It’s Pronounced Metrosexual is a comedy show and online resource about snap judgments, identity, and oppression. It’s a site where advocates of social justice can find helpful articles, fun graphics, and other resources designed to be shared in an effort to advance social equity. The show is performed by Sam Killermann, who is the Director of Creativity for hues.Second editions are better than first editions, right? I just published A Guide to Gender (2nd Edition): The Social Justice Advocate’s Handbook, which is like this site, but in book form. It’s all about the “what” and the “why” of social/gender justice.
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About Sam Killermann
Sam Killermann is a multi-disciplinary artist who puts his gifts to work to achieve global justice as the Director of Creativity for hues (It's Pronounced Metrosexual is part of the hues global justice collective). His work (that he uncopyrighted in 2013) has been downloaded by hundreds of millions of people around the world who utilize it to bolster their educational and advocacy efforts toward equity.
Sam is the author of A Guide to Gender, which is an exploration of gender from a social justice perspective, with humor and comics sprinkled in. He gave a well-received TEDxTalk that has over 200,000 views called “Understanding the Complexities of Gender”. In 2014, Sam designed an all-gender restroom sign that he gifted to the commons, which is now being implemented on three continents
Outside of his key initiatives, Sam is a frequent keynote speaker, serves on the Board of Directors for Healthy Teen Network, is the co-creator of TheSafeZoneProject.com, is the comedy half of S.E.X., head elf at Socially Just Cards, and is always dreaming up new social good projects. When he’s not on the road, he likes to spend at least a few hours a day bicycling around sunny Austin, TX, where he counts himself lucky to live.