Context: Blue Eye / Brown Eye is an experiment first performed in the USA by Jane Elliot in 1968. The experiment was performed by Elliot on the day after Martin Luther King, Jr. was assassinated, to demonstrate what prejudice was to her third grade class. This activity enables pupils to experience, first hand, what prejudice […]
Andy Conner is a Birmingham-based poet and teacher. His work has featured in a range of publications and he has one anthology, ‘Red’ (Dynamic Press), published. A second collection is being prepared for publication. He is also the author of ‘Once’ (Dynamic Press), a teen fiction novel. Andy has a long track record as a […]
Gender variance (see also Keywords) is a difference between a person’s assigned sex and their perceived gender; also sometimes known as: gender identity disorder gender in-congruence transgenderism gender dysphoria How do we show support? A person with gender variance may: experience anxiety, uncertainty and persistently uncomfortable feelings about the gender that they are expected to […]
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