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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Britrany Wiafe on Thursday August 11, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to CHEM 101 at University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill taught by Staff in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 2 views.


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Date Created: 08/11/16
How to Be an Ally TO THE LGBTQ Community What is an ally? Someone who is supportive of the LGBTQ community and advocates for equality and acceptance of all people. Anyone can be an ally, regardless of their sexual orientation or gender identity. Who’s part of the LGBTQ community? This community includes lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and spectrum.The definition of this community is ever evolving.You don’t have to fully understand the changing definitions, but as an ally, be open to learning. Get started by reviewing some common terms: Why are allies important? bullying, and discrimination.espread harassment, @#$! 65% heard homophobicremarks like“fag”or“dyke” frequently or often Lesbian,gay,andbisexual teens are 4timesmore likely, 3times more likely, to attempt 40% suicide as their straight peers. of teens who homelessness L G B each year identifyas Q LGBTQ. S Everyone Can Be an Ally they fear harassment, rejection, and isolation. Being an ally can make a difference. Allies are some of the most effective and powerful voices of the LGBTQ movement. Whether you’re just learning about LGBTQ issue and want to learn more, or you are a recognized advocate in your school, your actions and words as an ally are meaningful and important. http://wstraight 3 WAYS You Can Be an Ally 1 Be mindful of language “they”instead of“him”or“her”when you These wordsomeone”or don’t imply gender or sexual orientation and can apply to any relationship. What’s a 2 Create safe spaces GSA Create safe and welcoming places for LGBTQ frien?s and teammates. Join your school’s Gay Student Associatiwhichprovidesa school lacks mates on and off the field. And speak up when people use offensive language around Don’t let your friends be bullied! meet,support Listen and provide support worktoimprove 3 Be open minded and confront your own prejudices. Avoid stereotyping people, and take the time to get to know people in the LBGTQ Use social media to show support and participate in inclusion campaigns. #gotyourback Resources TheStraightAllySpectrum GLAAD GLSEN HRC PFLAG HumanRightsCampaign AmericanPsychologicalAssociationLGBTYouthResources Advocates forYouth


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