Thinking Out Loud
This is not working out the way I planned. Reading a medical journals list of titles…
Nonconforming Gender Expression and Mental Distress and Substance Use Among High School Students — JAMA Pediatrics, CLINICAL REVIEW & EDUCATION
Crossdressing Sissy’s Distress and Dope Use
Correctness set aside…. Aren’t I supporting at slams intended. to be hurtful, divisive.
Is there a place for political Incorrectness?
…audience and the forum for discussion… Factor fashion, money, and class.
Wanting clicks on a blog post my recasting has merit. How many clicks does the word sissy get by itself? How much hurt generated based on gender, human, and LGBT1 concerns?
We can get into we are responsible for our feelings. We can run off in other directions. But that is not today’s story.
I should retitle this post Crossdressing Sissy’s Distress and Dope Use My working title is bland Saying What You Mean.
But I fear reactions to my words Crossdressing Sissy— Ire, angst, judgement support. I it simple name calling to be avoided. Name calling to rally the mob. Or to grab attention and then helping us see differently.
Provocative titles are a way of life.
Why Do Vegans Die Young?
Why Do Vegans Smell So Bad
4 Reasons Why Becoming A Vegetarian Is A Fucking Stupid Idea
Your Meat Addiction Is Destroying The Planet
Hard Times For High School Sissy Boys And Girls — A Study
Funny? Attention Grabbing with a aw shucks I didn’t mean it … really. A rallying cry for change, acceptance, or attack.
I’ve run in circles with this post. I read between my lines. Still not there but closer. I ended up looking elsewhere for guidance
Title functions? Writing for my blog I want my titles to be compelling, attention grabbing, sometimes entertaining, and accurate. … seek balance.
Forging good titles in academic writing, Published March 20, 2015 by Shane Bryson. Updated: March 27, 2017
The title is the first thing your reader will see, and most readers will make their first judgements of your work based on it. For this reason, it’s important to think about your titles carefully.
The most basic things to remember are that your title should be informative, striking, and appropriate. This article briefly discusses these titular qualities, turns to some title templates and examples, and then offers some tips and common title-pitfalls.
- LGBT, or GLBT, is an initialism that stands for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender. In use since the 1990s, the term is an adaptation of the initialism LGB, which was used to replace the term gay in reference to the LGBT community beginning in the mid-to-late 1980s.1 Activists believed that the term gay community did not accurately represent all those to whom it referred.
From WikI ↩