Monthly Archives: October 2010

ABC 7: Ending gay bullying

An insight into homophobic bullying from a local teen: Advertisements

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Friends in Federal Places

Greetings, I’m happy to write about some great news from the federal level! The Department of Education is issuing the following warning to schools: tolerating or failing to adequately address ethnic, sexual, or gender-based harassment is a potential violation of … Continue reading

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Framing the Argument: “Catching Gay” and the Gay Agenda in Schools

“Where ignorance reigns, life is lost” –Zack de la Rocha, from the song “Township Rebellion” by Rage Against the Machine There are plenty of people and groups opposed to policies that protect GLBT students, these groups say we’re “pushing a … Continue reading

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Introduction and a Call to Arms

Greetings. Allow myself to introduce…myself, my name is David Rothman,  I’m a straight ally, and I’m an intern here at DC Metro PFLAG. I was placed here by the Master of Social Work program at George Mason University for my … Continue reading

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Welcome to Metro DC PFLAG’s Official Blog!

Hello there and welcome to the official blog of Metro DC PFLAG. Check here for the latest news, events, actions, and general happenings of our chapter and the greater GLBTQ community. -David Rothman, the new Metro DC PFLAG Intern

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