Finding your information. Hey there, time traveller! The famous Gay Sweater, spun from the hair of gay and transgender people, made a stop in Winnipeg Nov.
Kathryn Lyons-James Trepanier April 12, It will likely raise some eyebrows and start some interesting conversations when displayed by the Canadian Museum of History. The Gay Sweater is also a great example of how the Canadian History Hall will be presenting ongoing Canadian stories and experiences.
Through workshops, presentations and other outreach, the CCGSD directly reaches hundreds of thousands of young people each year, engaging them in a valuable dialogue about diversity. Everywhere, from the mainstream media to the classroom to the workplace, homophopia leads to painful forms of discrimination. At its mildest, this discrimination can leave LGBT people feeling like outsiders.
To help combat prejudice, the sweater will now travel to schools, businesses and museums across Canada. The ONLY time you can say something is "so gay. Point of pride: 'Gay' sweater takes aim at homophobic language.
All rights reserved. Ever heard someone try to disparage something by calling it gay? Well, the Gay Sweater Initiative is demonstrating the absolute absurdity of the insult by making "the world's first and only gay object.
Have you ever been talking to a friend who's said something a bit stupid, and quipped, "shut up, you're so gay! Yep, most of us unfortunately have. But have we ever really stopped to think how this might make someone who is actually gay, feel?
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