In this episode of my podcast, I share the second part of my conversation with my friend Jenelle, a transgender woman who speaks about being herself, being a member of the LGBTQ+ community, and the political climate in Florida.
In this podcast, I continue talking with GSA sponsor Chantelle Hansen about being an ally to LGBTQ+ students, about transgender advocacy, and about how we need to always be aware that not everyone has the privilege that we are afforded as straight, cis-gender white women.
In this interview, I speak with Alex, a transgender male high school senior, Alex’s pansexual girlfriend Sienna, and Jasmine, a bisexual college student. In Part 1, we discuss their journey to discover their sexual identities, family dynamics, and we begin to explore the current school climate.
This post discusses my journey from art teacher to MSW student, and why I felt compelled to create this website and podcast dedicated to Creating Safe Schools for LGBTQ+ students – which creates safe schools for all students.
In this episode of Creating Safe Schools, I interview high school seniors Hailey and Taylor about organizing their school’s protest of Florida’s new bill, dubbed the “Don’t Say Gay” bill, HB 1557.
My first podcast episode, in which I list some actions allies can take to help make schools safer and more affirming.
Start Your GSA Off on the Right Foot It’s wonderful to have your GSA approved, your sponsor in place, and to begin planning your first meeting. GSAs can have different goals, and yours is probably defined in your mission statement. But all GSAs serve certain functions – creating a safe and welcoming space for students,Continue reading “10-Meeting Jump Start Curriculum”
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