Monthly Archives: December 2011

“One teacher’s approach to preventing gender bullying in a classroom”

Check out this article written by a teacher about addressing gender diversity with children in elementary schools.  I like it because it highlights the need to explore ideas about gender with children early on in their education, and because it provides … Continue reading

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Christie Blatchford: Toronto, City of Sissies

In a recent article published in The National Post writer Christie Blatchford declared Toronto a “City of Sissies” claiming that men in Toronto need “some toughening up”. http://fullcomment.nationalpost.com/2011/12/10/christie-blatchford-toronto-city-of-sissies/ This article is so disturbing it is hard to know where to … Continue reading

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World AIDS Day

Today, December 1st, is World AIDS Day. Why HIV/AIDS is a LGBTQ issue: HIV/AIDS and the LGBTQ community have a long history of association.  When HIV/AIDS was first coming into public awareness in the early 1980s, it was known as … Continue reading

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