Tag Archives: Gender nonconformity

Ignorance kills

So. It wasn’t newsworthy that a 15 year old boy who had been the target of relentless bullying and threats because he was “feminine” was publicly executed by a classmate – nor did the slaying of another “too feminine” teenager, … Continue reading

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‘This is why we need a GSA’

When bullies tear down notices for meetings of one Wisconsin school’s Gay-Straight Alliance, they find a message underneath just for them: “Stop! THIS is why we need a GSA.” A 2003 National School Climate Survey performed by the Gay, Lesbian … Continue reading

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What’s left of decent conservativism

Well, what can one say, other than thank our lucky stars for Andrew Sullivan? This seems all too applicable to our own local “not anti-gay” folks. It was just a joke, people (so spake the talking heads on Hannity), a … Continue reading

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‘I’m more than a pronoun’

Richmond Times-Dispatch June 5, 2005 By Robin Farmer Sexuality today: An occasional series on sexual attitudes among the young The day before her high school graduation, Laurie Petrone took clippers to the curtain of blond hair hanging halfway down her … Continue reading

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