40% of homeless youth are LGBTQ, a highly disproportionate number. When systematic oppression and homophobia directly result in the homelessness of LGBTQ youth, it’s time to wake up to the realities and stop assigning blame elsewhere.
Since the early 1990s, young people have increasingly been coming out or identifying as lesbian, gay, and bisexual, and more recently as transgender, during adolescence.
Oh, so this is the Queer Agenda everyone keeps talking about! In this talk, Madeline English explores the ways in which queer people connect to history and why expanding social studies curriculum is necessary in a world that is constantly trying to erase queer impacts.
The lives of LGBT elders can be seen through the prism of seven spiritual themes rooted in a person’s search for meaning and purpose in life, as well as in their relationships with other people, causes, and deeply held affinities.