Ladlad and Parrhesiastic Pedagogy: Unfurling LGBT Politics and Education in the Global South

@article{Coloma2013LadladAP,
  title={Ladlad and Parrhesiastic Pedagogy: Unfurling LGBT Politics and Education in the Global South},
  author={Roland Sintos Coloma},
  journal={Curriculum Inquiry},
  year={2013},
  volume={43},
  pages={483-511}
}
  • R. Coloma
  • Published 2013
  • Sociology
  • Curriculum Inquiry
AbstractThis article examines the political and educational activism of Ladlad, the first lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) political party in the Philippines and the only existing LGBT political party in the world. Founded in 2003, Ladlad fielded candidates for the 2010 national election in the Philippines, amidst seemingly insurmountable institutional and societal barriers. Audaciously visionary and fiercely resilient, Ladlad’s leaders enacted what can be called “parrhesiastic… Expand
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