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Wikipedia Timeline of LGBT History

www.en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Timeline_of_LGBT_history This is a timeline of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) related history, starting from around the 10th millennium BC to present day.Contains dates many homophobic laws were made/repealed in various countries. From Key Stage 4 for students to navigate. Bits can be selected for use at lower key stages. Some use for all [...]

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Gay History and Literature: Essays

Gay History and Literature: Essays by Rictor Norton “[This website] contains numerous articles that I’ve written over many years, as well as a large selection of primary documents, plus bibliographies and useful links to other websites on LGBTQ history. It also contains some of my writing on non-gay eighteenth-century history and literature.”   Rictor Norto, author.

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Union Endorsements for The Classroom

“The NASUWT has a clear and unequivocal commitment not only to tackle homophobia and homophobic bullying in schools, but to support our members in their work as professionals as they help build an inclusive and cohesive society which understands and respects diversity. This website and the resources embedded within it make a significant and valuable [...]

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Archive of LGBT History in New York

Connecting you with the LGBT collections, programs, and expertise that The New York Public Library has to offer. LGBT@NYPL has been created to connect Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender communities with the exciting resources, services, and expertise that The New York Public Library has to offer. The Library has archives of international importance; exciting programs [...]

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BBC – Advice – Am I Gay?

BBC – Advice – Am I Gay?

It’s thought that one in every 10 people is gay. But knowing whether you are or not isn’t always simple to work out. For any of you who are feeling sexually confused, help is at hand… Am I Gay? from the BBC Radio 1- Advice website

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