Blog posts tagged with "Lgbtqi Youth"


Counteracting Bullying and Mistreatment of LGBTQI Identified Youth

January 22 2018

LGBTQ-identified youth are more likely to experience bullying, teasing, harassment, physical assault, and rejection than their non-LGBTQ-identified peers. What can we do, as a strong parent advocate, to create a climate of safety and joy in schools? To create a true home away from home for ALL students?


An Intrapersonal Narrative of LGBTQ+

March 21 2017

The truth is that LGBTQ+ folks still suffer a myriad of struggles on a daily basis. If we cannot change the world around us to be more accepting overnight, then how do we cope and/or strengthen our internal selves to take on the day-to-day struggles?

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