July 29, 2012
Teacher Tips: queer and trans* people have a long and interesting history, insist that our lessons and our textbooks reflect that. We really care, and we really deserve it.

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    Teacher Tips: queer and trans* people have a long and interesting history, insist that our lessons and our textbooks...
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    That’s a great question and I admit it’s a failing that I can’t think of anything off the top of my head, me and my...
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    Some Fiction Reading worth integrating into curriculum: Luna - Julie Ann Peters Kissing Kate - Lauren Myracle Keesha’s...