More Conversations with Queer Young People: To Be Read Aloud

@inproceedings{Crowhurst2009MoreCW,
  title={More Conversations with Queer Young People: To Be Read Aloud},
  author={Michael Crowhurst},
  year={2009}
}
School settings are not always experienced as safe or welcoming places if you identify as a Queer Young Person. Making available the stories of Queer Young People, and asking people to read these aloud, is a very strategic way to generate change. This workbook aims to make a contribution to the expansion of this culture's acceptance and acknowledgment of sexual and gender diversity because the wellbeing of Queer Young People, of all young people, is always compromised in settings that are not… Expand
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