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Cross Curricular Ideas: Heteronormativity, Stereotypes and Myths

“These ideas could form the basis of lessons in Geography, Citizenship, Sociology, Science, [History] ICT or Media Studies – or be used as the basis for drama exercises. Hopefully these suggestions, and the others in this resource, will also inspire you to devise more lessons of your own.” This  was part of the Terrance Higgin’s […]

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Charter for Action to stamp out LGBT discrimination in sport

The present government is very keen to eradicate homophobic and transphobic bullying in schools. To that end they have created: Charter for Action to stamp out LGBT discrimination in sport The Charter has four points: We believe that everyone should be able to participate in and enjoy sport – whoever they are and whatever their […]

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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 (more…)

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BBC Article on London’s LGBT Communities

Taken from the BBC website “It’s impossible to say exactly what percentage of London’s population is gay or lesbian. A rough estimate made by the Gay to Z website on how many gay people live in London put the figure at approximately 5%, or 400,000 people in the Capital. If we look at the number […]

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Rainbow Reading: Children’s books with lesbian and gay characters

Includes details of And Tango Makes Three and King & King & Family, books upon which two of our Schools OUT lessons is based.

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