Monthly Archives: March 2012

Glitter-Bombing: Tactical Frivolity or a Frivolous Tactic?

The first time I remember glitter being used as an educational tool, I was in elementary school.  All of the first through third graders were gathered in the auditorium.  At the front of the room, an adult shouted for everyone … Continue reading

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A Message to the First Responders in Gay Kids’ Lives

Why We Need to Ditch the Politics of Blame and Move Toward Sharing Responsibility for the Loss of Tyler Clementi By Mary Gray Tyler Clementi’s death on 22 September 2010 was one of several highly publicized youth suicides that fall. … Continue reading

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