (in-here goals) and His power (out-there goals). Building Temples

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